Reflective Practice Group

The reflective practice group is aimed at experienced practitioners working within complex organisational contexts as well as senior therapists working in private practice. The group aims to provide a safe space for in depth reflection on clinical and professional practice:- a space in which to step back and reflect on complex professional and therapeutic relationships and to discuss any aspect of your work and role including individual cases, approaches to therapeutic formulation and intervention and clinical and organisational dilemmas. The group offers the opportunity to share issues and dilemmas and to receive feedback to enable you to identify and understand any recurring themes and manage areas in your work where you feel blocked or frustrated. The group also provides a forum in which to share ideas and to hear from practitioners from different professional and therapeutic backgrounds as to how they manage similar tensions in their roles and practice. It is anticipated that that group members will bring experience of a range of therapeutic approaches including psychodynamic, systemic, cognitive and humanistic.

Group Facilitator: Rose Gardner

Group Frequency: Monthly on a Friday 2pm-3.50pm

Group Size: 3-6

Venue: Room 2F Brighton Therapy Centre

Fee: £40 per session. 20% discount for members of Brighton Therapy Centre

Start Date: November 2016. Minimum Commitment: 6 months.

Meeting Dates: 4/11/16, 9/12/16,27/1/17,24/2/17,31/3/17,27/4/17

Group Facilitator: Rose Gardner

Rose is a UKCP accredited therapist and supervisor with 25 years experience of working in the field of mental health in various settings across the NHS, charity and educational sectors. She is also an experienced trainer, organisational consultant and group facilitator. She offers supervision to trainees and qualified practitioners from different professional backgrounds including clinical and counselling psychologists, psychotherapists, counsellors, and mental health practitioners working in complex organisational contexts.

Rose has a background in academic teaching and training and continues to teach on various university courses and training programmes. If you are interested in joining either group or would like more information please contact or call 01273 626444. You can also contact Rose directly via email or mobile 07952569833