Setting up your own counselling private practice can be exciting but it can also be overwhelming in knowing where to start.
The day will equip you with a step by step plan of what you need to put in place before you start seeing clients. It is a practical workshop which includes a lot of tips on how to make the process manageable. It’s delivered in an engaging way with lots of opportunity for questions so you can make it work for you. It also offers you an opportunity to meet other therapists who are in the same situation.
Location: Waffle 21, Colonial House, Swinemoor Lane, Beverley HU17 0LS
Date: Friday 7th June 2019
Cost: Early bird ticket at £60 to include refreshments and lunch (£70 after 24th May)
Please note: Ample parking is available and there are nearby bus routes
Caroline is a BACP accredited counsellor with over 15 years experience as a qualified counsellor. She worked for many years in a young people's counselling service in York, before setting up a private practice five years ago from a room in a G.P.'s surgery in Beverley.
Since then she has gradually built up the practice and established Beverley Counselling & Psychotherapy in 2018. Six therapists now work from this newly renovated therapy centre, offering an array of therapeutic approaches to clients of all ages, alongside clinical superivion and CPD workshops.
She is also a clinical supervisor and tutor.
Caroline believes in the necessity of a sense of humour, particularly when grappling with intracacies such as the new data protection guidelines.
This workshop is for counsellors and therapists who would like to incorporate systemic ideas into their practice. Ideal for those wanting to work with couples or families
This workshop is intended for practitioners who are interested in working with people who have experienced loss or bereavement.