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When available please download the relevant CPD Course Brochure, complete and submit the Booking Form.

Booking requests should be sent to SCT Office location not the course venue; see Course Brochure for details

All courses are subject to our Booking and Course Terms and Conditions (post 25th May 2018) as shown in About Us. 

CPD Courses 2019 Season

28th September 2019 with Nick Luxmoore Young People, Identity, Bullying and Failure; £94 to include 3 course lunch and refreshments.

Closing Date for bookings, Monday 5th August.

Booking Form icon Young People, Identity, Bullying and Failure 28th September 2019

This event will take place at The Holiday Inn, Egerton Road, Guildford, GU2 7XZ as published within the course brochure - Please do not send your Booking Form to this address

Nick Luxmoore:

Nick’s career has included teaching English and Drama in schools and prisons, teaching counselling at Oxford Brookes University, running a youth centre and youth theatre, setting up and managing a young people’s counselling and information service, working as a school counsellor and as a counsellor with young refugees and asylum seekers.

He is the author of eleven books – Listening to Young People in School, Youth Work and Counselling (2000), Working with Anger and Young People (2006), Feeling like Crap: Young People and the Meaning of Self-Esteem (2008), Young People in Love and in Hate (2010), Young People and the Curse of Ordinariness (2011), Young People, Death and the Unfairness of Everything (2012), School Counsellors Working with Young People and Staff: A Whole-School Approach (2013); Essential Listening Skills for Busy School Staff: What to Say When You Don’t Know What to Say (2014), Horny and Hormonal: Young People, Sex and the Anxieties of Sexuality (2016), ‘Practical Supervision For Counsellors Who Work With Young People’ (2017), and his latest work, ‘The Art of Working with Anxious, Antagonistic Adolescents: Ways Forward for Frontline Professionals’ due out in April 2019

The workshop:

A workshop for professionals working with young people

It’s hard for young people to know what to think, what to feel and how to behave when they’re still trying to work out who they are.

Sometimes they get stuck with certain behaviours because the story they’re telling about themselves has also got stuck.

So how do we help them develop more flexible autobiographies?

How do we help them to think about themselves instead of just acting out their anxieties, sometimes disastrously, taking out their feelings on other people, including their feelings about failure and not being good enough?

This workshop will go on to explore bullying as something that’s likely to happen whenever people who are anxious.

Bullying happens between individuals but is also a group phenomenon.

We’ll explore the dynamics that create bullying behaviour in the first place and at strategies that make for more productive relationships between people.

The workshop will be theoretical as well as experiential and practical.

We’ll think about our own experiences as well as the experiences of the young people with whom we’re working.

We’ll practise and learn together.

The day will be of particular interest to professionals working with young people in education, health, social services, counselling and other contexts.

19th October 2019 with Christiane Sanderson - Sex and Sexuality in the Therapy Room£94 to include 3 course lunch and refreshments

Booking Form icon Sex and Sexuality in the Therapy Room. CPD with Christiane Sanderson 19th October 2019

This event will take place at The Holiday Inn, Egerton Road, Guildford, GU2 7XZ as published within the course brochure - Please do not send your Booking Form to this address

Christiane Sanderson BSc., MSc:

Christiane is a senior lecturer in Psychology at the University of Roehampton. With 30 years’ experience working with survivors of child sexual abuse, sexual violence, complex trauma and domestic abuse she has delivered consultancy, continuous professional development and professional training for parents, teachers, social workers, nurses, therapists, counsellors, solicitors, the NSPCC, the Catholic Safeguarding Advisory Committee, the Methodist Church, the Metropolitan Police Service, SOLACE, the Refugee Council, Birmingham City Council Youth Offending Team, and HMP & YOI Bronzefield, Ashford.

In her capacity as a sexual violence and child sexual abuse consultant she has contributed to news coverage on BBC TV and BBC Radio, and Sky News, as well as being featured  in a number of documentaries involving sexual violence, most recently Fred and Rose (West): The Untold Story  (Channel  5, 2014); ‘Hotel of Horrors’ (2014) and  The Cul-de-Sac Cult(2015) on the Crime and Investigation Network (Sky Channel 553).

The workshop will explore the meaning of sex in the 21st century, how it impacts our lives and how it manifests in the therapeutic space.  

