Psychosynthesis or Cybersynthesis?
Context, technology and our changing timeswith guest presenter
Keith SilvesterThursday, April 21st 7.00pm via Zoom
As the pandemic has shown, we have had to adapt our ways of working as therapists and trainers. There have been pluses and minuses of having to work online, particularly in respect of working with transference, the body and, quite crucially for us, the transpersonal.
As we emerge from the pandemic, new ways of working may well prove to be permanent. In practice, we are likely to embrace a hybrid approach to supervision, group work and training. In this workshop we will explore and examine some of our experiences, learnings and assumptions from the last two years with a view to making the most of a changed world.
The workshop will be led by Keith Silvester, a therapist and trainer who qualified at the London Institute of Psychosynthesis.
Formerly the training director of the Psychosynthesis Trust in London, where he is still a trainer and supervisor, he is currently president of the European Federation for Psychosynthesis Psychotherapy.
He has an interest in the process and effects of social change, and is also a practitioner of the Alexander Technique.
Registrations are welcome from
- Psychosynthesis counsellors and psychotherapists (past and present)
- other clinicians with some background in Psychosynthesis
‘Word of mouth’ advertising of this event is appreciated.
- There will be opportunities for questions / discussion