The Clinic for Boundaries Studies is a centre of practice on

all aspects of professional boundaries.

 

The clinic provides specialist support services for the public alongside training and professional development services for practitioners.  It is also involved in research and development around professional boundaries and conduct. 


Training and Education

We run a range of courses about boundaries and preventing boundary transgressions and can develop bespoke courses.


I felt people were really affected by the learning, it’s not a subject that can easily be studied in such a profound way without the excellent facilitation and materials [...] provided.

One delegate described the training as “ life- changing” which really struck me as I had used exactly that phrase when I did the course a few months previously.
— Dr Alison Milroy, Kent and Medway Area Team, NHS England, January 2015

Dialogue & Mediation

This is a new service for clients and professionals who feel that the presence of an intermediary could facilitate a restorative dialogue.  


Support and Recovery

The Clinic provides support services for people who feel they have been harmed by someone in a position of trust, in any professional relationship.


For me the values course was life changing and life enhancing. I would highly recommend that everyone who does the boundaries course also goes that little deeper and does the values course.

If you understand yourself better, and how that affects you professionally, it will enhance the service you give, or are employed to give, to others. It will also potentially change your life too!
— Jan Murphy, United Reform Church, January 2015

Next course:  Listening In Practice April 10th.  Read more.