Are you a coach, counsellor or psychotherapist who is new to couples work and excited to learn more? Or perhaps you are an existing couples therapist, looking for new ideas and inspiration to add to your practice?
If so, the Physis Scotland Certificate in Couples Work, delivered over 6 days (3 weekends) could be just what you’re looking for.
The Physis Scotland 2022 Certificate in Couples Work course will be delivered using a blend of online and face-to-face learning. The first weekend of the course will take place face-to-face from Physis Scotland’s city centre premises in Edinburgh, giving participants the opportunity to meet each other in person and to form as a group. From this foundation, the next two weekends will both be delivered online, allowing participants to attend from the comfort of their own home, and from wherever you are located.
Jennie Miller, PTSTA
Jennie Miller is a Director at Physis Scotland and is a TA Psychotherapist based in Edinburgh. She works in private practice seeing individuals and couples, as well as being a qualified supervisor and trainer. With many years of experience in working with couples Jennie has also delivered training in her model The Key to Couple Work, a short term dynamic programme of therapy with any two people in a relationship; this has included working with the MOD and their Welfare Officers.
A published author of Boundaries, How to Draw the Line in Your Head, Heart and Home, Harper Collins, a self-help book on all aspects of boundaries based on TA as well as many articles in the popular press including the Times and magazines. Jennie also enjoys therapeutic storytelling which is included in her training as well as a one-day course in how to use this ancient art.
The next Certificate in Couple Work course will start in April 2022. For an application form and/or further details please contact Fiona Cook or Fiona Firman, Directors of Training –firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07927 557217. The application deadline is the 18th March 2022.