Jun
28
9:00 AM09:00

Maintaining Professionalism: The Fourth Day

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, England, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This course is for anyone who has completed one of the three-day courses and who would like to continue the conversations begun there. The course takes the principles from the three-day courses (responsibility, accountability, powerful action) and opens a space for reviewing and furthering the commitments made there. As the course functions as a review and update session it can be taken multiple times.

 

Excellent as ever. Creates a space in which people feel able to share safely and openly. This is enormously powerful. Doctor

  • I left feeling calm, quiet, pain free, supported, befriended, happy, content. Not so scared. G.P.
  • Fantastic learning process put in place. Doctor.
  • A fantastic template to move forward in my personal and professional life.
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Jul
3
9:00 AM09:00

Maintaining Professionalism: The Fourth Day

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, England, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This course is for anyone who has completed one of the three-day courses and who would like to continue the conversations begun there. The course takes the principles from the three-day courses (responsibility, accountability, powerful action) and opens a space for reviewing and furthering the commitments made there. As the course functions as a review and update session it can be taken multiple times.

 

Excellent as ever. Creates a space in which people feel able to share safely and openly. This is enormously powerful. Doctor

  • I left feeling calm, quiet, pain free, supported, befriended, happy, content. Not so scared. G.P.
  • Fantastic learning process put in place. Doctor.
  • A fantastic template to move forward in my personal and professional life.
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Jul
6
9:30 AM09:30

Values in Practice

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, England, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Core Values are drivers and motivators. When we are living and working in alignment with our values we are effective, productive and clear. When any of our values are compromised we feel dissatisfied, frustrated or over the longer term, stressed and anxious.

Extremely effective, thank you. Medical Practitioner

Empowering course, made me feel more whole and that I do have values and that these need to be met for me to be happy. Doctor (GP).

I would recommend this to anybody. G.P

By making us think in that paradigm, you have potentially changed us for life and we have now the tools to check with in every area of life.  Consultant Psychiatrist

This one day course is for practitioners who wish to consider their own values and how they relate to their occupation and to their working environment. An interactive learning session which will lead to each participant leaving with a clear and memorable set of personal values, a strong idea of how these connect to professional values and an action plan for aligning them.

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Jul
16
to Jul 18

Maintaining Professional Boundaries

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Summary This course is a small-group based programme which aims to help people in the caring professions improve their awareness and responsibility around establishing and maintaining professional boundaries. Please note that this course is solely for people with identified problems in relation to sexualised or inappropriate behaviour. Sexual boundary issues may include: inappropriate emotional or sexualised relationships with colleagues, clients, students, patients or congregants; inappropriate use of touch; sexualised or inappropriate language; sexual harassment.

If the issues concern honesty, probity, nonsexual offences or general conduct matters then the new course 'Maintaining Professional Ethics' is suitable. If the issues are primarily about problematic ways of relating with colleagues then the course 'Maintaining Professional Relationships' is appropriate. Please note that the three courses collectively replace the previous course 'Maintaining Proper Boundaries'.

What people say about the 'Maintaining Proper Boundaries' course

I learned more about communications  in three days than I did in the whole of medical school.
In 23 years since medical school (and indeed during medical school) this has been the most effective, interesting and challenging course that I have done. The impact has been immense.
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Jul
24
9:30 AM09:30

Introduction to Professional Boundaries

This course is for those new to professional boundaries or needing a refresher. The course covers the fundamentals of boundary theory and practice, introducing participants to the core knowledge from experience, from research and the literature.

An absolutely brilliant course – one which I would now highly recommend to ALL my medical colleagues as it opened my eyes to how many daily clinical encounters involve delicate handling of the boundaries without necessarily being aware of this.
The material was interesting, challenging and thought-provoking.
All issues discussed today were of paramount importance. It was helpful to gain refresher review of these issues and to share and learn new ways of resolving these issues as they come up in my therapy sessions with clients.

It is suitable for people in a range of professional settings, including medicine, therapy, nursing, ministry, social work, support work, youth work etc, including people who are in training.

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Jul
30
to Aug 1

Maintaining Professional Ethics

Summary This course is a small-group based programme which aims to help people in the professions improve their awareness and responsibility around establishing and maintaining professional ethics.  The course is solely for people with identified problems about ethics related matters, such as honesty, probity, low level civil offences or general conduct matters. 

 I would once again like to thank you for what was the most useful, necessary and enlightening course I have ever been on.

Upon reflection of the course it was so beneficial to me and relevant that I can’t thank you enough.

Ethical or probity issues relevant for the course may include: dishonesty; plagiarism/misattribution; research/audit fraud; falsifying notes; breaching confidentiality; failing to maintain accurate records; unauthorised accessing of records; inaccurate CV's; misuse of prescription or non-prescription medication; causing unnecessary delays in the progression of cases; personal criminal or civil cases which affect work; emotional over-involvement with patients or non-sexualised inappropriate interactions with patients.

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Sep
6
9:30 AM09:30

Introduction to Professional Boundaries

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, England, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This course is for those new to professional boundaries or needing a refresher. The course covers the fundamentals of boundary theory and practice, introducing participants to the core knowledge from experience, from research and the literature.

An absolutely brilliant course – one which I would now highly recommend to ALL my medical colleagues as it opened my eyes to how many daily clinical encounters involve delicate handling of the boundaries without necessarily being aware of this.
The material was interesting, challenging and thought-provoking.
All issues discussed today were of paramount importance. It was helpful to gain refresher review of these issues and to share and learn new ways of resolving these issues as they come up in my therapy sessions with clients.

