Evening Online Workshop 6th October 2022 – 6pm until 8pm
It’s not unusual for practitioners to feel unskilled when it comes to working with a couple and this can put them off what is a very interesting and exciting area of therapeutic work.
In this workshop come and ask your questions. Let’s ponder the differences from couple work to individual and learn a few tips on how to work with a couple along the way. Transactional Analysis offers many wonderful concepts and models for working with couples. For this workshop, there is no need for prior knowledge of TA.
I know my individual clients benefit from my experience as a couples therapist and vice versa, I enjoy the different energies each way of working brings to my practice.
This workshop will offer some answers to the many questions couples work raises, might peak your curiosity and provide some tools, including those all important boundaries.
Counsellors and psychotherapists who are thinking about working with couples, but are unsure. Come and ask your questions and see if this might be a new venture for you.
Jennie Miller, PTSTA
Director and Advanced Year 2 Core Tutor, Certificate in Couples Work Trainer
Jennie Miller is a TA Psychotherapist based in Edinburgh, Scotland. In her private practice she sees 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. This popular course is now available at Physis Scotland.
A published author of “Boundaries, Say No Without Guilt”, 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, Guardian, Telegraph 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.
This is part of a series of two-hour evening workshops ‘Autumn Leaves and Eves‘ we have launched for this Autumn.