Tue, 01 Dec|
Couples Therapy – a practical online masterclass
Every relationship has its ups and downs, but sometimes these become too difficult for a couple to manage on their own…
Time & Location
01 Dec 2020, 09:30 – 16:00
About The Event
Training from the Human Givens College
Live training delivered online – Attend Jennifer Broadley’s workshop live online via Zoom. The content covered will be the same as our attended workshop with a few modifications to some of the exercises, and you will have plenty of opportunities to ask questions. All you need is a quiet place to watch, a computer or tablet and a strong internet signal, the rest is easy – simply book your place as normal, and we will email you details of how to join the Zoom workshop.
NB The training will be recorded and made available for 2 weeks afterwards in case anyone has technical trouble during the day.
Human Givens are currently offering all new customers 20% Off all online courses - using GIFT20 discount code.
Why take this course
Relationship issues are one of the most common causes of emotional distress – and often the reason people seek help. A solid understanding of why difficulties arise, and what can be done about them, is extremely useful therefore for all caring professionals, not just those working with couples.
Drawing on pioneering research, Jennifer Broadley’s one-day couples counselling course gives you this important knowledge, along with a range of strategies and proven tips for working effectively and ethically with more than one client. She shares the practical guidelines and skills she has acquired over many years of successfully helping couples using the human givens approach to build and maintain supportive and mutually rewarding relationships.
Presented without psychobabble, and making good use of insightful case histories, Jennifer demystifies an area of counselling that many find daunting or fear is complicated.
The day covers: the most effective ways to help and build rapport with couples in conflicted relationships; the sex differences in processing emotions; non-blame talking styles; the long-term impact of parenting; past conditioning, including psychological traumas, that can give clues about why difficulties arose; and what we can learn from the way successful couples facilitate mutual needs satisfaction.
What will you learn
- Essential skills for building and maintaining rapport with two emotionally-aroused people
- Ways to encourage both partners to engage in solving their difficulties
- How to teach non-blaming communication skills and explain the differences in male and female behaviour to clients
- What to do if one or even both parties are having an affair
- How to deal with issues specific to couple counselling, such as confidentiality
- The key points you need to bear in mind when working with more than one client at a time
- How to structure effective therapy sessions and goal setting with two people
- Effective ways to help each partner begin to cooperate in helping the other get their emotional needs met
- The key ingredients for a healthy and mutually rewarding relationship
- An insight into the many common relationship problems – and how to help clients overcome them (illustrated with case histories)
- Tips and techniques for staying objective and empathetic, whilst calming your clients’ high emotional arousal
- How to recognise and interrupt disruptive behaviour patterns
- How to use Solution Focused Questioning to initiate change
- How to manage setbacks and keep the partners motivated
- How to tell when the relationship isn’t the problem – and what to do about it
- How to use Guided Imagery with two people
- Information regarding the latest research into effective couples therapy
- How early life experiences can influence our relationships, and what to do about this now
- Creative ways to develop effective interventions, including using tasks and metaphor
- Asperger’s syndrome – how to work with couples if one or both show Asperger traits, a common cause of relationship problems
- Considering the wider picture, including other family members
- Course notes, CPD Certificate and more…
Who is this course suitable for?
- Anyone working with couples or families, including psychotherapists, counsellors, social workers, psychologists, teachers, GPs, health visitors and those involved in mental health
- Anyone who is interested in learning solution focussed, brief therapy interventions, working with the human givens, to facilitate a rapid process of change for couples in distress.
- Anyone wanting to overcome their own insecurity in a relationship
For more information and booking head to the Human Givens site HERE