Couple training can be delivered for organisations.
I can develop your Counsellors to work with couples in this challenging but rewarding work, both personally and financially.
Programs can be bespoke and tailored to your requirements and are accredited by the NCIP.
Please contact me to discuss your needs.
I cover the following areas of Couple work
holding the balance
attachment and systemic theory
scripts and messages
diversity and blended families
perception and reality
DV and the implications to couple work
Working online with couples.
Understanding these differences is paramount to Couple work but I also cover :
This course will help you to not only work with Couples but also the wider Client base that you encounter.
3 Day accredited course of Advance learning of working with Couples
Day 1 Working therapeutically with loss and rejection in the wider context.
Day 2 Genograms and the gathering of engaging therapeutic information.
Day 3 Sex and the symbolic understanding of the problem.
Following completion of these 3 days you will be able to:
Have the skills to build trust for the Client when working with grief
To use and apply the tools to help the process of closure
Be aware of the complexities of grief in the couple, family and wider context.
To use and be aware of how cultural identities reflect and can have complications in working with Loss
To understand and keep the balance of grief work within a Couple context
Have the skills to build trust and bonding with clients in a respectful non-biased way
To use and apply the information of family scripts and messages
Be aware of our Legal responsibilities in relation to information confidentiality and data protection
To use and be aware of how cultural identities reflect and cause conflict in relationships
Keep authentic and relevant information from a therapeutic and legal responsibility.
Feel comfortable in talking about sexuality, sexual processes and applications
To use and apply the tools to help the process of healing and building positive sexual unions.
Be aware of the complexities of control and power within a sexual connection
To use and be aware of how cultural identities reflect and can have complications in working with sex
To understand and keep building an appropriate and safe sexual connection.
Knowing when and who to refer on Client’s on to help the couple.