It is suitable for people in a range of professional settings, including medicine, therapy, nursing, ministry, social work, support work, youth work etc, including people who are in training.

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Sep
17
to Sep 19

Maintaining Professional Ethics

Summary This course is a small-group based programme which aims to help people in the professions improve their awareness and responsibility around establishing and maintaining professional ethics.  The course is solely for people with identified problems about ethics related matters, such as honesty, probity, low level civil offences or general conduct matters. 

 I would once again like to thank you for what was the most useful, necessary and enlightening course I have ever been on.

Upon reflection of the course it was so beneficial to me and relevant that I can’t thank you enough.

Ethical or probity issues relevant for the course may include: dishonesty; plagiarism/misattribution; research/audit fraud; falsifying notes; breaching confidentiality; failing to maintain accurate records; unauthorised accessing of records; inaccurate CV's; misuse of prescription or non-prescription medication; causing unnecessary delays in the progression of cases; personal criminal or civil cases which affect work; emotional over-involvement with patients or non-sexualised inappropriate interactions with patients.

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Sep
17
to Sep 19

Maintaining Professional Boundaries

Summary This course is a small-group based programme which aims to help people in the caring professions improve their awareness and responsibility around establishing and maintaining professional boundaries. Please note that this course is solely for people with identified problems in relation to sexualised or inappropriate behaviour. Sexual boundary issues may include: inappropriate emotional or sexualised relationships with colleagues, clients, students, patients or congregants; inappropriate use of touch; sexualised or inappropriate language; sexual harassment.

If the issues concern honesty, probity, nonsexual offences or general conduct matters then the new course 'Maintaining Professional Ethics' is suitable. If the issues are primarily about problematic ways of relating with colleagues then the course 'Maintaining Professional Relationships' is appropriate. Please note that the three courses collectively replace the previous course 'Maintaining Proper Boundaries'.

What people say about the 'Maintaining Proper Boundaries' course

I learned more about communications  in three days than I did in the whole of medical school.
In 23 years since medical school (and indeed during medical school) this has been the most effective, interesting and challenging course that I have done. The impact has been immense.
View Event →
Oct
8
to Oct 10

Maintaining Professional Boundaries

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Summary This course is a small-group based programme which aims to help people in the caring professions improve their awareness and responsibility around establishing and maintaining professional boundaries. Please note that this course is solely for people with identified problems in relation to sexualised or inappropriate behaviour. Sexual boundary issues may include: inappropriate emotional or sexualised relationships with colleagues, clients, students, patients or congregants; inappropriate use of touch; sexualised or inappropriate language; sexual harassment.

If the issues concern honesty, probity, nonsexual offences or general conduct matters then the new course 'Maintaining Professional Ethics' is suitable. If the issues are primarily about problematic ways of relating with colleagues then the course 'Maintaining Professional Relationships' is appropriate. Please note that the three courses collectively replace the previous course 'Maintaining Proper Boundaries'.

What people say about the 'Maintaining Proper Boundaries' course

I learned more about communications  in three days than I did in the whole of medical school.
In 23 years since medical school (and indeed during medical school) this has been the most effective, interesting and challenging course that I have done. The impact has been immense.
View Event →
Oct
8
to Oct 10

Maintaining Professional Ethics

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, England, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Summary This course is a small-group based programme which aims to help people in the professions improve their awareness and responsibility around establishing and maintaining professional ethics.  The course is solely for people with identified problems about ethics related matters, such as honesty, probity, low level civil offences or general conduct matters. 

 I would once again like to thank you for what was the most useful, necessary and enlightening course I have ever been on.

Upon reflection of the course it was so beneficial to me and relevant that I can’t thank you enough.

Ethical or probity issues relevant for the course may include: dishonesty; plagiarism/misattribution; research/audit fraud; falsifying notes; breaching confidentiality; failing to maintain accurate records; unauthorised accessing of records; inaccurate CV's; misuse of prescription or non-prescription medication; causing unnecessary delays in the progression of cases; personal criminal or civil cases which affect work; emotional over-involvement with patients or non-sexualised inappropriate interactions with patients.

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Oct
31
9:00 AM09:00

Maintaining Professionalism: The Fourth Day

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, England, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This course is for anyone who has completed one of the three-day courses and who would like to continue the conversations begun there. The course takes the principles from the three-day courses (responsibility, accountability, powerful action) and opens a space for reviewing and furthering the commitments made there. As the course functions as a review and update session it can be taken multiple times.

 

Excellent as ever. Creates a space in which people feel able to share safely and openly. This is enormously powerful. Doctor

  • I left feeling calm, quiet, pain free, supported, befriended, happy, content. Not so scared. G.P.
  • Fantastic learning process put in place. Doctor.
  • A fantastic template to move forward in my personal and professional life.
View Event →
Nov
15
9:30 AM09:30

Introduction to Professional Boundaries

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, England, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This course is for those new to professional boundaries or needing a refresher. The course covers the fundamentals of boundary theory and practice, introducing participants to the core knowledge from experience, from research and the literature.

An absolutely brilliant course – one which I would now highly recommend to ALL my medical colleagues as it opened my eyes to how many daily clinical encounters involve delicate handling of the boundaries without necessarily being aware of this.
The material was interesting, challenging and thought-provoking.
All issues discussed today were of paramount importance. It was helpful to gain refresher review of these issues and to share and learn new ways of resolving these issues as they come up in my therapy sessions with clients.

It is suitable for people in a range of professional settings, including medicine, therapy, nursing, ministry, social work, support work, youth work etc, including people who are in training.

