Working in an ongoing therapy group provides us with the opportunity to learn about how we relate to ourselves and others. Witnessing others work in a trusting environment can permit us to share more of ourselves and get feedback on how others see and respond to us. We can develop new ways of communicating and connecting with others.
Room Hire for Weekend Workshops, Groups & Courses
If you want to run a one-off, series or regular workshop, group or course, at the weekend, City Therapy Rooms is the ideal location. Our large therapy room can hold up to 16 people. City Therapy Rooms is easy for anyone to travel to being just 2 minutes walk from the nearest Central Line tube station, Chancery Lane, 10 minutes from the nearest Overground / Crossrail station at Farringdon and Tottenham Court Road.
For more information about costs and availability contact Brian Cotsen firstname.lastname@example.org
Pesso Boyden Therapy Groups in London with Kate McGeever
Pesso Boyden therapy is a powerful therapy that works in a group context with the use of objects and role players to provide participants with a healing experience to overcome past traumas, wounds and losses.
She also runs occasional one day introductions to the method in London.
She has co-led Pesso Boyden residential groups in Wales, Egypt and Spain.
If you would like to be put on the mailing list for the monthly group, the one day introductory days or for the residential groups please contact Kate McGeever using the Pesso Boyden Course enquiry form…
Group in Spring 2019
January 2019 – March 2019
Tuesday Mornings (15th January, 26th February, 19th March 2019)
09:30 – 15:30
City Therapy Rooms, 33 Furnival Street, London EC4A 1JQ
Find out more about the Pesso Boyden therapy day group in Central London
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Pesso Boyden Supervision and Guided Practice in London 2019
Three separate, stand-alone days, open to all
Convened and led by Sally Potter – Accredited Pesso Boyden Trainer
Location: City Therapy Rooms, 33 Furnival Street, London EC4A 1JQ
Timings: 9.15am – 5.45pm
For whom: PBSP live supervision places are open to anyone who has completed one year or more of Pesso Boyden training. You can attend one, two or three days.
Places as a client or as an observer-participant* are open to all. People new to this therapeutic method and those who want to learn more about it are welcome. Contact Sally if you want to explore if this is suitable for you as an observer-participant or as a client.
The purpose of each day is for the supervisee to learn more about leading PBSP structures, while also ensuring the client has a good experience.
£150 (£130) to attend as a supervisee and to have an hour and a quarter supervision slot giving a structure to a “live client”
£150 (£130) to attend as a client and have a guaranteed structure place led by a member of the group under Sally’s supervision
£90 (£80) to attend as an observer-participant
Cost shown in brackets for bookings made 3 months before the date
To book your place and make payment: click here (PDF opens in new window)
*Observer participants do not have their own individual turn in the group, yet always feel strongly engaged in the sessions. If willing they can be available to play roles for other people. They invariably experience deep connection and new learning through other participants’ work.
Pesso Boyden Taster Workshops with Sandy Cotter
These days are specifically designed to give you an experience of the fundamentals of the Pesso method through short lectures and interactive exercises along with demonstration ‘structures’.
May 18th (Saturday)
May 19th (Sunday)
The above dates are standalone dates but you can attend both if you wish to.
June 29th (Saturday)
09:30 – 17:30
£100 per day plus £50 if you wish to take a ‘structure’.
For more information please contact Sandy Cotter
Talking About Death and Dying
A workshop to explore your thoughts, fears and experiences of death and dying
It’s not always easy to know how to talk about death. Most of us avoid it. Awkwardness, fear and sadness means we tend to shy away from asking ourselves important questions. How do we feel about dying? What are our fears and fantasies about death? How do we want to die? What happens after we die? What is it like to be with someone who is dying? What do you say? If you have been with someone who has died, how do you deal with the memory? How do you experience grief and loss? Talking and listening, sharing our fears, about how we imagine death will be, about what we have seen and experienced, can be empowering, enlightening and reassuring.
Our approach is non denominational and is not based on any spiritual, philosophical or religious belief system. The workshop is open to everyone.
Sophie Boss and Ben Gold are experienced group leaders who hold a confidential, therapeutic space and guide the conversations and exercises with skill, kindness and respect. They have been running groups for almost twenty years.
Date: 21st September 2019
Location & Venue: Central London
For more details and booking, visit talkingaboutdeath.co.uk