Organised by the Association of Core Process Psychotherapists
The Flourishing Therapist
Cultivating Resilience and Wellbeing
Friday April 3rd 2020 at Hazel Hill Wood
With Chris Johnstone & Jane Sanders
We are offering a day of support and space for reflection, in the beautiful setting of Hazel Hill Wood, a 70-acre woodland off-grid education centre near Salisbury, focusing on nourishing your own core resilience in the context of being a therapist.
• Time to review the ‘ecosystem’ of your working life
• Addressing the challenges of stress, increasing complexity and overload
• Tracking vicarious trauma & other contributors to therapist burnout
• Nature connectedness, Shinrin Yoku (forest bathing)
• An opportunity to make connections with colleagues.
Timing: 9.30am (for a 10am start) to 4pm
Our work together will be supported by log fires, time outside, delicious food and good company.
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 has been working as a psychotherapist for the last 30 years. After a foundation in psychodynamic counselling she went on to train in a mindfulness based approach.
As someone who has worked with therapists in training and supervised therapists for over 20 years, she is passionate about cultivating resilience and wellbeing – and has encorporated mindfulness and ecopsychology into this aspect of her work.
ACPP members earlybird (before Feb 3rd) £70 including lunch
After Feb 3rd: £80
If there is still space we will be open to non-ACPP members after Feb 3rd : £85
To book contact ACPP: firstname.lastname@example.org