Physis Scotland Connect

Physis Scotland Connect

Physis Scotland Connect is our after-training community, run by the community, with the support of Physis Scotland.  At Physis Scotland, we strongly encourage ongoing contact, connection and collaboration with our former trainees after they exit training.  The Physis Scotland Connect community is one way of keeping connected and we encourage you to join.

Join Physis Scotland Connect

If you have completed at least a year of Core Training at either Physis Scotland, Physis Training, CPTI or EICP (and are no longer training there), join us as a member and enjoy the following benefits:

  • Connect gatherings several times per year
    • Former students come together to discuss topics, share ideas and support each other
  • Receive the Physis Scotland newsletter – sign up in the footer of this web page
  • 10% discount off any Physis Scotland CPD workshop
  • 10% discount if you join a Physis Scotland Exam Preparation Group following Advanced Year 3
  • The opportunity to volunteer to be a Physis Scotland Mentor
  • The opportunity to write blog articles
  • To participate in producing and contributing to a Physis Scotland magazine, which would be distributed to current students and Graduate Members
  • The opportunity to lead Connect meetings
  • The opportunity to deliver CPDs at Physis Scotland

To become a member, please complete the membership application form in the link in the Documents section below. Forms should be returned to Olivia Burroughs at

The Connect community look forward to welcoming you to a future gathering.

Future Events

Online via Zoom.  The Zoom link will be sent to members prior to the Event.

Tuesday 25th January 2022, 7.00 – 8.00 pm 

Working With Addiction

Please bring your thoughts and wonderings in relation to this topic. Jo Crichton and Lilian Kelly will initiate a discussion on addiction in relation to an article that will be circulated in advance.

Saturday 12th March. 2022, 10.00 -11.00 am

Trauma & TA

The impact of trauma has become an increasingly recognised part of therapy. How important is it for us as therapists to be “trauma informed” and what does that mean?

An informal conversation between two TA therapists, Fiona Brien and Jane Cox, about the presence of trauma in their clients, how it presents itself and what tools they have found useful to help the client.

The format of the morning will be 30 minute conversation between Fiona and Jane, followed by an open audience discussion. A useful reading and audio list will be made available.

'A TA community with a shared experience that allows us to connect and reconnect, to continue to learn and grow, and to navigate our way after training'
Mission Statement

Please click here to book an event, or get in touch if you would like more information about our Training and CPD workshops.