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“Sex Addiction: a relational approach”.

Published: 11/11/2019

All participants from the previous five events, rated the workshop as excellent/good.  Next workshops: Manchester, Thursday 27th February, 2020. Book here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sex-addiction-a-relational-approach-to-assessment-formulation-and-intervention-manchester-workshop-tickets-85496782177 A relational approach to formulation and intervention for sex addiction invites us to understand how the behaviour relates to our clients emotional and relational world.  We all have characteristic patterns of relating to ourselves […]

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Learn more about “How to run a successful private practice: all you need to know”.

Published: 28/06/2019

Dates of next workshops: Saturday February 1st: online.  Access from anywhere in the UK. Monday 24th February: London. Friday 28th February: Manchester. Monday 2nd March: Glasgow. Saturday 21st March: online.  Access from anywhere in the UK. CLICK HERE TO BOOK: https://www.become-psychology-london.co.uk/private-practice-workshops-psychologists-psychotherapists-counsellors/ I first ran this workshop in 2015 and I will run my thirty second […]

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What do I cover in “Out of Control Sexual Behaviour: A Cognitive Analytic Therapy informed relational approach to assessment, formulation, and intervention.”

Published: 01/04/2019

This workshop takes place in London on Monday 29th April.  Book at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/out-of-control-sexual-behaviour-a-cat-informed-relational-approach-to-assessment-formulation-and-tickets-58111861141 And there is another in London on Monday 10th June.  Book at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/out-of-control-sexual-behaviour-a-cat-informed-relational-approach-to-assessment-formulation-and-tickets-60133634319 Cognitive Analytic Therapy as a relational model of therapy can be applied to aid the understanding of human sexuality and patterns of sexual behaviour that are restricting or harmful. […]

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How a relational perspective can help understand and resolve ruptures or strains in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and other collaborative models of therapy.

Published: 12/11/2018

I really like the idea of interventions as relational acts – that is, the same intervention can be experienced differently depending on a client’s characteristic ways of relating to themselves and others. This can mean for example, that a therapist who provides minimal structure might be experienced as self-affirming by a client who experienced controlling […]

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