Trauma Reflections: Clinical Practice and the Relational Field
11th and 12th November 2016,
9.30 – 5.00 Ealing, London
Miriam Taylor in conjunction with Relational Change
This two-day workshop provides an opportunity for trauma-focused group supervision for each of 12 participants. Reflective spaces will be woven through the two days, alternating with short taught and experiential slots.
The embodied presence of the therapist, in awareness of their own history and responses to trauma, will be considered as a key to facilitating growth. Sander’s concept of Fields of Mutual Influence forms a theoretical underpinning, together with applications of neuroscience and trauma theory.
Fee: £195 early bird, before 15th July; thereafter £220, to include lunches.
Venue: NAOS Institute, 3 Montpelier Avenue, Ealing, London W5 2XP, is ten minutes walk from Ealing Broadway station; there is limited on-street parking.
Bookings: Contact Miriam Taylor – firstname.lastname@example.org
The facilitator: Miriam Taylor is a UKCP registered Gestalt psychotherapist, supervisor and international trainer who has been in private practice since 1995. Her background was in adult education before training as a counsellor and psychotherapist. Working as clinical lead of a young peoples’ service pointed her towards specialising in trauma, and for several years she worked in a specialist trauma service. Miriam’s particular interest is in the relational integration of trauma and the role of the body. She teaches in the UK and internationally, is an Academic Consultant and examiner for Metanoia Institute, London, and an Associate of Relational Change.