Bach Practitioner Workshops
We organise one day workshops for all Bach Practitioners and for people who are working through the Level 3 assessments, to offer one another support, to share ideas, to meet other practitioners and to learn more. Each Bach Practitioner registered with the Bach Centre is prompted to reflect on their personal and professional development as they renew their registration every year, a CPD process which is helped by these workshops.
Practitioner Workshops -
Practitioner Workshop in Ipswich, Suffolk – Friday 27th September from 10 am to 4.30 pm. This is under the Bach Centre Approved Continuing Education programme and is approved with a Bach Centre CPD certificate for all BFRPs (Bach Foundation Registered Practitioners).
The workshop will be held at the Holiday Inn Hotel, The Havens, Ransomes Europark, Ipswich IP3 9SJ, where there is free parking. The workshop fee of £70 covers the whole day, including drinks, snacks, a 2 course lunch and a Bach Centre Continuing Education Certificate for all BFRPs.
"The Role of a Soul Midwife" with Alexis Mack whose vocation is working with the dying and bereaved. She has trained to join the growing number of men and women who care for the dying with love, tenderness and an understanding of the dying process, utilising a range of skills and tools to facilitate a dignified and peaceful crossing of the sacred threshold that is death. She would like to share her journey and learning with you.
"Domestic Violence – an Introduction" with Cliff Emmerson who has over 20 years’ experience in various models of therapy, including being a qualified Family Links Nurturing Facilitator. Cliff has worked with Suffolk Family Carers, Suffolk County Council, private businesses and local charities to develop their mental health provision and to provide training and support to their workforce. He has a unique and positive approach which is renowned for achieving long lasting results. The presentation will cover – the definition of domestic violence; the many guises in which it presents; learned behaviour and conditioning; practical and emotional problems when trying to leave an abuser, safety plans, danger signals and when to refer on; case studies.
We will also have the chance to break into discussion groups to share our experience, consider special topics and to reflect on the two presentations.
The workshop is especially for Bach Practitioners and is open to other practitioners of complementary therapies and to people who have followed Bach Flower courses.
Contact us for more information or to reserve your place. We accept payments by card, cash or cheque.
Tessa recently offered workshops in Holland, Edinburgh and Ipswich and plans more soon. Please contact us to go on our mailing list, so you hear about any workshops as soon as possible.
Practitioner workshop in London – Friday 8th November 2013
Coping with Challenging Clients: Managing Challenging Consultations
A one day workshop for practitioners which gives us the opportunity to review how we manage challenges in our practice. Through exercises and case studies we will share our ideas and our experience from practice to help one another reflect on ways we can develop our skills.
Many of us work alone and clients bring their pain and their problems to us, wanting us to help them. This workshop aims to explore ways we can clarify expectations – both ours and those of our clients – so that we support ourselves and others professionally and personally. We will deepen our understanding of working with the remedies and the dynamic of the consultation.
The workshop is interactive and all practitioners are welcome. Everyone has experience to share, whether newly registered or a ‘veteran’ practitioner.
If you would like to join us for future workshops or would like to go on our mailing list to hear about events for practitioners, please email us or telephone us on 01473 728498.
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