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Following on from our seminar Working One to One in Nature which we ran in November, this day workshop will give an opportunity to look at skills and practice of walk and talk therapy. We will explore the foundations of taking therapeutic practice outdoors, revisit some of the practical considerations, and look at different modes of working. There will be opportunities to practice methods and engage in small group discussion as well as space for sharing experience.
Topics covered will include:
This workshop is primarily for counsellors, support workers and others working one to one in outdoor contexts and assumes at least a basic level of counselling skills, but it is open to anyone with an interest in moving their work in this direction.
Date: January 30th10.00-4.00
Place: online by Zoom
Cost: £50 (carries 6hrs credit for students registered on Ten Directions training in ecotherapy)
Booking: email firstname.lastname@example.org
Caroline Brazier: is course leader of Ten Directions and author of Ecotherapy in Practice (Routledge 2017)
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