Working with Parents for Child-Centred Therapists - ONLINE
Bridging the gap between working with child-clients and supporting their parents
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This Course will support qualified child-centered therapists to develop their knowledge, skills and confidence when working with parents. Participants will be given the opportunity to learn new theoretical approaches, explore what might be influencing their response to parents, have the opportunity for role-play and develop practical techniques.
Each day provides participants with tools to support parents, to understand their role within the parent/therapist dyad and to know their responsibilities and limitations as child-trained professionals.
Participants will leave empowered to work with parents, offering a more effective approach - ultimately resulting in a more successful outcome for their child clients.
- To explore the parent/therapist dyad and understand the therapist’s responsibilities and limitations within this particular relationship
- To deepen the therapists own process and understand what might be influencing their response to parents within this relationship
- To develop a good understanding of recent theories and therapeutic models to support working with parents and to translate this knowledge into practicable skills
This 3-day training provides participants with 21 CPD points.
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