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The Centre for Natural Reflection - Continuing Professional Development for Outdoor Therapists


The Centre for Natural Reflection - Outdoor therapy Training & Events. Martin 2013

In Memoriam

Many of you will know that my dear friend and outdoor colleague Martin Jordan died unexpectedly on 5th Jan 2017. He and I worked closely together for many years, and he is an important formative presence in the work I offer on this page.





TRAINING COURSES 2019




The Centre for Natural Reflection - Outdoor therapy Training & Events. PM groupspace

Taking Therapy Outside - Understanding Therapeutic Practice in Outdoor Natural Spaces

Shining Cliff Woods, Ambergate, Derbyshire
Facilitated by Hayley Marshall

25th - 28th July
or
12th -15th Sept
2019


With a brand new format, this popular extended weekend course will be entering it's 8th year in 2019. It is suitable for therapy professionals such as counsellors, psychotherapists, arts therapists, psychologists who want to explore the potential for their work in moving into an outdoor, natural space.


For all enquiries please E mail by clicking here. As both courses are now full, I am also taking names for a provisional list for next year's courses - this is also filling fast - please Email me for more details about 2020 dates and to be placed on this list.




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The Natural Reflections Group

For Outdoor Psychotherapists, Counsellors & Psychologists.

Takes place across 4 weekends each year at
Shining Cliff Woods, Ambergate, Derbyshire
This unique seasonal closed group - entering its 5th year in 2019 - is for qualified practitioners wishing to explore and develop their outdoor professional & personal practice.

Facilitated by Hayley Marshall

12th-14th April
14th -16th June
6th - 8th Sept
29th Nov - 1st Dec
2019

Cost: £750 (£100 deposit - rest payable in installments).


The 2019 NR Group is now full - For details of the group in 2020 & to be considered for a place next year, please E mail by clicking here.




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WORKING IN THE FIELD

AN INTRODUCTION TO ECO-TA





A brand new TA based outdoor course for 2020 at The Berne Institute Kegworth!


This programme is the first of its kind - an introductory experience into ecotherapy and holistic education practice and theory. Hosted by the Berne Institute and delivered by Hayley Marshall, PTSTA (P) and Giles Barrow TSTA (E), participants will be given opportunities to explore how nature, landscape and environment can provide powerful agency into clinical and educational practices.

Whilst ecotherapy and holistic education have been around for some years, they have, so far, remained outside of mainstream TA theory and practice. We see this programme being at the growing edge in terms of integrating these timely, earth-spirit based themes into the work of the TA practitioner. Whether it’s with a view to healing trauma with clients, building connection to natural agency, or promoting holistic development through learning, this programme will engage the practitioner with the outdoors, as classroom or therapy space, or perhaps something quite new entirely.

The workshops will each involve extended periods working outside in the local landscapes and engage participants beyond the familiar theoretical and applied territories, into the somatic and embodied regions of what it is to be a therapist and educator. Topics will include working therapeutically with protocol, symbolic movement and experience, script, liminality, cycles of development, story and myth, clarifying vocational purpose and eldership. Practical aspects of working outdoors with clients will also be covered, and it is intended that participants try out ideas in between workshops, feeding back and having supervision incorporated into the process.

Some TA Knowledge required but generally all welcome!

Click here for fuller details


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