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Helpful and unhelpful therapist responses to strains and problems in the therapeutic alliance.

Posted: 28/05/2018

Is there a consensus based on research regarding what are helpful and unhelpful therapist responses to ruptures or strains in the therapeutic relationship? Yes, there is, and interestingly, research suggests that experienced therapists tend to make more unhelpful responses even after intensive training on the subject. I explain what helps and what does not in this workshop designed to help therapists work better when the therapeutic relationship gets stuck. Its second run is in London on Monday June 11th following its successful first run with the West London Mental Health Trust in April. Tickets are £110. More information and tickets at:


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Private Practice Workshop: Psychologists, Psychotherapists & Counsellors.

Posted: 05/03/2018

Pleased to announce the eleventh run of my private practice workshop: comprehensive coverage of all the issues including GDPR compliance, and how to build your confidence to get started. London, April 9th. Early bird tickets available until 11.03.2018. Further information and tickets at:


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General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) Training.

Posted: 05/03/2018

For Clinical/Counselling Psychologists, Psychotherapists and Counsellors.

The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) come into force on May 25th 2018, so you only a couple of months before you will need to demonstrate compliance with GDPR.  So save yourself a lot of time and hassle and join me, Robert Watson, for this informative 120 minute online training which will explain GDPR and how to be compliant.  Delivered to groups of four this interactive GDPR training session will give you lots of opportunities to ask questions. Further information and booking at:


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Private Practice Workshop Manchester 16.02.2018.

Posted: 10/01/2018

We do not often talk about our confidence levels as therapists but I think reflecting on this and addressing any “therapist blocks” are important in private practice because they may relate to the ways you interact with clients and approach marketing. I address this and many other issues in my workshop on private practice in Manchester on Friday 16th February 2018. Find out more at:


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