This intake is now full. We are operating a waiting list.
Certificate in Working with Couples and Other Relationships › The Grove Training
You are encouraged to apply for the Spring intake instead. Venue: Spiral Centre, Islington N7.
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Previous intakes have been oversubscribed. So you are encouraged to register your interest sooner rather than later. Through teaching and experiential work, including role-plays and skills practice you will gain some insights and tools to work with the dynamics of relationships, as well as common issues arising in couple therapy — such as desire, conflict, potential separation, lack of relationship vision, communication blocks, endings.
The programme covers an introduction to psychosexual issues, with a greater emphasis on relational work. Through teaching and experiential work, including role-plays and skills practice you will gain some insights and tools to work with the dynamics of a couple client, as well as common issues arising in couple therapy. This CPD course is a foundation. Awareness of counter transference.
Psychosocial development. Stages in relationship and life issues.
Managing conflict in the therapy room. This course has a sex-positive philosophy, in which sex has a valid place within therapeutic work. There is no assessment other than attendance and participation. Although a reading list is provided, there is no formal requirement for further reading — although additional reading is recommended to enhance your professional development subsequent to the course. We also recommend that anyone undertaking couple therapy seeks supervision from a suitable qualified professional, to support this important area of work.
She has also worked as a psychotherapist with individuals and couples, and a supervisor for individual and couple work, for twenty-five years. This approach includes research from neuroscience, complementary and alternative health therapies and cognitive behavioural therapy, and draws from eastern sexual healing practices as well western approaches to psychosexual therapy.
She is an experienced practitioner in her client work and training roles, with a speciality in psychosexual therapy.
Certificate in working with Couples and Other Relationships
Who is this course is designed for This CPD training is designed for qualified counsellors and psychotherapists who are experienced in working with individual clients, but who wish to become confident in offering relationship therapy. The course covers different forms of relationship, such as same-sex couples, plus open or polyamorous relationships.
The Grove is committed to the provision of training which is inclusive for participants from a diverse range of professional and cultural backgrounds. These terms are shown in the course contract which every applicant is expected to sign when enrolling; and are described in the course handbook at the start of the training.
Any participant may be suspended from the course if their behaviour is deemed by The Grove to be contrary to this statement. Enjoyable and I feel more confident as a result to start working with couples and taking what I have learnt in to my work with clients who bring their relationship and struggles.
It was a pleasure to meet you Cabby. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and experience in such an accessible and real way. I really enjoyed the course and gained a lot from it. The outlook and stance taken by Cabby was refreshing and challenged me in lots of ways — great!.
Very good notes and material to accompany the theory presented. Many thanks again for a thought-provoking, interesting and beautifully taught and held course, I thoroughly enjoyed it. The entrance to Spiral is actually in Annette Road on the corner with Shelburne Road, at the back of the Waitrose car park.
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Sexual touch has meaning that no other touch can convey, and we can tell the truth or tell lies with our bodies. Singles as well as married persons are called to make covenants with God, self and others particular to their vocation in life, as fulfilled in work and service commitments and in relationships with others.
If sexuality is appreciated in its full meaning, Jesus is truly our model for healthy sexuality and chaste living. Jesus teaches sexuality in the context of covenant relationships. We become who we are in how we relate to others. While Jesus was celibate, his single state does not negate his human sexuality. In his life, Jesus teaches us that love and sex are not always the same thing. He enjoyed relationships that were intimate, faithful, equalitarian, and self-less — without genital relations. Each disciple of Jesus is called to grow in self knowledge and find healthy alternatives for behavior that one wants to avoid.
This may mean avoiding media, places or persons that are sources of temptation.
Especially, one should ask for support and enlist the help of family and friends. We each need to live in a network of friendship where we will really find our place and where we will be valued. Married people also practice chastity by faithfulness to one spouse and openness to life in their lovemaking. The goodness of healthy and holy sexual relationships between men and women is celebrated in the Bible. The first Man and Woman experienced fruitful relations and peaceful community in Paradise.