Autumn can feel a funny time for folk with the clocks going back, the nights and mornings darker and the temperature dropping, not to mention nature winding down with the spectacular colours and exquisite beauty of trees preparing for winter. It’s definitely a time of transition, potential changes and looking forward. At Physis Scotland we are experiencing all three of these and invite you to consider joining us on one or more of the programmes we have on offer throughout the autumn and winter seasons. We have a lot going on and are always interested in your feedback on what we are doing and how we are doing it. So don’t hesitate to be in touch. Thank you for your support which means a lot to us.
Continual Professional Development (CPD) is such an important element of our profession. Ensuring that we are maintaining and enhancing our skills. It is part of the Ethical Framework for registered members. We also believe our CPD programme at Physis Scotland is fun and a great way to learn and grow with your colleagues.
Have a look at what is coming up, we are sure you will find a topic that you’d love to explore.
Working with Gender Variant Clients
30th November and 1st December 2019
Are you a therapist, qualified or in training, a supervisor or trainer? Study more about working with the increasing number of people identifying as gender diverse. Participants will learn about the unique challenges faced by clients who seek to achieve mind-body congruence as they explore their gender identity and the treatment available to them.
Facilitator: Liza Heatley PTSTA (P).
Liza is an experienced and accredited counsellor, psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer. She is a leading expert in her field. She specialises in gender variance and is highly skilled and experienced in assisting clients explore aspects of their gender identity.
Book now for this excellent CPD workshop
Sex, Sexuality and Self in the Therapy Room
1st and 2nd February 2020
A 2 day workshop to help us feel more comfortable thinking and talking about sex and sexuality in the therapy room. The more grounded we are in our sense of self regarding our sexuality the more comfortable we will be when a client wants to talk about sex.
Facilitator Paul Redpath PTSTA
Early bird tickets available.
8th and 9th February 2020
Facilitator Shelia Beare, CPT(P), PTSTA
Transactional Analysis (TA) is an amazingly powerful psychological theory that has the surprising quality of being easily accessible for the newcomer, yet with a depth and complexity that can fascinate and satisfy practitioners for a lifetime.
This 2 day workshop will give you an excellent introduction and receive the recognised TA101 certificate.
Setting Up A Private Practice
7th March 2020
As counsellors or therapists, we often consider setting up in private practice, however is it right for you? How do you launch a successful practice? This interactive workshop, with experiential based learning, will help you answer these questions before you embark or if you have just got started.
Facilitator Susie Hewitt, PTSTA (P)
Early bird tickets available.