THE NORTHEN IRELAND COUNSELLING FORUM
Relational Resilience/Therapy to Thrive not only Survive: Five Essential Practices for Even More Effective Counselling and Psychotherapy
- Would you like to reboot your practice and life with a clear working framework and an approach to language/’the client story’ (and your own needs and desires), in ways that can stop harm for the client, you, and others, while holding out new possibilities for well being, aliveness, creativity, more intimate and satisfying connection to self, others and resourceful situations?
- May like to become part of a bigger team and international network of Relational Resilience team delivering this approach to children, young people, families, groups and organisations?
This workshop forms part of a series of trainings and consultancy available from Rosie Burrows, PhD; Relational Resilience CIC, that seeks to offer the latest internationally recognized and validated innovations in counselling and therapy, alongside practice and research wisdom gained from thirty years working locally as well as internationally.
Rosie Burrows, PhD, BACP Relational Resilience / Research Fellow, The George Mitchell Institute for Global Security, Peace and Justice, Queens University
Rosie Burrows has been working with individuals, couples, groups, communities, organisations and at societal level, for over thirty years. She has co authored and published award winning research that contributed with others to the recognition of transgenerational trauma in N.Ireland. Her commitment is to finding the most effective interventions that decrease suffering, and increase connection to who we really are, the human being with unique qualities, gifts and purpose in life, underneath the layers of conditioning and events. She has taught Gestalt at Masters level in Integrative Psychotherapy for seven years in Dublin, has been External Examiner of the Children’s Therapy Centre, Westmeath, for four years, and is currently External Examiner of Diploma and Masters in Gestalt Psychotherapy at the Metanoia Institute, London, which is becoming the first University of Counselling and Therapy in the UK. She is also active in international and European bodies of counselling and psychotherapy, coaching, human rights and organizational development
Rosie is a psychotherapist, supervisor, trainer and research/writer trained in embodied relational practices underpinned by a radical relational and spiritual understanding of our interconnectedness, that includes the need for human rights and earth rights. That also advocates the need to intervene in developmental and shock trauma as well as value our natural creativity. She loves nature and photography, plays piano, is a member of Ormeau Community Choir, and Women Aloud NI, and performs occasional poetry. She is a mother of two daughters and grandmamo. She has been a founding member of two organisations, a past Board member of the Women’s Resource and Development Agency, and has contributed to the development of other community organisations. She is also active on eco therapy, climate change and regenerative cult
Date: 15thFebruary 2020
Venue: Friends’ Meeting House
Library, bring a book – exchange a book
Tea/coffee e available from 9.30am – workshop 10am – 1230pm approx.
Please contact 07775947991 for further details;
Cost: £10 members £5 non-members
CPD Certificate supplied