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Tsafi Lederman & Jenny Stacey
What you say can be as important as what you do with your patients. Being able to listen to the patient and communicate in simple, focused ways is an essential part of clinical work.
This one-day course will provide an introduction to counselling skills that can be applied in the manual/physical therapy clinical setting.

  • An introduction to the relevance of counselling skills for manual and physical therapists
  • Exploring some aspects of the therapeutic relationship
  • Theoretical input and an opportunity to experiment with fundamental counselling skills including: reflecting, paraphrasing, empathic listening, focusing and tracking

Date: 17 Jun 2017

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CPD hours: 7 • cost: £125
Tsafi Lederman is a UKCP registered and practicing psychotherapist who specialises in body-psychotherapy and integrative art psychotherapy. She has a private psychotherapy and supervision practice in London. She studied body-psychotherapy at the Gerda Boyesen Centre and Integrative Arts Psychotherapy (IATE). She is the co-director of the Centre for Professional Development in Osteopathy and Manual Therapy and a tutor and supervisor of the MA programme at IATE. Tsafi has been running workshops and teaching psychotherapy and bodywork for over 18 years. She is co-author of the section on psychological processes in "The Science and Practice of Manual Therapy" (2005) and a chapter titled "Touch as a Therapeutic Intervention" in the book 'Morphodynamics in Osteopathy' (2006)
Jenny Stacey is a gestalt psychotherapist and supervisor, and has her own therapy practice in Yorkshire. She works one day a week in a school as a therapist and also works within organisations in the voluntary and statutory sector as a trainer, group facilitator and consultant, looking at communication and conflict. She is a Co Director of the Certificate of Creativity and Imagination, and the diploma in the Therapeutic & educational application of the arts at the Institute for Arts in Therapy and Education. She is co-author of "Counselling Skills for Creative Arts Therapists" (1999 Worth Publishing, London).