HAFT Workshop Held on February 5th 2016
Helen and Martin ran a one day workshop for Hampshire Association of Family Therapy titled ‘Video Interaction Guidance in Therapy and Supervision at Haskins Garden Centre, Southampton. Thank you to the HAFT committee (below) for inviting us to present.
Video Enhanced Reflective Practice: Professional Development through Attuned Interactions has been launched. Helen and Martin are very pleased to have been able to be authors of a chapter ‘Containing Conversations: VERP in A Secure Forensic In-patient setting. This book will be of interest to all professionals who would like to reflect on their interactions using a strength based approach.
Bath 2-day introductory training 30th June & 1st July
‘It has been a pleasure to be here amongst helpful and patient trainers who have supported my learning.’
‘Very enjoyable, lovely supportive group. Felt safe and contained.’
‘High quality training in a supportive environment.’
‘The trainers bring a huge amount of experience/knowledge and humour to the work. This makes it accessible.’
‘Both Helen and Martin have vast knowledge and experience. They still enjoy ‘doing’ – that alone says so much.’
What participants have said about previous trainings
“Excellent. I really appreciated the modelling of the approach throughout the training. The facilitators really showed us how it’s done.”
“Relaxed, skillful, forgiving, respectful.”
“I enjoyed the training experience – it was challenging, but always positive and encouraging.”
“Knowledgeable, clear and very approachable presenters.”
“Very enjoyable, I quickly felt at ease and able to ask questions.”
“A good balance between relaxed/fun and challenging.”
“Huge relevance to my work and I am very much looking forward to developing and improving my skills.”
“I really enjoyed both days. It has really connected with a thread throughout my working life that I wanted to develop.”
Comments about supervision
“Helen has provided group supervision at my workplace for a year and a half. She has a very effective approach – facilitating discussions and helping us learn and develop skills. I know from talking to my colleagues that everyone in the team found Helen’s supervision sessions helpful in improving our practice.”
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