Wild Therapy Weekend Training Workshop
An ecopsychology workshop
for counsellors, psychotherapists and others
Allison Priestman, Stephen Tame
13th – 14th October 2018, The Hearthside Room, Bovey Tracey, Devon
For more information and to book: - contact Stephen: 01626 438 279
"My clients are human animals, interdependent with the plants, animals, soil, bacteria and other non-human beings around them. They yearn for connection with nature, they grieve the loss of other-than-human life."
Take the chance to experience and include the other-than-human in therapeutic work.
The world of psychotherapy, counselling and similar practices are waking up in new ways to the crucial connections and disconnections between clients and nature.
This weekend workshop offers you the opportunity to undomesticate your practice - to include the wild in your work, both indoors and outdoors, in your mind and in your body, and in the connection you offer to those you work with.
This is an opportunity to experience, learn, and gain confidence in working therapeutically
in partnership with the other-than-human.
It is also an ideal taster for the One Year Wild Therapy training, originally created by Nick Totton, author of 'Wild Therapy' and led in 2019 by Allison and Stephen.
N.B. This workshop is non-residential. Some accommodation is available by separate arrangement.
Allison Priestman , Jayne Johnson
Nov 10/11, 2018, £185, £160
Bristol , Fulcrum House
For further information and booking please contact Jayne
This 2 day non residential workshop will be running for the fourth time in as many years. This ever popular workshop was designed and created by Jayne Johnson & Allison Priestman as a way to bring body psychotherapy and shamanism into relationship.
In Bristol, this year, we will be offering a safe and supportive environment and inviting participants to embody and experience the wilder and more animal aspects within us all, though Shamanic journeying, body movement, creative art and relationship. Day 2 brings us into contact with trance and transference to experience how altered states can enhance our work and relationships.
This workshop is aimed at counsellors and psychotherapists who want to deepen their work in a more body orientated channel. It would also be suitable for bodywork practitioners, and anyone interested in shamanic practices.
The Meeting of Worlds. Exploring the ground of body psychotherapy and shamanism.
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