Special Edition – Q&A with the National Counselling Society

Special Edition – Q&A with the National Counselling Society In this special edition of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, Rory Lees-Oakes interviews two members of the National Counselling Society’s Council – Freya Bottomley (Interim Chief Executive during Chief Executive Meg Moss’s maternity leave) and Jyles Robillard Day (Head of Engagement and Development). Rory asks questions posed …

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Working with Life Scripts in TA

In this lecture, Lisa Mathurin (a counsellor, psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer) introduces you to life scripts in TA, a theory of child development. You will learn how to identify: the life script apparatus different types of life scripts. Drawing on Eric Berne’s work, Lisa defines the concept of life scripts, which essentially explain how our …

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Supporting Maternal Mental Health

In this lecture, you will learn from counsellor and trainer Emma Chapman how and why some women struggle with the transition to motherhood, and how to support maternal mental health in a therapeutic setting. After attending this online lecture, you will be able to: understand what the term ‘maternal mental health’ encompasses identify how societal …

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Managing Scepticism in Counselling Clients

Sally-Anne Armitage – a counsellor, supervisor, former lecturer and master’s degree student – talks in this lecture about how to work with sceptical clients. After you have completed this lecture, you will have enhanced your ability to: understand what is meant by ‘sceptical clients’ recognise scepticism in clients through how they present explore your own …

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195 – Therapeutic Impasse

195 – Therapeutic Impasse Seven Tasks of Supervision – Managing Scepticism in Counselling Clients Episode 195 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast opens with presenters Rory Lees-Oakes and Ken Kelly discussing therapeutic impasse in ‘Student Check-In’. Then, in ‘Focus on Supervision’, they explore Michael Carroll’s seven tasks of supervision. Last, Rory talks with counsellor Sally-Anne Armitage …

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194 – The Shadow Self

194 – The Shadow Self Parallel Process in Supervision – Peek into Practice with Tamara Howell In episode 194 of the Counselling Tutor Podcast, you can hear presenters Rory Lees-Oakes and Ken Kelly talking about Carl Gustav Jung’s concept of the shadow self in ‘Student Check-In’. Then, in ‘Focus on Supervision’, they discuss the parallel …

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Tackling Destructive Thought Patterns

In this CPD lecture for counsellors, lecture, Clint Adams – counsellor, former police officer and HR professional – aims to help you: develop self-awareness build greater awareness of others learn to communicate effectively improve personal leadership increase your effectiveness. Clint opens this, online cpd lecture on tackling destructive thought patterns, by identifying the common components …

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