The focus will be on typical and atypical sexual development, the sexual arousal cycle and the influence of early attachment experiences in the formation of sexual scripts and arousal templates. 

Emphasis is placed on enhancing awareness of sexuality and a range of sexual dysfunctions including arousal and desire disorders, sexual shame, sexual anorexia, hypersexuality, sexual compulsions and addictions, online pornography and cybersex.

The role of psychoeducation and sensate focus when working with survivors of CSA and sexual violence will also be examined to enable survivors to reclaim their sexuality. 

Through the use of questionnaires and experiential exercises, participants will be able to develop a deeper understanding of both their own and their clients relationship to sex and sexuality and learn how to feel more comfortable when talking about sex without evoking feelings of shame.  Topics covered will include:  

  • The uses of sex
  • The sexual script
  • Meaning of sex including cultural and generational difference
  • Talking about sex with clients and what this evokes  consciously and unconsciously in both client and therapist
  • Erotic transference and erotic counter transference
  • The role of psychoeducation when exploring sexuality
  •  Shame and sexuality
  • Sexual dysfunctions and how they can be managed
  • Social media, porn and online sex addiction
  • The impact of the digitisation of sex
  • The impact of child sexual abuse and sexual violence on sexuality
  • How to reclaim sexuality after CSA and sexual violence

2nd November 2019 with Anne Power - An attachment perspective on Couples£94 to include 3 course lunch and refreshments.

The first in a series of four CPD days examining couple dynamics.

Booking Form  icon An attachment perspective on couples; Anne Power

This event will take place at The Holiday Inn, Egerton Road, Guildford, GU2 7XZ as published within the course brochure - Please do not send your Booking Form to this address

Anne Power: 

Anne has an MA in Supervision, is a psychoanalytic psychotherapist registered with UKCP and BACP with qualifications from The Bowlby Centre, Westminster Pastoral Foundation, Tavistock Relationships, Relate. Anne has worked as a counsellor in a NHS Mental Health Trust and at Terrence Higgins Trust. 

Teaching on several supervision and therapy training courses, Anne has delivered training at The Bowlby Centre, Westminster Pastoral Foundation and Regents University London. 

Practising in central London Anne works with working with couples and individuals. Her book, Forced Endings in Psychotherapy, explores the process of closing a practice for retirement or other reasons.

Anne is currently researching and writing about "logic versus magic" in partner choice: random romance, arranged marriage, and dating sites – what’s the difference?

The Workshop will explore:

A combination of theory and experiential work to understand the couple bond and how we work with this in therapy. The day will be relevant both to couple and individual therapists and will include reflection on these and other areas:

What sense does attachment theory make of the couple bond?

How does attachment theory inform how we work with a couple?

How much help can we be when only one partner comes to therapy?

How we select a partner

How the fit operates in a couple – whether developmental or defensive or toxic

How we can use genograms to support a systemic perspective

How our own internalised couple may impact on our understanding

 

CPD Courses 2020 Season

29th February 2020 with Rachel Ellis MA - Couple Counselling: A Taster Day. The second of four CPD days exploring the issues arising when working with couples

£96 to include 3 course lunch and refreshments

Booking Form icon Couple Counselling - A Taster Day with Rachel Ellis MA. Saturday 29th February 2020

This event will take place at The Holiday Inn, Egerton Road, Guildford, GU2 7XZ as published within the course brochure - Please do not send your Booking Form to this address

Rachel Ellis: MA, BA has been providing counselling for couples for over 10 years. Trained originally with Relate in couple and family therapy, Rachel now works in private practice, both as a psychotherapist and supervisor. Rachel has written a Post Qualification Diploma in Couple Counselling, and several workshops focusing in particular on relationships and bereavement. Rachel lectures in counselling, delivering a variety of  courses, and is a trainer for Cruse Bereavement Care.

The Workshop will explore:

If you have started or are considering adding couple work to your portfolio, this workshop is designed to give you a fwider understanding of what you can expect both from the work itself, and the training involved in becoming a qualified couple counsellor.

You will explore the differences between one to one and couple work.  You will be introduced to some of the key theoretical concepts relevant to working with couples, and we will also touch on the importance of safeguarding in terms working with disclosures of domestic violence and abuse.

