Course Availability: Part Time, Autumn 2021, with 12 modules spanning three years
Understand Mental Health and Illness.
Learn to pursue self-reflective practice.
Develop appropriate personal and social competencies in the field of mental health.
ABOUT THE TRAINING
Crises in mental health are of increasing contemporary relevance for society in general, manifesting in all areas of life and work.
This well established training is designed to address this complex theme in the context of the demands of modern life and changes in human consciousness. In addition to providing a broadly based content, it offers participants opportunities to deepen an experience-based and empathic understanding for individuals struggling with their mental health including addressing challenges of those closely involved in their support.
Confidential interpersonal sharing confers on the Seminar some characteristics of a retreat.
WHAT DOES IT OFFER?
The programme offers participants opportunities to explore these challenging themes in ways that are based on lived experience rather than only on abstract diagnosis. It also aims to enhance capacities to respond meaningfully to psychological challenges.
Skills in inter-disciplinary group work, self-reflective practice and intervision are developed for peer and professional co-working. All presenters aim to model and encourage creative dialogue between anthroposophic and current psychotherapeutic paradigms and practice.
The themes including: Core Psychological, Childhood Development 0-7 years, Childhood Development 7-14 years , Adolescence 14-21, Anxiety & Trauma, Depression & Bipolar Phenomena, Obsessive Disorders and Compulsive Behaviours, Personality, Addressing the Question of Evil, Conflict & Community Building. more info, please see course info below.
WHO IS IT FOR?
Professionals active in counselling, psychotherapy, social work and Health and Social Care are warmly invited to apply for a place on this Seminar as well as teachers, therapists, educators, administrators and other individuals committed to deepening their understanding for both adolescents and adults. A basic interest in and wish to deepen an Anthroposophic understanding of human development and psychology will be assumed.
Dr. James Dyson, Marah Evans, and Dr Michael Evans.
HOW TO APPLY
To apply for a place on the course please download and fill out the forms below and email them, along with the other documents required (listed within the application form), to Chiara Carones at email@example.com:
Application Form Health Statement Course info Brochure