Evening online workshop: 26 April 2023 6.00pm – 8.00pm GMT
What makes the therapeutic relationship unique? What might Love got to do with it? And how might this question help in deepening your identity as a therapist and your understanding of the therapeutic relationship?
This workshop will invite you to play with these questions using experiential exercises and exploration of eastern & western philosophy as well as ancient & modern writings.
Depending sense of professional identity and therapeutic relationship
Conceptualizing therapeutic relationship using a range of ideas from Easter and western philosophy as well as ancient and modern writings.
Ronen Stilman MSc (TA Psychotherapy), Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst (psychotherapy) is a psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer, working with individuals, couples and practitioners in his Edinburgh centre practice and in Cyberspace. He has a keen interest in Humans and how they relate and identify in the context of culture, politics and society, integrating his background in technology and organisational change.
This workshop is part of the series of 2-hour evening workshops ‘Spring Learnings‘