Issues covered will include:

  • the value of considring the couple from a systemic and narrative therapy viewpoint.
  • the significance of psychodynamic, behavioural and attachment concepts in unravelling a couples' difficulties
  • Safeguarding aspects which can emerge when working with couples

Surrey Counselling Training now offers a Post Qualification Diploma in Couple Counselling, written and delivered by Rachel. 

This taster day will provide an opportunity to meet Rachel and her co-tutor Joanne Welland, and to ask any questions you may have about the Diploma.

7th March 2020 with Nick Luxmoore - Self-Harm and Disordered Eating: Helping Young People learn to live with Feelings; £96 to include 3 course lunch and refreshments

Booking Form Available August 2019

This event will take place at The Holiday Inn, Egerton Road, Guildford, GU2 7XZ as published within the course brochure - Please do not send your Booking Form to this address

Nick Luxmoore:

Nick’s career has included teaching English and Drama in schools and prisons, teaching counselling at Oxford Brookes University, running a youth centre and youth theatre, setting up and managing a young people’s counselling and information service, working as a school counsellor and as a counsellor with young refugees and asylum seekers.

He is the author of eleven books – Listening to Young People in School, Youth Work and Counselling (2000), Working with Anger and Young People (2006), Feeling like Crap: Young People and the Meaning of Self-Esteem (2008), Young People in Love and in Hate (2010), Young People and the Curse of Ordinariness (2011), Young People, Death and the Unfairness of Everything (2012), School Counsellors Working with Young People and Staff: A Whole-School Approach (2013); Essential Listening Skills for Busy School Staff: What to Say When You Don’t Know What to Say (2014), Horny and Hormonal: Young People, Sex and the Anxieties of Sexuality (2016), ‘Practical Supervision For Counsellors Who Work With Young People’ (2017), and his latest work, ‘The Art of Working with Anxious, Antagonistic Adolescents: Ways Forward for Frontline Professionals’ published in April 2019. 

The workshop:

This workshop will be an opportunity to become better informed and more confident in responding to incidents of deliberate self-harm and in responding to young people for whom eating has become problematic. What exactly do young people do? Why do they deliberately harm themselves? Why do they stop eating sometimes or start making themselves throw up? What’s going on in their lives? Is everyone different or are there common themes? What helps and what hinders? How should professionals think about these things and how should they respond?

This workshop will be theoretical as well as experiential and practical. We’ll think about our own experiences as well as the experiences of the young people with whom we’re working. We’ll practise and learn together. The day will be of particular interest to professionals working with young people in education, health, social services, counselling and other contexts.

14th March 2020 with Rachel Ellis MA - Bereavement in Context: A Systemic Lens of Grief 

£96 to include 3 course lunch and refreshments

Booking Form  icon Bereavement in Context - A Systemic Lens on Grief with Rachel Ellis.Saturday 14th March 2020 

This event will take place at The Holiday Inn, Egerton Road, Guildford, GU2 7XZ as published within the course brochure - Please do not send your Booking Form to this address

Rachel Ellis: MA, BA is an experienced relationship therapist, providing individual, couple and family therapy in her private practice.

Trained originally with Relate in couple and family therapy, Rachel now works in private practice, both as a psychotherapist and supervisor. Rachel also specialises in bereavement counselling, working as a trainer for Cruse.

Rachel lectures in counselling, delivering a variety of  courses, and is a trainer for Cruse Bereavement Care and has authored a Post Graduate Couple Counselling Diploma 

About the Workshop:

We seldom grieve in isolation. 

We are usually part of a family, friendship group or other system that will be grieving with us. 

The ways in which other members of the system grieve will no doubt impact our own grief, and vice versa.  Beyond these local systems are the more overarching contexts of society and culture, which also impact the way we and our families do grief. 

In this workshop, we will explore grief within a particular family, reflecting on the discourses, values and beliefs that shape its co-created narrative around grief, and how that narrative becomes a lived experience.  

We will also apply theory including Stroebe and Schut’s Dual Process Model and attachment theory, and you will be invited to apply some of the day’s learning to the systems of which you are part.

The day will culminate in a family sculpt, bringing theory to life!

Issues covered will include:

  • A theoretcial review of grief
  • Grief in the conext of the family
  • Socio-cultural influences on grief

21st March 2020 with Anne Power - Shrinks and Sex - What do we need to better equipped to address sexual concerns and issues with our clients?