View Event →
Nov
19
to Nov 21

Maintaining Professional Ethics

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, England, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Summary This course is a small-group based programme which aims to help people in the professions improve their awareness and responsibility around establishing and maintaining professional ethics.  The course is solely for people with identified problems about ethics related matters, such as honesty, probity, low level civil offences or general conduct matters. 

 I would once again like to thank you for what was the most useful, necessary and enlightening course I have ever been on.

Upon reflection of the course it was so beneficial to me and relevant that I can’t thank you enough.

Ethical or probity issues relevant for the course may include: dishonesty; plagiarism/misattribution; research/audit fraud; falsifying notes; breaching confidentiality; failing to maintain accurate records; unauthorised accessing of records; inaccurate CV's; misuse of prescription or non-prescription medication; causing unnecessary delays in the progression of cases; personal criminal or civil cases which affect work; emotional over-involvement with patients or non-sexualised inappropriate interactions with patients.

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Nov
19
to Nov 21

Maintaining Professional Boundaries

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Summary This course is a small-group based programme which aims to help people in the caring professions improve their awareness and responsibility around establishing and maintaining professional boundaries. Please note that this course is solely for people with identified problems in relation to sexualised or inappropriate behaviour. Sexual boundary issues may include: inappropriate emotional or sexualised relationships with colleagues, clients, students, patients or congregants; inappropriate use of touch; sexualised or inappropriate language; sexual harassment.

If the issues concern honesty, probity, nonsexual offences or general conduct matters then the new course 'Maintaining Professional Ethics' is suitable. If the issues are primarily about problematic ways of relating with colleagues then the course 'Maintaining Professional Relationships' is appropriate. Please note that the three courses collectively replace the previous course 'Maintaining Proper Boundaries'.

What people say about the 'Maintaining Proper Boundaries' course

I learned more about communications  in three days than I did in the whole of medical school.
In 23 years since medical school (and indeed during medical school) this has been the most effective, interesting and challenging course that I have done. The impact has been immense.
View Event →
Dec
6
9:00 AM09:00

Maintaining Professionalism: The Fourth Day

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, England, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This course is for anyone who has completed one of the three-day courses and who would like to continue the conversations begun there. The course takes the principles from the three-day courses (responsibility, accountability, powerful action) and opens a space for reviewing and furthering the commitments made there. As the course functions as a review and update session it can be taken multiple times.

 

Excellent as ever. Creates a space in which people feel able to share safely and openly. This is enormously powerful. Doctor

  • I left feeling calm, quiet, pain free, supported, befriended, happy, content. Not so scared. G.P.
  • Fantastic learning process put in place. Doctor.
  • A fantastic template to move forward in my personal and professional life.
View Event →
Dec
10
to Dec 12

Maintaining Professional Boundaries

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Summary This course is a small-group based programme which aims to help people in the caring professions improve their awareness and responsibility around establishing and maintaining professional boundaries. Please note that this course is solely for people with identified problems in relation to sexualised or inappropriate behaviour. Sexual boundary issues may include: inappropriate emotional or sexualised relationships with colleagues, clients, students, patients or congregants; inappropriate use of touch; sexualised or inappropriate language; sexual harassment.

If the issues concern honesty, probity, nonsexual offences or general conduct matters then the new course 'Maintaining Professional Ethics' is suitable. If the issues are primarily about problematic ways of relating with colleagues then the course 'Maintaining Professional Relationships' is appropriate. Please note that the three courses collectively replace the previous course 'Maintaining Proper Boundaries'.

What people say about the 'Maintaining Proper Boundaries' course

I learned more about communications  in three days than I did in the whole of medical school.
In 23 years since medical school (and indeed during medical school) this has been the most effective, interesting and challenging course that I have done. The impact has been immense.
View Event →
Dec
10
to Dec 12

Maintaining Professional Ethics

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, England, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Summary This course is a small-group based programme which aims to help people in the professions improve their awareness and responsibility around establishing and maintaining professional ethics.  The course is solely for people with identified problems about ethics related matters, such as honesty, probity, low level civil offences or general conduct matters. 

 I would once again like to thank you for what was the most useful, necessary and enlightening course I have ever been on.

Upon reflection of the course it was so beneficial to me and relevant that I can’t thank you enough.

Ethical or probity issues relevant for the course may include: dishonesty; plagiarism/misattribution; research/audit fraud; falsifying notes; breaching confidentiality; failing to maintain accurate records; unauthorised accessing of records; inaccurate CV's; misuse of prescription or non-prescription medication; causing unnecessary delays in the progression of cases; personal criminal or civil cases which affect work; emotional over-involvement with patients or non-sexualised inappropriate interactions with patients.

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Jun
4
to Jun 6

Maintaining Professional Boundaries

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Summary This course is a small-group based programme which aims to help people in the caring professions improve their awareness and responsibility around establishing and maintaining professional boundaries. Please note that this course is solely for people with identified problems in relation to sexualised or inappropriate behaviour. Sexual boundary issues may include: inappropriate emotional or sexualised relationships with colleagues, clients, students, patients or congregants; inappropriate use of touch; sexualised or inappropriate language; sexual harassment.

If the issues concern honesty, probity, nonsexual offences or general conduct matters then the new course 'Maintaining Professional Ethics' is suitable. If the issues are primarily about problematic ways of relating with colleagues then the course 'Maintaining Professional Relationships' is appropriate. Please note that the three courses collectively replace the previous course 'Maintaining Proper Boundaries'.

