Working with Shame
Time & Location
About The Event
Training from the Iron Mill College
A day long CPD training course which focusses on the origins of shame and how to work with the phenomenon relationally.
This CPD workshop will focus on:
- Exploring the nature of shame (definitions and symptoms)
- Differences between guilt and shame
- Sources of shame
- Models for thinking about shame
- Metaphors of shame
- Understanding our inner critic
- Creative exercise with relational debrief and processing
- Articulation of relational models for reflection and processing of shame
- Shame resistance techniques for the management of shame prior to processing it
Sue Parker-Hall is passionately committed to practising, researching and teaching philosophy and methods that recognise a real human relationship as the crucible and the vehicle for positive change.
She has over 20 years of practice working with a wide range of issues and diverse client groups and is author of ‘Anger, Rage and Relationship: An Empathic Approach to Anger Management’ (2008, Routledge).
Sue trains other counsellors and psychotherapists, nationally and internationally to work with these phenomena in an empathic, relational way.
Who should attend?
Iron Mill College's CPD workshops are 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.
For more information and booking head to HERE