The fundamental importance of the therapist’s congruence or genuineness has been addressed widely in client-centred literature. (Rogers 1986). It is also recognised that the presence of the therapist and the manner in which they express themselves has a profound affect on therapeutic work.
Are we aware of our own flow of experiencing and how transparent are we in communicating our perceptions, attitudes and feelings.This is an experiential day focusing on one of the basic attitudes for change as proposed by Carl Rogers.

Date: November 10th 2012 10am-4.30pm

Cost: £50.00 (waged) £37.50 (part waged) £25.00 (unwaged)