What people say about the 'Maintaining Proper Boundaries' course

I learned more about communications  in three days than I did in the whole of medical school.
In 23 years since medical school (and indeed during medical school) this has been the most effective, interesting and challenging course that I have done. The impact has been immense.
View Event →
Jun
4
to Jun 6

Maintaining Professional Ethics

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, England, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Summary This course is a small-group based programme which aims to help people in the professions improve their awareness and responsibility around establishing and maintaining professional ethics.  The course is solely for people with identified problems about ethics related matters, such as honesty, probity, low level civil offences or general conduct matters. 

 I would once again like to thank you for what was the most useful, necessary and enlightening course I have ever been on.

Upon reflection of the course it was so beneficial to me and relevant that I can’t thank you enough.

Ethical or probity issues relevant for the course may include: dishonesty; plagiarism/misattribution; research/audit fraud; falsifying notes; breaching confidentiality; failing to maintain accurate records; unauthorised accessing of records; inaccurate CV's; misuse of prescription or non-prescription medication; causing unnecessary delays in the progression of cases; personal criminal or civil cases which affect work; emotional over-involvement with patients or non-sexualised inappropriate interactions with patients.

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May
21
to May 23

Maintaining Professional Ethics

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, England, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Summary This course is a small-group based programme which aims to help people in the professions improve their awareness and responsibility around establishing and maintaining professional ethics.  The course is solely for people with identified problems about ethics related matters, such as honesty, probity, low level civil offences or general conduct matters. 

 I would once again like to thank you for what was the most useful, necessary and enlightening course I have ever been on.

Upon reflection of the course it was so beneficial to me and relevant that I can’t thank you enough.

Ethical or probity issues relevant for the course may include: dishonesty; plagiarism/misattribution; research/audit fraud; falsifying notes; breaching confidentiality; failing to maintain accurate records; unauthorised accessing of records; inaccurate CV's; misuse of prescription or non-prescription medication; causing unnecessary delays in the progression of cases; personal criminal or civil cases which affect work; emotional over-involvement with patients or non-sexualised inappropriate interactions with patients.

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May
21
to May 23

Maintaining Professional Boundaries

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Summary This course is a small-group based programme which aims to help people in the caring professions improve their awareness and responsibility around establishing and maintaining professional boundaries. Please note that this course is solely for people with identified problems in relation to sexualised or inappropriate behaviour. Sexual boundary issues may include: inappropriate emotional or sexualised relationships with colleagues, clients, students, patients or congregants; inappropriate use of touch; sexualised or inappropriate language; sexual harassment.

If the issues concern honesty, probity, nonsexual offences or general conduct matters then the new course 'Maintaining Professional Ethics' is suitable. If the issues are primarily about problematic ways of relating with colleagues then the course 'Maintaining Professional Relationships' is appropriate. Please note that the three courses collectively replace the previous course 'Maintaining Proper Boundaries'.

What people say about the 'Maintaining Proper Boundaries' course

I learned more about communications  in three days than I did in the whole of medical school.
In 23 years since medical school (and indeed during medical school) this has been the most effective, interesting and challenging course that I have done. The impact has been immense.
View Event →
May
3
9:30 AM09:30

Introduction to Professional Boundaries - FULLY BOOKED

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, England, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This course is for those new to professional boundaries or needing a refresher. The course covers the fundamentals of boundary theory and practice, introducing participants to the core knowledge from experience, from research and the literature.

An absolutely brilliant course – one which I would now highly recommend to ALL my medical colleagues as it opened my eyes to how many daily clinical encounters involve delicate handling of the boundaries without necessarily being aware of this.
The material was interesting, challenging and thought-provoking.
All issues discussed today were of paramount importance. It was helpful to gain refresher review of these issues and to share and learn new ways of resolving these issues as they come up in my therapy sessions with clients.

It is suitable for people in a range of professional settings, including medicine, therapy, nursing, ministry, social work, support work, youth work etc, including people who are in training.

View Event →
Apr
23
to Apr 25

Maintaining Professional Boundaries

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Summary This course is a small-group based programme which aims to help people in the caring professions improve their awareness and responsibility around establishing and maintaining professional boundaries. Please note that this course is solely for people with identified problems in relation to sexualised or inappropriate behaviour. Sexual boundary issues may include: inappropriate emotional or sexualised relationships with colleagues, clients, students, patients or congregants; inappropriate use of touch; sexualised or inappropriate language; sexual harassment.

If the issues concern honesty, probity, nonsexual offences or general conduct matters then the new course 'Maintaining Professional Ethics' is suitable. If the issues are primarily about problematic ways of relating with colleagues then the course 'Maintaining Professional Relationships' is appropriate. Please note that the three courses collectively replace the previous course 'Maintaining Proper Boundaries'.

What people say about the 'Maintaining Proper Boundaries' course

I learned more about communications  in three days than I did in the whole of medical school.
In 23 years since medical school (and indeed during medical school) this has been the most effective, interesting and challenging course that I have done. The impact has been immense.
View Event →
Apr
19
9:00 AM09:00

Maintaining Professionalism: The Fourth Day

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, England, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This course is for anyone who has completed one of the three-day courses and who would like to continue the conversations begun there. The course takes the principles from the three-day courses (responsibility, accountability, powerful action) and opens a space for reviewing and furthering the commitments made there. As the course functions as a review and update session it can be taken multiple times.

 

Excellent as ever. Creates a space in which people feel able to share safely and openly. This is enormously powerful. Doctor

  • I left feeling calm, quiet, pain free, supported, befriended, happy, content. Not so scared. G.P.
  • Fantastic learning process put in place. Doctor.
  • A fantastic template to move forward in my personal and professional life.
View Event →
Mar
26
to Mar 28

Maintaining Professional Boundaries - COURSE FULL

Summary This course is a small-group based programme which aims to help people in the caring professions improve their awareness and responsibility around establishing and maintaining professional boundaries. Please note that this course is solely for people with identified problems in relation to sexualised or inappropriate behaviour. Sexual boundary issues may include: inappropriate emotional or sexualised relationships with colleagues, clients, students, patients or congregants; inappropriate use of touch; sexualised or inappropriate language; sexual harassment.

