Excellent, right up my street! Totally appropriate.
Amazing, thought provoking. Inspiring to learn so much more on
Most enjoyable, especially enjoyed group and pairs work.
WOW!! Absolutely fascinating.
Very informative and interesting and useful for clients and
Ran smoothly, good handouts.
Like balance of theory and experiential.
Definitely value for money.
EXISTENTIALISM: CHALLENGES AND CONTRIBUTIONS TO
with Mick Cooper
On Saturday 7th October 2006 10.00am to 4.00 pm
Cost £95.00 – including lunch and
This one day workshop offered counsellors and psychotherapists
of all orientations an opportunity to develop their
understanding of existential philosophy and therapeutic
approaches, and to look at ways in which it might help them to
enhance their therapeutic practice.
workshop involved a combination of theoretical input,
discussion and exercises, and focused on four particular
aspects of existential thinking:-
The exploration of freedom and choice.
Coming to terms with the limitations of existence.
Understanding human beings as beings in relationship
The human need for meaning.
Mick Cooper, Ph.D., UKCP Reg., is a Senior Lecturer in
Counselling at the University of Strathclyde and a UKCP-registered
existential psychotherapist. Mick is author of Existential
Therapies, (Sage 2005), co-author with Dave Mearns
of Working at Relational Depth in Counselling and
Psychotherapy, (Sage 2005), and has written several
chapters and papers on aspects of existential therapy,
person-centred therapy and self-plurality.
Mick has recently been awarded the BACP Research Prize
recognising achievement in Counselling & Psychotherapy 2005
award in the experienced researcher category for his
evaluation of an innovative counselling in schools project.
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trainer, I was delighted with the resources and attention to
detail provided by the team at Pebblestones. They were a real
pleasure to work with, and I look forward for providing
training with them again at some point in the future’
Mick Cooper, Ph.D., UKCP Reg.
Professor of Counselling, University of Strathclyde.