We are excited to announce will be facilitating a one hour workshop at the International Conference for Pluralism in Counselling and Psychotherapy next month.

The conference explores the theory and impact of shared decision making in counselling and psychotherapy. Topics will include involving clients in setting goals for therapy, sharing power in the therapeutic relationship and working collaboratively in a personalised way. 

We will be running a workshop that will explore the impact of involving people with a learning difficulty in the development of counselling. Our workshop focuses on how this can make counselling more accessible and give clients with a learning difficulty greater knowledge and power to make decisions about their therapy.

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