Cambridge Adlerian Society
Developing the study and practice of Individual Psychology and Adlerian Counselling in the Cambridge area through a rolling programme of workshops, talks and certificated training courses to Diploma level
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Discussion Evenings: Feb-May 2016
A NEW VENUE for most of our talks is the St James Church Hall, Wulfstan Way, Queen Edith's, Cambridge CB1 8QJ. All welcome for coffee/teas from 7.30pm. Talks start at 8pm and finish promptly by 9.30pm. £5 entry includes attendance certificate.
Wednesday 27 January 2016 at St James Church Hall, Wulfstan Way
Margaret Nimmo-Smith: The Therapeutic Use of Textiles
"I have long been a devotee of fabric and its use. I have used squares of fabric in workshops and with clients for many years but recently have been on a therapeutic pegloom workshop and also have other ideas on the therapeutic use of fabric in different contexts. Come and experience a touchy-feely type of evening and be prepared to experiment."
Margaret is an experienced counsellor, supervisor and current trainer on the Bottisham Adlerian Diploma Course and has many years' experience working with Cambridge Cruse Bereavement Care.
Wednesday 24 February 2016 at St James Church Hall, Wulfstan Way
Janet Rand: 'Counselling within the NHS: The Challenges and Joys - A Personal Experience'
Wednesday 23 March 2016 Venue to be confirmed
Elinor Brown: 'Paws.b' - Teaching Mindfulness in Schools
Wednesday 27 April 2016 at St James Church Hall, Wulfstan Way
Bruce Tate: 'I Know What I Want. And I Want It NOW!'
Wednesday 18 May 2016 at St James Church Hall, Wulfstan Way
Anthea Millar: Trauma Recovery and Social Connection
See below for information on:
Information on Adlerian Counselling courses and training in Individual Psychology in Cambridge | CPD training workshops for therapists and counsellors in the Cambridge area | Directory of qualified Adlerian counsellors in the Cambridge, Newmarket and Royston areas | Details of national and international Adlerian summer schools and residential conferences | Links to Adlerian organisations and groups