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Working with Groups
(held over 3 days)
Lorna Marchant
7th, 14th & 28th September 2024

(9.30am to 1.30pm) 

What participants have said about the one day introductory course:

“I thoroughly enjoyed the Introduction to Groupwork course with Lorna.  It was stimulating, fascinating and enlightening.  Lorna managed to fit an incredible amount of information into one day and I would thoroughly recommend this course to anyone who has an interest in this type of work.”

If you are a counsellor or supervisor you have probably found yourself either running groups or being asked to run groups. Counsellors who work with children and young people, as well as counselling tutors, are often involved in running groups.

Working with groups, whether trainee counsellors, supervisees or support workers in an organisation can leave the facilitator feeling daunted and at times overwhelming.

With that in mind this three day training aims to give you greater confidence to work with groups and an opportunity to gain a greater understanding of the processes at work. 

On this course we will focus on psychoanalytic/psychodynamic group theory, initially working with case studies and later with others in the group.  We will continue to include experiential work in the sessions.

Lorna has been running groups for many years, she has studied group theory and written about groups professionally during this time and believes that now, as more counsellors are being required to run groups this will be a timely addition to your CPD portfolio.

Numbers are limited to 12 so please book soon.

Email our training site to book your space

The fee for the three day course is £120 and you will gain a CPD certificate at the end.


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