£96 to include 3 course lunch and refreshments

Booking Form Available August 2019

This event will take place at The Holiday Inn, Egerton Road, Guildford, GU2 7XZ as published within the course brochure - Please do not send your Booking Form to this address

Anne Power: 

Anne has an MA in Supervision, is a psychoanalytic psychotherapist registered with UKCP and BACP with qualifications from The Bowlby Centre, Westminster Pastoral Foundation, Tavistock Relationships, Relate. Anne has worked as a counsellor in a NHS Mental Health Trust and at Terrence Higgins Trust. 

Teaching on several supervision and therapy training courses, Anne has delivered training at The Bowlby Centre, Westminster Pastoral Foundation and Regents University London. 

Practising in central London Anne works with working with couples and individuals. Her book, Forced Endings in Psychotherapy, explores the process of closing a practice for retirement or other reasons.

Anne is currently researching and writing about "logic versus magic" in partner choice: random romance, arranged marriage, and dating sites – what’s the difference?

28th March 2020 with Rachel Ellis MA - DVA and Couple Therapy

£96 to include 3 course lunch and refreshments

The third in a series exploring issus which can arise when working with couples

Booking Form  icon DVA and Couple Therapy with Rachel Ellis. Saturday 28th March 2020

This event will take place at The Holiday Inn, Egerton Road, Guildford, GU2 7XZ as published within the course brochure - Please do not send your Booking Form to this address

Rachel Ellis: MA, BA is an experienced relationship therapist, providing individual, couple and family therapy in her private practice. 

Trained originally with Relate in couple and family therapy, Rachel now works in private practice, both as a psychotherapist and supervisor. Rachel also specialises in bereavement counselling, working as a trainer for Cruse. 

Rachel lectures in counselling, delivering a variety of  courses, and is a trainer for Cruse Bereavement Care and has authored a Post Graduate Couple Counselling Diploma and several workshops exploring relationships and bereavement.

About the Workshop:

When domestic violence and/or abuse is disclosed in couple therapy, our attention to safety is paramount. 

How to proceed can be a far from easy decision and requires thorough risk assessment. 

Is couple therapy safe at all? 

What kinds of behaviour can we work with, and when do we have to say no? 

How do we ensure that abusive behaviour is recognised and that the victim has access to what may be essential support, without raising the anger of a perpetrator to a dangerous level? 

If we do decide to proceed with couple therapy, what measures need to be agreed to ensure ongoing safety?

This workshop addresses the above questions, and aims to equip delegates with a process of safely and ethically managing disclosures of DVA in couple therapy, including risk assessment, referrals and safety planning.

2nd May 2020 with Christiane Sanderson - Numbing the Pain: Making the link between Childhood trauma and Addiction£96 to include 3 course lunch and refreshments

Booking Form Available October 2019 

This event will take place at The Holiday Inn, Egerton Road, Guildford, GU2 7XZ as published within the course brochure - Please do not send your Booking Form to this address

Christiane Sanderson BSc., MSc:

Christiane is a senior lecturer in Psychology at the University of Roehampton. With 30 years’ experience working with survivors of child sexual abuse, sexual violence, complex trauma and domestic abuse she has delivered consultancy, continuous professional development and professional training for parents, teachers, social workers, nurses, therapists, counsellors, solicitors, the NSPCC, the Catholic Safeguarding Advisory Committee, the Methodist Church, the Metropolitan Police Service, SOLACE, the Refugee Council, Birmingham City Council Youth Offending Team, and HMP & YOI Bronzefield, Ashford.

In her capacity as a sexual violence and child sexual abuse consultant she has contributed to news coverage on BBC TV and BBC Radio, and Sky News, as well as being featured  in a number of documentaries involving sexual violence, most recently Fred and Rose (West): The Untold Story  (Channel  5, 2014); ‘Hotel of Horrors’ (2014) and  The Cul-de-Sac Cult(2015) on the Crime and Investigation Network (Sky Channel 553).

