New dates for "JUST WHAT WE NEED" Training Course
JUST WHAT WE NEED
Skills for Therapists and Group Facilitators
During this 4 day training you will experience:
- The Core Principles of the Human Givens Therapeutic Approach
- Effective Group Facilitation Skills
- Creative and Concrete Interpretations of 1:1 Therapy
- Experiential Just What We Need Programme
- Increased Confidence, Understanding and Creativity
Dates for the next 2 courses available:
MONDAY 18th September 2017- 21st September 2017
MONDAY 5th March 2018- 8th March 2018
Venue: to be confirmed
Total Cost: £600.00.
Refreshments & Programme Manual included
For more information and to register please contact facilitators:
CARMEN KANE: 07812030869 / firstname.lastname@example.org
LINDA HOGGAN: 07870288321 / email@example.com
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‘JUST WHAT WE NEED’ is a therapeutic group approach using a Human Givens framework. Dates for the next 2 courses are available.