Introducing the work of Marshall Rosenberg and the modality of Non-Violent Communication (NVC), this workshop will explore how we express ourselves and how we hear others; and how we can increase our ability to create meaningful connections, both with others and with ourselves, and how we can empower our clients to do the same within their own relationships.
Effective, empathic and non-judgemental communication remains at the heart of our work as therapists. NVC can help us deepen our own self-awareness in order to recognise and express our own feelings and needs, and to hear the underlying unmet needs of others, often expressed in unuseful ways, such as anger or violence.
The course is open to all student and qualified hypnotherapists, counsellors, NLP Master Practitioners and psychotherapists.
Our course abides by the Code of Ethics of the National Hypnotherapy Society and National Counselling Society.
Joanna Taylor is a UKCP Registered Neuro-Linguistic Psychotherapist, an Accredited Clinical Hypnotherapist, Approved Hypnotherapy Supervisor and an INLPTA Certified Trainer of NLP. Her training was undertaken at Dr Susi Strang & Associates.
She is an accredited member of the National Hypnotherapy Society, the Neuro-Linguistic Psychotherapy and Counselling Association (NLPtCA) and the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP), and a member of INLPTA. She also has qualifications in Life Coaching and EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique).
Joanna lives in rural North Yorkshire with her husband John, and three canine members of staff who all feature frequently in her blog, The Teachings of Dog. She has had articles published in a number of dental publications, and is a member of an advisory committee for the British Dental Association, researching stress in dentistry.
The course fee includes course manual, lunch and light refreshments, and represents 7 hours of verifiable CPD.