An online, inspirational, short, interactive talk followed by a Q&A that covers the basic premise of Psychotherapy.
About this event
This online short interactive talk covers the basic premise of the theory and practice of psychotherapy. It will be useful for people wanting to consider training in the field of counselling or psychotherapy.
In addition this serves to inform people who are considering having some psychotherapy. There will be opportunity for questions and discussion including similarities and differences between counselling and psychotherapy.
If you are interested in furthering or starting a brand new career in Psychotherapy, please visit our website to study with a leading trainer provider in Exeter, Devon:
There will be time for a Q&A session, so please bring your questions!
Key benefits include being able to make an informed choice about how to attend to mental health and which professional training might suit best.
Participants will gain an overview of the field of psychotherapy including the origins, development over the years and contemporary perspectives. Some clarity on the relationship between counselling and psychotherapy will also be gained.
Meet Karen Minikin:
Karen Minikin has a clinical and supervision practice in Wellington, West Somerset. She teaches TA psychotherapy at the Iron Mill, as well as visiting other TA teaching venues. She has served for council and a range of committees with her national organisation and is current a co-editor for the Transactional Analysis Journal. She specialises in radical and relational approaches in psychotherapy and supervision.
All of our online 'live-classroom' events are delivered via Zoom. You will be provided with further details after registration and you will be fully supported by a member of the Iron Mill Online Team, if you need any 'tech assistance' during the session. We're always on hand to offer any help you may need!
Zoom Meeting Registration Process:
Please follow these steps to complete the Zoom Meeting Registration for this event:
- Shortly after purchasing your ticket via Eventbrite, you will receive an email confirmation from Eventbrite containing the link to this event's Online Event Page- From this Online Event Page, simply click on the event's image link as directed.- This will take you to the Zoom Meeting Registration page where you will be able to complete your webinar registration. We recommend completing the above steps as soon as possible after purchasing your ticket.
Please note that registering for your ticket will close at 3pm on Thursday 13th Jan 2022.