Let’s talk about… Online Therapy – Online EventBook tickets
Why not join us this evening to share our experiences of moving our psychotherapy practice online? Although some models of therapy have been offered online for years, for many psychodynamic and psychoanalytic therapists it’s new.
Are you scanning the literature for help?
This is an opportunity to learn, share and explore some of the dilemmas, difficulties, opportunities and surprises around working online for both clinician and patient with fellow psychotherapists and counsellors.
By the end of the workshop, you will have the opportunity to:
1. Consider issues around working therapeutically online.
2. Explore some of the issues, dilemmas and opportunities of providing psychotherapy and counselling online.
3. Share a range of experiences of providing psychotherapy and counselling online.
4. Increase your confidence and competence in working without the physical framework of a consulting room.
This workshop will begin with a short introduction followed by talks from the two workshop leaders. There will be small group discussions and a full plenary to draw out shared insights and learning from the workshop.
Sarah qualified as a psychodynamic psychotherapist in 2012. Sarah has worked in private practice, as a seminar leader at WPF therapy and workshop facilitator for the University Mentoring Organisation (UMO). She works as a Specialist Mental Health Mentor for UMO, mentoring both in person and online since 2016.
Cate is a Psychodynamic Psychotherapist trained at WPF Therapy. She is Counselling Lead in NHS Primary Care (IAPT). As part of the Senior Management Team, Cate has recent experience of implementing a rapid reconfiguration of her IAPT Service systems, staff working arrangements and patient communications to provide online and telephone therapy from remote settings in response to COVID-19. She also practices and supervises in Private Practice. She teaches and trains extensively in the field and consults in these roles in a range of public and private organisations.