Join Sue Parker Hall for this popular 2-day workshop. Deepen your understanding of working with your clients' anger & rage.
This course, delivered over 2-days, will help counsellors, psychotherapists and others in helping professions deepen their understanding of, and confidence in, working with their own and clients’ anger and rage.
This workshop defines and differentiates between anger and rage, explores the positive aspects of anger and identifies a wide range of ways in which anger gets distorted.
Presents neuroscience, academic and positive outcomes in psychotherapy research, which support a relational approach and methodologies for working with anger and rage.
Provides really useful models to guide participants' practice and to share with clients, as well as methodologies that are both professionally and personally useful.
Deepens understanding about how a therapeutic relationship alone provides clients with everything they need to address their anger and rage issues.
Arms participants with up to date neuroscience, positive outcomes in therapy and academic research findings.
An empathic, relational approach will be experienced first hand as the process of the training mirrors the approach being advocated.
There is an opportunity to view a demonstration of the approach, skills practice, a supervision slot to discuss a case and opportunities throughout for Q&A.
Upcoming Workshops (Weekends)
2 x Daily Sessions (including Session Breaks):
Saturday 27th November 2021 (9.30am - 5.00pm)
Sunday 28th November 2021 (9.30am - 4.00pm)
Daily Session Breaks: Three (Morning, Lunch and Afternoon)
Please note that you will need to attend all of both days in order to receive a CPD certificate
Key Features (10 good reasons to book your place):
- 12% of the population of England, Scotland and Wales said they had trouble expressing their anger; that’s a very sizeable client group (Boiling Point report, MHF, 2008).
- More and more health authorities do not make provision for patients with anger issues and suggest to their patients that they seek help privately.
- You will deepen your understanding about how a therapeutic relationship alone provides your client with everything they need to address their anger and rage issues.
- Feedback about the quality of this training, it’s relevance to practice and it’s usefulness personally to participants is consistently very high.
- Through this training you will discover that you already have all the necessary skills to work with anger and rage.
- Rage is an issue for all of us, not just those who come to the attention of authorities or come to us as clients; participants have experienced helpful insights into their own anger and rage processes.
- You will find it really helpful in your practice to deepen your understanding about the differences between anger and rage and how to work with them.
- You will take away really useful models to guide your practice and to share with your client.
- You will be armed with up to date neuroscience, positive outcomes in therapy and academic research findings which challenge the mainstream understanding of and approach to rage issues.
- Participants have commented on how the process of the training mirrors the approach being advocated and experience an empathic, relational approach first hand.
Our Anger, Rage and Relationship workshops are open to anyone with an interest in the subject matter, wants to develop their skills and expand their knowledge. This workshop is particularly aimed at counsellors, psychotherapists and those in helping professions who work therapeutically with others.
About the Tutor:
Sue Parker Hall
Sue is passionately committed to practising, researching and teaching philosophy and methods that recognise a real human relationship as the crucible and the vehicle for positive change.
She has over 20 years of practice working with a wide range of issues and diverse client groups and is author of ‘Anger, Rage and Relationship: An Empathic Approach to Anger Management’ (2008, Routledge).
Sue trains other counsellors and psychotherapists, nationally and internationally to work with these phenomena in an empathic, relational way.
COVID-19 College Regulations:
- Do not enter if you have displayed any symptoms of COVID-19 within the last 14 days or potentially been in contact with anyone who has had or displayed symptoms within the last 14 days.
- Please adhere to social distancing guidelines at all times ensuring to keep 2 meters distance at least.
- Do not share stationary or tools these should be kept for individual use.
- All paperwork to be signed and sent electronically only.
- Use hand wipes, gels or other sanitisers provided.
- Ensure any equipment you are bringing on site has been cleaned and disinfected prior to coming onto site.
- Please wash your hands on a regular basis.
- Please cough, sneeze or blow your nose into tissues and dispose of these immediately, if none are available please cough or sneeze into your elbow and wash immediately.
- Use any PPE required as per the sites rules.
- We will be sending all attendees a COVID-19 Pre-Visit Declaration Form prior to the event.
This is an 'in person' workshop, based at Iron Mill's venue in Exeter. The running of this workshop as an 'in person' workshop is dependent on the Covid-19 restrictions and social distancing measures in place at the time of the workshop date. If Covid-19 restrictions are such that the workshop cannot go ahead in person, it will either be postponed or moved online. If this happens, all delegates will be contacted and offered the choice to re-book or receive a refund. We will review arrangements 2 weeks' before the event and inform you of any changes.
*Please note: Ticket Sales end midday the day before the event starts.