Toward richer practice:
An exploration of other-field understandings we may incorporate into our sessions
Focus of presentation
I present three case studies to explore how understandings from other fields may be usefully incorporated into our sessions while we remain rooted in the broad, holistic practice of Psychosynthesis ideals, concepts, and techniques. After the presentation of each case and a brief outline of the main theoretical underpinnings of the field that may be “imported”, I suggest how an incorporation could work. Whole-group discussion after each case presentation may centre on aspects such as how bringing in other understandings may both serve and limit the client, the circumstances (if any) under which it should occur, pitfalls to look out for, and important clinical and ethical considerations.
Thursday, June 8th
This is a Zoom-only event
PANZA invites you to a workshop facilitated by Meg Carbonatto
After completing the Psychosynthesis training in 1999, I worked both in private counselling/psychotherapy practice and in various projects as a management trainer/developer until immigrating to Australia in 2011. For the last twelve years I have maintained a private counselling/psychotherapy practice 1-1.5 days a week, and worked as a course writer (four days a week) for the Mental Health Academy in Brisbane. MHA is an online company offering continuing professional education to counsellors, psychotherapists, psychologists, and social workers. In writing the various courses and resources, I have been privileged to pepper the materials as heavily as possible with references to Psychosynthesis and esteemed master teachers Helen and Peter!
- Thursday 8 June 2023
- 7pm – 9pm
Registrations are welcome from the Psychosynthesis Community, however, this workshop is designed for and will make most sense to those who are clinically trained.
- PAnzA members – FREE
- Non-members – $20
The workshop will be recorded and available via the website to PAnzA members.
- Online – by Zoom