This seven module online course looks at resilience from two perspectives – that of ourselves as practitioners, and that of the clients we work with.
We’ll be drawing on evidence-based practices in looking at tools we can use ourselves and pass on to others.
It involves a series of seven 75 minute webinars on Thursdays starting at 8pm UK time, at fortnightly intervals from May 2nd 2019. All the webinars are recorded, making it easy to watch them if you miss the live event. The course also includes access to an online resource hosting the recorded webinars, plus additional videos, articles, downloadable handouts and a discussion forum.
The course is introduced by a free webinar at 8pm UK time, for an hour, on 18th April 2019. You can register for the free Resilience Practitioner Training for Counsellors and Psychotherapists at this link
The course and free webinars are led by two leading practitioners
Chris Johnstone is author of Seven Ways to Build Resilience. With a background in medicine and psychology, Chris worked as a group therapist in the UK National Health Service for many years. He now teaches resilience online at CollegeOfWellbeing.com
Jane Sanders is a psychotherapist, trainer and superviser who’s been teaching resilience skills for many years, leading resilience and wellbeing trainings for people working in high stress occupations with a particulat focus on mindfulness and ecotherapy.
If you book before April 25th 2019, you can benefit from an early booking discount price of £195 (approx US$248 or €217). After this date, the course costs £245 (approx US$312 or €272). We also offer an early-bird concessionary rate of £140 (approx US$178 or €156) for full time students and those on a low income if booked before 25th April, and £165 after this (approx $210 or €184). This is available on request (please contact us using this contact page).