The workshop:

There is increasing evidence that adverse childhood experiences such as childhood sexual abuse, physical abuse, neglect, relational trauma and early childhood stress significantly increases vulnerability and elevated risk of developing addictions. To manage the impact of abuse, trauma and emotional dysregulation many survivors resort to substance misuse, disordered eating, gambling, workaholism, sex, exercise or unhealthy relationships to self-medicate and to regulate their emotions and mood.

Despite the growing evidence of the link between early childhood trauma and addictions, many alcohol, drug and addiction services tend to focus on harm minimisation and often do not have the resources to explore the underlying causes of addiction.

This CPD Training day will look at early adverse childhood experiences, in particular childhood sexual abuse, complex and relational trauma, and their link to addiction. It will explore the nature of addictions within the context of attachment deficits and lack of emotional self-regulation. The focus will be on enabling practitioners working with addictions and substance misuse to develop a deeper understanding of the link between addictions and complex trauma and how to work more effectively with substance dependent clients. To this effect it will examine the barriers to disclosure such as shame and how to scaffold their practice with the principles of trauma informed practice. Emphasis will be placed on psychoeducation and re-regulation of the nervous system through affect regulation and increasing the client’s window of tolerance. It will introduce a range of techniques such as stabilisation, grounding techniques, and mindfulness to restore control over dysregulated emotional states and reduce the need for external sources of regulation and self-medication. In addition it will explore ways of facilitating disclosure of abuse experiences, how survivors who have a history of addiction can best be supported through the therapeutic relationship, how to liaise with specialist services and the range of referral pathways. This training will be of interest to both health and mental health practitioners , drug and alcohol workers, counsellors, therapists, GP’s and anyone working with survivors.

Topics covered will be:

  • The link between adverse childhood experiences and addiction
  • The link between attachment deficits and addiction
  • Emotional Dysregulation and the nervous system
  • Addiction as self medication to regulate emotions and mood states
  • The principles of trauma informed practice
  • Re-regulation of the nervous system through stabilisation and grounding techniques
  • Developing affect regulation and an increased window of tolerance
  • Overcoming barriers to disclosure
  • Offering a supportive therapeutic relationship to survivors who have a history of addiction

9th May 2020 with Nick Luxmoore - Young People, Dependency, Attachment and Death; £96 to include 3 course lunch and refreshments

Booking Form Available December 2019

This event will take place at The Holiday Inn, Egerton Road, Guildford, GU2 7XZ as published within the course brochure - Please do not send your Booking Form to this address

Nick Luxmoore:

Nick’s career has included teaching English and Drama in schools and prisons, teaching counselling at Oxford Brookes University, running a youth centre and youth theatre, setting up and managing a young people’s counselling and information service, working as a school counsellor and as a counsellor with young refugees and asylum seekers.

He is the author of eleven books – Listening to Young People in School, Youth Work and Counselling (2000), Working with Anger and Young People (2006), Feeling like Crap: Young People and the Meaning of Self-Esteem (2008), Young People in Love and in Hate (2010), Young People and the Curse of Ordinariness (2011), Young People, Death and the Unfairness of Everything (2012), School Counsellors Working with Young People and Staff: A Whole-School Approach (2013); Essential Listening Skills for Busy School Staff: What to Say When You Don’t Know What to Say (2014), Horny and Hormonal: Young People, Sex and the Anxieties of Sexuality (2016), ‘Practical Supervision For Counsellors Who Work With Young People’ (2017), and his latest work, ‘The Art of Working with Anxious, Antagonistic Adolescents: Ways Forward for Frontline Professionals’ published in April 2019. 

The Workshop:

Synopsis to follow

16th May 2020 with Rachel Ellis MA - Working with Narrative Therapy

£96 to include 3 course lunch and refreshments 

The fourth in a series exploring issus which can arise when working with couples

Booking Form   Available October 2019

This event will take place at The Holiday Inn, Egerton Road, Guildford, GU2 7XZ as published within the course brochure - Please do not send your Booking Form to this address

Rachel Ellis: MA, BA is an experienced relationship therapist, providing individual, couple and family therapy in her private practice. 

Trained originally with Relate in couple and family therapy, Rachel now works in private practice, both as a psychotherapist and supervisor. Rachel also specialises in bereavement counselling, working as a trainer for Cruse. 

Rachel lectures in counselling, delivering a variety of  courses, and is a trainer for Cruse Bereavement Care and has authored a Post Graduate Couple Counselling Diploma and several workshops exploring relationships and bereavement.

