Resourcing The Helping Professional
Working with people, particularly in challenging environments, can have a significant impact on our own systems. To ensure we can sustain offering out… without burning out… it’s imperative we can effectively restore and nourish ourselves.
This one-day workshop will ask the question what happens to me when I give out to others? … and, we’ll consider what enhances our capacity to self-resource and self-nurture?
Joining together in an ancient woodland in the heart of Derbyshire, we offer you the opportunity to turn your attention towards yourself for a day. There will be space to reflect in nature, work creatively with and within nature, in your own space and within the group. There will be a fire-pit to gather round, nourishing refreshments and friendly faces.
Saturday 5th October 2019 in Shining Cliff Woods, Ambergate, Derbyshire
Times: 10am – 4pm
Cost: Early bird: £65 before 5th Sept / £85 from 6th Sept
Facilitated by Natasha Sephton / co-facilitated by Kirsty Weedon. Refreshments included. Please bring your own lunch. CPD certificates available on completion
For more information and to book, please email Natasha.
Natasha Sephton has been delivering Dramatherapy, Nature-based therapy, Lifespan Integration and Supervision to individuals and groups from her private practice in Derbyshire for 14 years. Natasha is also a director of a therapy and training organisation, Lifespan Integration UK.
Prior to becoming a therapist, she worked for 12 years as a senior youth worker, development trainer and outdoor pursuits instructor. In addition to her private practice, Natasha offers outdoor groups and workshops for therapists, counsellors and other helping professionals integrating nature-based experiences and creative processes.
Kirsty Weedon is senior trainee in Psychodrama Psychotherapy, with a Post-Graduate Certificate in Emotional Education. She runs weekly Psychodrama Psychotherapy groups for women, and for adults in recovery from alcohol and substance misuse. She also works 1:1 with clients from her private practice in Nottingham.
Kirsty delivers Outdoor Psychodrama workshops for professionals. She has over 15 years’ experience working with people outdoors, and is a qualified Mountain Leader, Forest School Practitioner, and outdoor first aider.