Money in the Therapy Room with Dee Holmes
September 13 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm£35 – £50
Dee says: “I will do an experiential exercise as an ice breaker and to get us used to thinking about money and our relationship with it.
I will focus on:
- What money means to us, what it means in the counselling room. Links to self-esteem / am I good enough
- Working in an agency, private practice and ‘free at the point of access counselling’. How do these different scenarios affect the therapeutic relationship?
- Money and couples and families and linking this to the Money Box programmes and what that short term focus on one practical element felt like
I have worked for Relate for 22 years as a couples counsellor, adding family, YP and children’s counselling to my portfolio with further training over the years. I am a qualified supervisor and now work as a senior practice consultant for Relate. I cover practice issues in the south-east of England and am involved in policy development with special responsibility for safeguarding and YP work. I am 55, married and have 2 girls in their 20’s. My previous career as an estate management officer in Manchester led me to my initial interest in couples counselling”.
2020 workshops cost £35 for ACPNL members, £50 for others.
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