Thank you Prof. Keith Tudor for the recent engaging webinar on Working Relationally,
and thank you to all our participants
The webinar was held on 30th May - It focused on working relationally in counselling and psychotherapy. Drawing both on person-centred psychology and transactional analysis, the workshop presented ideas about working relationally with clients.
Learning Outcomes for participants:
- To understand some of the history of relational approaches to counselling and psychotherapy.
- To be able to reflect on the benefits of working relationally with clients.
- To be more aware of how to work with material that is present between the client and the therapist.
- To be able to think (more) critically about methods that privilege action over reflection.
Keith is a CTA and TSTA in the field of psychotherapy, with strong links with the other fields of application in TA. He is professor of psychotherapy at Auckland University of Technology in Aotearoa New Zealand, and has a keen interest in the history of ideas in TA and in critical thinking. He is the author of many publications in TA, the latest of which is a book about the life and work of Claude Steiner.