If the issues concern honesty, probity, nonsexual offences or general conduct matters then the new course 'Maintaining Professional Ethics' is suitable. If the issues are primarily about problematic ways of relating with colleagues then the course 'Maintaining Professional Relationships' is appropriate. Please note that the three courses collectively replace the previous course 'Maintaining Proper Boundaries'.

What people say about the 'Maintaining Proper Boundaries' course

I learned more about communications  in three days than I did in the whole of medical school.
In 23 years since medical school (and indeed during medical school) this has been the most effective, interesting and challenging course that I have done. The impact has been immense.
View Event →
Mar
16
9:30 AM09:30

Introduction to Professional Boundaries

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, England, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This course is for those new to professional boundaries or needing a refresher. The course covers the fundamentals of boundary theory and practice, introducing participants to the core knowledge from experience, from research and the literature.

An absolutely brilliant course – one which I would now highly recommend to ALL my medical colleagues as it opened my eyes to how many daily clinical encounters involve delicate handling of the boundaries without necessarily being aware of this.
The material was interesting, challenging and thought-provoking.
All issues discussed today were of paramount importance. It was helpful to gain refresher review of these issues and to share and learn new ways of resolving these issues as they come up in my therapy sessions with clients.

It is suitable for people in a range of professional settings, including medicine, therapy, nursing, ministry, social work, support work, youth work etc, including people who are in training.

View Event →
Mar
12
to Mar 14

Maintaining Professional Ethics

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, England, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Summary This course is a small-group based programme which aims to help people in the professions improve their awareness and responsibility around establishing and maintaining professional ethics.  The course is solely for people with identified problems about ethics related matters, such as honesty, probity, low level civil offences or general conduct matters. 

 I would once again like to thank you for what was the most useful, necessary and enlightening course I have ever been on.

Upon reflection of the course it was so beneficial to me and relevant that I can’t thank you enough.

Ethical or probity issues relevant for the course may include: dishonesty; plagiarism/misattribution; research/audit fraud; falsifying notes; breaching confidentiality; failing to maintain accurate records; unauthorised accessing of records; inaccurate CV's; misuse of prescription or non-prescription medication; causing unnecessary delays in the progression of cases; personal criminal or civil cases which affect work; emotional over-involvement with patients or non-sexualised inappropriate interactions with patients.

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Feb
26
to Feb 28

Maintaining Professional Boundaries - 2 PLACES REMAINING

  • Jamyantg Buddhist Centre (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Summary This course is a small-group based programme which aims to help people in the caring professions improve their awareness and responsibility around establishing and maintaining professional boundaries. Please note that this course is solely for people with identified problems in relation to sexualised or inappropriate behaviour. Sexual boundary issues may include: inappropriate emotional or sexualised relationships with colleagues, clients, students, patients or congregants; inappropriate use of touch; sexualised or inappropriate language; sexual harassment.

If the issues concern honesty, probity, nonsexual offences or general conduct matters then the new course 'Maintaining Professional Ethics' is suitable. If the issues are primarily about problematic ways of relating with colleagues then the course 'Maintaining Professional Relationships' is appropriate. Please note that the three courses collectively replace the previous course 'Maintaining Proper Boundaries'.

What people say about the 'Maintaining Proper Boundaries' course

I learned more about communications  in three days than I did in the whole of medical school.
In 23 years since medical school (and indeed during medical school) this has been the most effective, interesting and challenging course that I have done. The impact has been immense.
View Event →
Feb
26
to Feb 28

Maintaining Professional Ethics - FULLY BOOKED

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, England, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Summary This course is a small-group based programme which aims to help people in the professions improve their awareness and responsibility around establishing and maintaining professional ethics.  The course is solely for people with identified problems about ethics related matters, such as honesty, probity, low level civil offences or general conduct matters. 

 I would once again like to thank you for what was the most useful, necessary and enlightening course I have ever been on.

Upon reflection of the course it was so beneficial to me and relevant that I can’t thank you enough.

Ethical or probity issues relevant for the course may include: dishonesty; plagiarism/misattribution; research/audit fraud; falsifying notes; breaching confidentiality; failing to maintain accurate records; unauthorised accessing of records; inaccurate CV's; misuse of prescription or non-prescription medication; causing unnecessary delays in the progression of cases; personal criminal or civil cases which affect work; emotional over-involvement with patients or non-sexualised inappropriate interactions with patients.

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Jan
22
to Jan 24

Maintaining Professional Boundaries

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Summary This course is a small-group based programme which aims to help people in the caring professions improve their awareness and responsibility around establishing and maintaining professional boundaries. Please note that this course is solely for people with identified problems in relation to sexualised or inappropriate behaviour. Sexual boundary issues may include: inappropriate emotional or sexualised relationships with colleagues, clients, students, patients or congregants; inappropriate use of touch; sexualised or inappropriate language; sexual harassment.

If the issues concern honesty, probity, nonsexual offences or general conduct matters then the new course 'Maintaining Professional Ethics' is suitable. If the issues are primarily about problematic ways of relating with colleagues then the course 'Maintaining Professional Relationships' is appropriate. Please note that the three courses collectively replace the previous course 'Maintaining Proper Boundaries'.

