Are you interested in developing your understanding and skill in facilitating groups and training?
Starting in April 2024, the Physis Scotland Certificate in Group Work blended course will be delivered in-person and online over 6 days of interactive and experiential training, in a 3-month period.
Bev Gibbons TSTA (P)
Bev is a Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst in the field of psychotherapy. She has an MA In TA psychotherapy and BA Hons in integrative counselling. She works in North Yorkshire, in the UK, as a trainer, supervisor and psychotherapist in private practice. Bev works with individuals, groups, and organisations, and has many years’ experience of leading teams, running TA and other training groups, process and therapy groups, and many supervision groups.
The Co-Creative TA principles of present-centred relating, commitment to being we (we-ness) and shared responsibility lie at the heart of Bev’s work and way of being (Tudor & Summers, 2014). Bev is deeply interested in thinking about the individual in the system and the system in the individual; in working with an intersectional lens; in working intersubjectively in the ‘space between’ and in the role of the body in communication.
Bev is the current European Association for Transactional Analysis (EATA) delegate for the UK and the CTA local oral exam site supervisor for UK exams, and a member of the UK Association for Transactional Analysis (UKATA) Training and Accreditation Standards Committee.
To apply for the Certificate in Group Work, you need to complete and return an application form, along with transferring your deposit in order to secure your place.
If you would like to apply for the course please download the booklet and application form at the foot of the course details page. Or contact email@example.com or 07927 557217 to request your application form. Please also contact us if you have any other questions about the course. The deadline for applications for the Certificate is 29th March 2024.