About the Workshop:

Synopsis availble October 2019 

13th June 2020 with Linda Cundy - The Therapist's own Attachment style - how this affects the therapuetic relationship; £96 to include 3 course lunch and refreshments

Booking Form Available December 2019

This event will take place at The Holiday Inn, Egerton Road, Guildford, GU2 7XZ as published within the course brochure - Please do not send your Booking Form to this address

Linda Cundy is an attachment-based psychoanalytic psychotherapist in private practice. She has taught for two decades on counselling and psychotherapy courses and is also an independent trainer specialising in attachment, human development, and clinical practice.

For many years Course Director of the Post-Graduate Diploma in Attachment-based Therapy at the Wimbledon Guild.

Publications include, “Love in the Age of the Internet: Attachment in the Digital Era” and "Attachment and the Defence against Intimacy".

The workshop:

Synopsis to follow

19th September 2020 with Christiane Sanderson - Listening to Survivors of Sexual Abuse£96 to include 3 course lunch and refreshments

Booking Form Available October 2019 

This event will take place at The Holiday Inn, Egerton Road, Guildford, GU2 7XZ as published within the course brochure - Please do not send your Booking Form to this address

Christiane Sanderson BSc., MSc:

Christiane is a senior lecturer in Psychology at the University of Roehampton. With 30 years’ experience working with survivors of child sexual abuse, sexual violence, complex trauma and domestic abuse she has delivered consultancy, continuous professional development and professional training for parents, teachers, social workers, nurses, therapists, counsellors, solicitors, the NSPCC, the Catholic Safeguarding Advisory Committee, the Methodist Church, the Metropolitan Police Service, SOLACE, the Refugee Council, Birmingham City Council Youth Offending Team, and HMP & YOI Bronzefield, Ashford.

In her capacity as a sexual violence and child sexual abuse consultant she has contributed to news coverage on BBC TV and BBC Radio, and Sky News, as well as being featured  in a number of documentaries involving sexual violence, most recently Fred and Rose (West): The Untold Story  (Channel  5, 2014); ‘Hotel of Horrors’ (2014) and  The Cul-de-Sac Cult(2015) on the Crime and Investigation Network (Sky Channel 553).

The workshop:

Synopsis to follow

7th November 2020 with Anne Power - Understanding Sibling Relationships

£96 to include 3 course lunch and refreshments

Booking Form Available August 2019

This event will take place at The Holiday Inn, Egerton Road, Guildford, GU2 7XZ as published within the course brochure - Please do not send your Booking Form to this address

Anne Power: 

Anne has an MA in Supervision, is a psychoanalytic psychotherapist registered with UKCP and BACP with qualifications from The Bowlby Centre, Westminster Pastoral Foundation, Tavistock Relationships, Relate. Anne has worked as a counsellor in a NHS Mental Health Trust and at Terrence Higgins Trust. 

Teaching on several supervision and therapy training courses, Anne has delivered training at The Bowlby Centre, Westminster Pastoral Foundation and Regents University London. 

Practising in central London Anne works with working with couples and individuals. Her book, Forced Endings in Psychotherapy, explores the process of closing a practice for retirement or other reasons.

Anne is currently researching and writing about "logic versus magic" in partner choice: random romance, arranged marriage, and dating sites – what’s the difference?

The Workshop: 

Synopsis to follow

 

Surrey Counselling Training CPD workshops

Contributing presenters include:

Peter Afford

Maxine Aston MSc

Susan Atkins

John Beveridge

Sir Richard Bowlby

Ruth Calland MSc, MA, BSc

Gérard Chevalier

Sarah Chevalier MA

Prof Mick Cooper

Linda Cundy

Stephan Dais

David Delapalme BSc

Rachel Ellis MA

Paul Hallawell

Dr Adrian Hemmings

Dr Alessandra Lemma

Martyn Lloyd

Nick Luxmoore

Christine Peters

Anne Power 

Niki Reeves

Paul Renn

Sandie Rhee

Nicky Rodgers

Christiane Sanderson

Liz Shelley MSc

Professor David Shemmings PhD

Robin Shohet

Janet Stephen BA Hons

Dr Maggie Turp

Dr Linda Young

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