What people say about the 'Maintaining Proper Boundaries' course

I learned more about communications  in three days than I did in the whole of medical school.
In 23 years since medical school (and indeed during medical school) this has been the most effective, interesting and challenging course that I have done. The impact has been immense.
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Jan
15
to Jan 17

Maintaining Professional Ethics

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, England, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Summary This course is a small-group based programme which aims to help people in the professions improve their awareness and responsibility around establishing and maintaining professional ethics.  The course is solely for people with identified problems about ethics related matters, such as honesty, probity, low level civil offences or general conduct matters. 

 I would once again like to thank you for what was the most useful, necessary and enlightening course I have ever been on.

Upon reflection of the course it was so beneficial to me and relevant that I can’t thank you enough.

Ethical or probity issues relevant for the course may include: dishonesty; plagiarism/misattribution; research/audit fraud; falsifying notes; breaching confidentiality; failing to maintain accurate records; unauthorised accessing of records; inaccurate CV's; misuse of prescription or non-prescription medication; causing unnecessary delays in the progression of cases; personal criminal or civil cases which affect work; emotional over-involvement with patients or non-sexualised inappropriate interactions with patients.

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Jan
11
9:30 AM09:30

Introduction to Professional Boundaries

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, England, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This course is for those new to professional boundaries or needing a refresher. The course covers the fundamentals of boundary theory and practice, introducing participants to the core knowledge from experience, from research and the literature.

An absolutely brilliant course – one which I would now highly recommend to ALL my medical colleagues as it opened my eyes to how many daily clinical encounters involve delicate handling of the boundaries without necessarily being aware of this.
The material was interesting, challenging and thought-provoking.
All issues discussed today were of paramount importance. It was helpful to gain refresher review of these issues and to share and learn new ways of resolving these issues as they come up in my therapy sessions with clients.

It is suitable for people in a range of professional settings, including medicine, therapy, nursing, ministry, social work, support work, youth work etc, including people who are in training.

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Dec
8
9:30 AM09:30

Listening In Practice

  • 43 Renfrew Rd London, SE11 United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This course is for anyone who wants to feel free to communicate effectively with the people they work with. Excellent communication is not about talking better, but about listening. When the space is full of our opinions, reactions, beliefs, ideas, thoughts and feelings, listening is difficult. When we are truly listening we are fully present and aware, connected, present, vulnerable and open.

What participants said about the first course

The conversation about being present in the consultation was really helpful. The reminder about preconceived ideas - that they are only that - and to compare them against what you really know was really very valuable.
The course was powerful and moving.
[it gave me] an awareness of what authentic communication requires [and an] appraisal of my own lack of vulnerability / engagement with patients. Remedies and pitfalls for listening.
This challenged me to open and engage with others when I would prefer not to [..].To allow space for others to talk and to actively listen [...]. To face up to challenges from my own listening practice and to improve.
[I got] the importance of emptying the space. [It's] 'not about what I want to hear, but about what they have to say'.
I will implement not only in clinical practice but also outside work setting.
It's easier to remain inauthentic, to adopt a position of power, control etc - listening strips you down and releases possibilities [...] - it is an 'in the moment' transcendent experience.
It has been good to be in a place where my real concerns could be articulated, where I felt understood - listened to.
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Dec
7
9:00 AM09:00

The FOURTH DAY (Maintaining Professionalism) - 3 REMAINING PLACES

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, England, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This course is for anyone who has completed one of the three-day courses and who would like to continue the conversations begun there. The course takes the principles from the three-day courses (responsibility, accountability, powerful action) and opens a space for reviewing and furthering the commitments made there. As the course functions as a review and update session it can be taken multiple times.

 

Excellent as ever. Creates a space in which people feel able to share safely and openly. This is enormously powerful. Doctor

  • I left feeling calm, quiet, pain free, supported, befriended, happy, content. Not so scared. G.P.
  • Fantastic learning process put in place. Doctor.
  • A fantastic template to move forward in my personal and professional life.
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Nov
17
9:30 AM09:30

Introduction to Professional Boundaries

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, England, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This course is for those new to professional boundaries or needing a refresher. The course covers the fundamentals of boundary theory and practice, introducing participants to the core knowledge from experience, from research and the literature.

An absolutely brilliant course – one which I would now highly recommend to ALL my medical colleagues as it opened my eyes to how many daily clinical encounters involve delicate handling of the boundaries without necessarily being aware of this.
The material was interesting, challenging and thought-provoking.
All issues discussed today were of paramount importance. It was helpful to gain refresher review of these issues and to share and learn new ways of resolving these issues as they come up in my therapy sessions with clients.

It is suitable for people in a range of professional settings, including medicine, therapy, nursing, ministry, social work, support work, youth work etc, including people who are in training.

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Nov
6
to Nov 8

Maintaining Professional Ethics - FULLY BOOKED

  • 43 Renfrew Rd London, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Summary This course is a small-group based programme which aims to help people in the professions improve their awareness and responsibility around establishing and maintaining professional ethics.  The course is solely for people with identified problems about ethics related matters, such as honesty, probity, low level civil offences or general conduct matters.

Ethical or probity issues relevant for the course may include: dishonesty; plagiarism/misattribution; research/ audit fraud; falsifying notes; breaching confidentiality; failing to maintain accurate records; unauthorised accessing of records; inaccurate CV's; misuse of prescription or non-prescription medication; causing unnecessary delays in the progression of cases; personal criminal or civil cases which affect work; emotional over-involvement with patients.

If the issues primarily concern  sexualisedbehaviour then the course 'Maintaining Professional Boundaries' is suitable; if the concern is mainly about interpersonal behaviours then the course 'Maintaining Professional Relationships' is the appropriate one. Please note that collectively these three courses replace the previous course 'Maintaining Proper Boundaries'.

