Professional & Personal Development Training in Mental Health
An in-depth Anthroposophic Training incorporating Personal and Professional Development with twelve modules spanning three years with Mike Chase, Dr James Dyson, Marah Evans & Dr Michael Evans
This well established training is designed to address the complex theme of Mental Health in the context of the demands of modern life and changes in human consciousness. It aims to facilitate understanding of human development from an anthroposophic perspective in a creative dialogue with theory and practise from contemporary psychotherapeutic and social care.
The Training offers a unique opportunity to explore these themes within inter-disciplinary group work that aims to develop self reflective practice and interpersonal skills needed for peer and professional working.
THE SEMINAR INVITES APPLICATIONS FROM:
THEMES Covered In The Twelve Modules Of The Programme
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 Guess contributors Mike Chase and Glen Williamson.
More course info can be found Mental Health Seminar.