Rogers, Berne, Perls and Skinner were all contemporaries, who were responsible for key developments in psychotherapy and counselling. This one day workshop will look briefly at the history and development of humanistic psychology with comparisons across Person Centred, Gestalt and Transactional Analysis theory.
There will be some didactic teaching together with small and larger group discussion. In addition, we will be taking part in experiential work.
To book your place, click on the Book Tickets button below. Each day’s attendance costs £75*.
The day starts at 10.00am and finishes at 4.30pm with a one hour lunch break and session breaks.
The course content includes:
- History of the development of humanistic psychology
- Comparisons between key concepts in person centred and TA theory.
- Opportunity to experience the difference between person centred and TA approaches by looking at how we understand the group process in relation to theoretical concepts.
- Delegates are also invited to bring client cases for comparative supervisions.
Keemar is our guest trainer for this course.
He has been working as a psychotherapist since 1993 & supervisor since 2000. His professional journey has taken him on a long and rich path of experience with diverse and inspiring clients and he has in excess of 20,000 hours experience in this profession; including supervising other professionals, students, teams and organisations.
Keemar has worked in or managed Counselling Services in a variety of settings including the NHS, University Counselling Service; the Voluntary, Hospice, Prison and Youth Sector’s and in Independent practice.
Together with his other work, Keemar has been educating Counsellors & Psychotherapists since 2000 (www.temenos.ac.uk) and he an Accredited and Registered member of the BACP. His qualifications include: Dip Couns Metanoia Institute; Certificate Training Temenos Education Ltd; Diploma Supervision, Institute for Person-Centred Learning; Diploma Mediation Conflict Management Plus; Certified Equine Assisted Psychotherapist EAGALA.