Sat, 27 Jun | Exeter EX1

Counselling, Psychotherapy, Ethics and the Law

An essential workshop for counsellors and psychotherapists wanting to understand the law underpinning our therapeutic practice.
Booking is Closed

Time & Location

27 Jun 2020, 10:00 – 17:00
Exeter EX1, 7 Barnfield Cresent, Exeter EX1 1QT, UK

About The Event

Training from Iron Mill College

This is an highly participative workshop, which explores key aspects of the law relating to therapeutic practice in England and Wales.  

The workshop will provide an overview of the law relating to therapy and examine how it relates to ethics, in the form of the BACP Ethical Framework. 

Workshop Content:  

  • The workshop unpicks the key aspects of working in a safe, effective and accountable way with clients, via discussion of a key legal case involving alleged therapist professional negligence.  
  • We explore issues relating to challenges to maintaining client confidentiality, and legal perspectives on managing risk, such as suicide, child abuse and harm to third parties.  
  • Legal aspects of access to client records by solicitors, the police and courts will also be covered.

Who should attend?

This workshop from Iron Mill College is open to anyone who is interested in the subject matter, wants to develop their skills and expand their knowledge. This workshop is particularly aimed at counsellors, psychotherapists and those in helping professions who work therapeutically with others.

Cost:

Standard Fee - £120.00

IMC Approved Practitioners Fee - £105.00

IMC Student / Graduate Offer - £90.00

Peter Jenkin’s workshops are very popular so early booking is advised. 

For more detailed information and booking head over to the Iron Mill College website

Booking is Closed

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