What people say about our courses

I would once again like to thank you for what was the most useful, necessary and enlightening course I have ever been on.

Upon reflection of the course it was so beneficial to me and relevant that I can’t thank you enough.

In 23 years since medical school (and indeed during medical school) this has been the most effective, interesting and challenging course that I have done. The impact has been immense.

The space created by the course approach and structure led to an open dialogue that was hugely useful to me. I found the personal realisations unmasked during the course to be transformative.

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Nov
1
to Nov 3

Maintaining Professional Boundaries -TWO PLACES LEFT

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Summary This course is a small-group based programme which aims to help people in the caring professions improve their awareness and responsibility around establishing and maintaining professional boundaries. Please note that this course is solely for people with identified problems in relation to sexualised or inappropriate behaviour. Sexual boundary issues may include: inappropriate emotional or sexualised relationships with colleagues, clients, students, patients or congregants; inappropriate use of touch; sexualised or inappropriate language; sexual harassment.

If the issues concern honesty, probity, nonsexual offences or general conduct matters then the new course 'Maintaining Professional Ethics' is suitable. If the issues are primarily about problematic ways of relating with colleagues then the course 'Maintaining Professional Relationships' is appropriate. Please note that the three courses collectively replace the previous course 'Maintaining Proper Boundaries'.

What people say about the 'Maintaining Proper Boundaries' course

I learned more about communications  in three days than I did in the whole of medical school.
In 23 years since medical school (and indeed during medical school) this has been the most effective, interesting and challenging course that I have done. The impact has been immense.
View Event →
Oct
16
to Oct 18

Maintaining Professional Boundaries - COURSE FULL

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, England, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This course is a small-group based programme which aims to help people in the caring professions improve their awareness and responsibility around establishing and maintaining professional boundaries.  Please note that this course is exclusively for people with identified problems in relation to sexualised or inappropriate behaviour.

What people say about the 'Maintaining Professional Boundaries' course

I learned more about communicationsin three days than I did in the whole of medical school.
In 23 years since medical school (and indeed during medical school) this has been the most effective, interesting and challenging course that I have done. The impact has been immense.

The space created by the course approach and structure led to an open dialogue that was hugely useful to me. I found the personal realisations unmasked during the course to be transformative.

The facilitators calm and authoritative approach allowed him to go into very personal territory in a group setting without feeling exposed.
My main learning was in the understanding of the impact of boundary violations on patients.
The main impact has been a deep understanding of why we need boundaries and the ability to change practice in order to ensure they are maintained. Giving patients space for their issues and not mindreading etc.
The role-play had a profound impact on being able to see effects of my behaviour
The impact of the course has been monumental – as if scales have fallen from my eyes and I am able to have insight not only into my consultation skills but also with the relationships and connections with my family and friends
 Best course I have ever attended by a long mile. Lovely choice of venue, calming, atmospheric and very conducive to being open and honest and on-judgemental.
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Oct
10
to Oct 12

Maintaining Professional Ethics - COURSE FULL

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, England, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Summary This course is a small-group based programme which aims to help people in the professions improve their awareness and responsibility around establishing and maintaining professional ethics.  The course is solely for people with identified problems about ethics related matters, such as honesty, probity, low level civil offences or general conduct matters. 

 I would once again like to thank you for what was the most useful, necessary and enlightening course I have ever been on.

Upon reflection of the course it was so beneficial to me and relevant that I can’t thank you enough.

Ethical or probity issues relevant for the course may include: dishonesty; plagiarism/misattribution; research/audit fraud; falsifying notes; breaching confidentiality; failing to maintain accurate records; unauthorised accessing of records; inaccurate CV's; misuse of prescription or non-prescription medication; causing unnecessary delays in the progression of cases; personal criminal or civil cases which affect work; emotional over-involvement with patients or non-sexualised inappropriate interactions with patients.

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Oct
5
9:00 AM09:00

The FOURTH DAY [Maintaining Professionalism] - FULLY BOOKED

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, England, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This course is for anyone who has completed one of the three-day courses and who would like to continue the conversations begun there. The course takes the principles from the three-day courses (responsibility, accountability, powerful action) and opens a space for reviewing and furthering the commitments made there. As the course functions as a review and update session it can be taken multiple times.

 

Excellent as ever. Creates a space in which people feel able to share safely and openly. This is enormously powerful. Doctor

  • I left feeling calm, quiet, pain free, supported, befriended, happy, content. Not so scared. G.P.
  • Fantastic learning process put in place. Doctor.
  • A fantastic template to move forward in my personal and professional life.
View Event →
Sep
19
to Sep 21

Maintaining Professional Boundaries - 2 REMAINING PLACES

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, England, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This course is a small-group based programme which aims to help people in the caring professions improve their awareness and responsibility around establishing and maintaining professional boundaries.  Please note that this course is exclusively for people with identified problems in relation to sexualised or inappropriate behaviour.

I learned more about communications in three days than I did in the whole of medical school.
In 23 years since medical school (and indeed during medical school) this has been the most effective, interesting and challenging course that I have done. The impact has been immense.
The space created by the course approach and structure led to an open dialogue that was hugely useful to me. I found the personal realisations unmasked during the course to be transformative.
The impact of the course has been monumental – as if scales have fallen from my eyes and I am able to have insight not only into my consultation skills but also with the relationships and connections with my family and friends
Best course I have ever attended by a long mile. Lovely choice of venue, calming, atmospheric and very conducive to being open and honest and on-judgemental.

Sexual boundary issues may include: inappropriate emotional or sexualised relationships with colleagues, clients, students, patients or congregants; inappropriate use of touch; sexualised or inappropriate language; sexual harassment.

