This month we’re bringing you six presentations on the themes of children young people and families, spirituality, private practice and more.

View clips of the presentations to get a preview of what's available in the CPD hub that have been delivered by experts in their field.

Creating a trellis for spirituality in therapeutic practice

Martina Lehane-Sheehan offers a framework for creating a supportive practice for living a more balanced life, congruent with values.

Done with my counselling studies; now what?

Vianna Boring Renaud shares her journey since the completion of her studies in 2008. She discusses entering the Private Practice and goes on to explore the EAP world amongst other areas.

How do Christian counsellors reconcile belief in God’s influence with personal autonomy?

Chris Hodgson discusses his research which explored how Christian-faith counsellors reconciled these two principles.

My little therapy box: when words are not enough

Natasha Page explores why some clients struggle to articulate their feelings into words and how her resource, ‘My Little Therapy Box’ can help both clients and therapists within the therapeutic setting.

Putting the client first: creating a learning community in a training centre in Scotland

Jo Hilton shares her work with the Hope Park Counselling Centre and how a collaborative way of working evolved. She goes onto discuss how this model can work in other centres.

Working creatively with nesting dolls in counselling

Pauline Andrew explores the power of nesting dolls in relation to aspects of self, relationships, and personal growth.

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