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Organisation Description

The University of Roehampton, formerly Roehampton Institute of Higher Education, is a public university in the United Kingdom, situated on three major sites in Roehampton, south-west London. Set on London’s most beautiful campus, the University of Roehampton offers a high-quality student experience with outstanding staff and facilities.

CPD Courses and Workshops Available

  • Relational Depth

    Workshop | University of Roehampton

    University of Roehampton

    We offer one of the largest range of therapeutic training courses in the country; to give you a strong understanding of the mind; brain and human behaviour; and the complex interactions between them.

  • Existential Therapy

    Workshop | University of Roehampton

    University of Roehampton

    We offer one of the largest range of therapeutic training courses in the country; to give you a strong understanding of the mind; brain and human behaviour; and the complex interactions between them.

  • Meaning-oriented grief

    Workshop | University of Roehampton

    University of Roehampton

    Meaning-oriented grief therapy is a constructivist and existential approach that seeks to facilitate loss narrative reconstruction; developing a security-enhancing bond with the deceased and living a meaningful life without the deceased (Neimeyer et al.; 2011). Participants will be given an overview of the theoretical background of the approach; its rationale and empirical grounding. The majority of the workshop will be experiential and practical. A selection of therapeutic techniques will be presented; illustrated with clinical excerpts and video recordings from real-life cases. Participants will be able to have hands-on practice of these techniques; by themselves; and in pairs or triads.

  • Pluralistic therapy

    Workshop | University of Roehampton

    University of Roehampton

    This workshop will introduce; and look at the practical implications of; a pluralistic approach to counselling; psychotherapy and psychological practice. This framework was developed by John McLeod and Mick Cooper in the 2000s; and has since been adopted by a number of practitioners and training institutes across the UK and internationally. The pluralistic approach is a collaborative; integrative perspective; deeply rooted in humanistic and person-centred values. Its fundamental premise is that each client is unique; and therefore may need different things from therapy. On this basis; the pluralistic approach creates a framework in which practitioners can integrate a wide variety of understandings and methods into their practice. A key element of this pluralistic approach is shared decision making: talking to clients about what they want from therapy; and how they might most effectively be helped to get there.