CPC Courses available in 2020 

Join our students, these CPD courses are available.

  • Psychosynthesis & Therapeutic Relationship 
  • Gestalt
  • Re-wilding Eco Therapy
  • Eco-Therapy Taster Day


Psychosynthesis & Therapeutic Relationship (1 day course)


Time and Date: Saturday 14th March : 10am-6pm

Cost: £80

Tutor: Judith Griffin

Major Concepts

  • The Balancing and Synthesis of Opposites
  • Two Dimensions of Growth
  • Self-Identification and Disidentification
  • The Will
  • Essential Interconnectedness


  • Analytical Inquiry
  • Subpersonality Work
  • Disidentification and Self Identification
  • Purpose and the Creative Will
  • Imagery and Visualisation
  • The Ideal Model


Gestalt  (2 day course)


Time & Date: 11th April & 16th May : 10am-6pm

Cost: £150

Tutor Judith Griffin


  • Recognise the patterns
  • The 4 questions
  • Looking at the Circle – Defences
  • The Prophet on Marriage (or any relationship)


  • The focus is on Here and Now.
  • Chair-work
  • Body-work
  • Dialogue with symptom
  • Circle of Experience


Eco-Therapy Taster Day (1 day course)


Time & Date: Saturday 13th June : 10am – 5pm

Cost: £80

With tutor Jane Sanders

Course Program

  • Intro to Eco-psychology – different strands within a wide reaching emerging field of work 
  • Coming to our senses – intro to mindfulness of senses
  • ‘Practicing as counsellors at a time of climate disruption/changing times?
  • Legalities, practicalities of working outdoors
  • Ecocentric assessment 
  • Out door skills practice
  • Benefits of nature connection


Basic Competencies for working with Children and Young Adults (3 Days)

Saturday 11th July, 12th September, 10th October

10am-6pm : £255

With Nerissa Shaw

  • Introduction to counselling young people
  • Ethical and professional practice
  • Child protection and safeguarding
  • Child and adolescent development and transitions
  • Communication with young people
  • Beginnings and endings with young people
  • Risk assessments
  • Collaborative assessments
  • Therapeutic relationships with young people
  • Mental health and young people
  • Working with young people’s emotions
  • Working with cultural diversity
  • Engagement with young people, parents and carers
  • Working within the context of the counselling setting
  • Working within and across agencies
  • Working in a school setting
  • Emotional health promotion in schools
  • Working in a voluntary/community sector setting
  • Holding the overall perspective
  • Working with groups
  • Alternative models of intervention