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Sep
4
to Sep 6

Maintaining Professional Ethics - FULLY BOOKED

This course is a small-group based programme which aims to help people in the professions improve their awareness and responsibility around establishing and maintaining professional ethics.  The course is solely for people with identified problems about ethics related matters, such as honesty, probity, low level civil offences or general conduct matters. 

I would once again like to thank you for what was the most useful, necessary and enlightening course I have ever been on.

Upon reflection of the course it was so beneficial to me and relevant that I can’t thank you enough.

The space created by the course approach and structure led to an open dialogue that was hugely useful to me. I found the personal realisations unmasked during the course to be transformative.

Ethical or probity issues relevant for the course may include: dishonesty; plagiarism/misattribution; research/audit fraud; falsifying notes; breaching confidentiality; failing to maintain accurate records; unauthorised accessing of records; inaccurate CV's; misuse of prescription or non-prescription medication; causing unnecessary delays in the progression of cases; personal criminal or civil cases which affect work; emotional over-involvement with patients or non-sexualised inappropriate interactions with patients.

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Jul
17
to Jul 19

Maintaining Professional Boundaries - COURSE FULL

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, England, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This course is a small-group based programme which aims to help people in the caring professions improve their awareness and responsibility around establishing and maintaining professional boundaries.  Please note that this course is exclusively for people with identified problems in relation to sexualised or inappropriate behaviour.

I learned more about communications in three days than I did in the whole of medical school.
In 23 years since medical school (and indeed during medical school) this has been the most effective, interesting and challenging course that I have done. The impact has been immense.
The space created by the course approach and structure led to an open dialogue that was hugely useful to me. I found the personal realisations unmasked during the course to be transformative.
The impact of the course has been monumental – as if scales have fallen from my eyes and I am able to have insight not only into my consultation skills but also with the relationships and connections with my family and friends
Best course I have ever attended by a long mile. Lovely choice of venue, calming, atmospheric and very conducive to being open and honest and on-judgemental.

Sexual boundary issues may include: inappropriate emotional or sexualised relationships with colleagues, clients, students, patients or congregants; inappropriate use of touch; sexualised or inappropriate language; sexual harassment.

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Jul
3
to Jul 5

Maintaining Professional Ethics - COURSE FULL

  • 43 Renfrew Rd, London, SE11 4NA, (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Summary This course is a small-group based programme which aims to help people in the professions improve their awareness and responsibility around establishing and maintaining professional ethics.  The course is solely for people with identified problems about ethics related matters, such as honesty, probity, low level civil offences or general conduct matters.

Ethical or probity issues relevant for the course may include: dishonesty; plagiarism/misattribution; research/ audit fraud; falsifying notes; breaching confidentiality; failing to maintain accurate records; unauthorised accessing of records; inaccurate CV's; misuse of prescription or non-prescription medication; causing unnecessary delays in the progression of cases; personal criminal or civil cases which affect work; emotional over-involvement with patients.

If the issues primarily concern  sexualisedbehaviour then the course 'Maintaining Professional Boundaries' is suitable; if the concern is mainly about interpersonal behaviours then the course 'Maintaining Professional Relationships' is the appropriate one. Please note that collectively these three courses replace the previous course 'Maintaining Proper Boundaries'.

What people say about our courses

I would once again like to thank you for what was the most useful, necessary and enlightening course I have ever been on.

Upon reflection of the course it was so beneficial to me and relevant that I can’t thank you enough.

In 23 years since medical school (and indeed during medical school) this has been the most effective, interesting and challenging course that I have done. The impact has been immense.

The space created by the course approach and structure led to an open dialogue that was hugely useful to me. I found the personal realisations unmasked during the course to be transformative.

View Event →
Jul
3
to Jul 5

Maintaining Professional Boundaries - COURSE FULL

  • 43 Renfrew Road, London, SE11 4NA (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Summary This course is a small-group based programme which aims to help people in the caring professions improve their awareness and responsibility around establishing and maintaining professional boundaries. Please note that this course is solely for people with identified problems in relation to sexualised or inappropriate behaviour. Sexual boundary issues may include: inappropriate emotional or sexualised relationships with colleagues, clients, students, patients or congregants; inappropriate use of touch; sexualised or inappropriate language; sexual harassment.

If the issues concern honesty, probity, nonsexual offences or general conduct matters then the new course 'Maintaining Professional Ethics' is suitable. If the issues are primarily about problematic ways of relating with colleagues then the course 'Maintaining Professional Relationships' is appropriate. Please note that the three courses collectively replace the previous course 'Maintaining Proper Boundaries'.

What people say about the 'Maintaining Proper Boundaries' course

I learned more about communicationsin three days than I did in the whole of medical school.
In 23 years since medical school (and indeed during medical school) this has been the most effective, interesting and challenging course that I have done. The impact has been immense.

The space created by the course approach and structure led to an open dialogue that was hugely useful to me. I found the personal realisations unmasked during the course to be transformative.

The facilitators calm and authoritative approach allowed him to go into very personal territory in a group setting without feeling exposed.
My main learning was in the understanding of the impact of boundary violations on patients.
The main impact has been a deep understanding of why we need boundaries and the ability to change practice in order to ensure they are maintained. Giving patients space for their issues and not mindreading etc.
The role-play had a profound impact on being able to see effects of my behaviour
The impact of the course has been monumental – as if scales have fallen from my eyes and I am able to have insight not only into my consultation skills but also with the relationships and connections with my family and friends
 Best course I have ever attended by a long mile. Lovely choice of venue, calming, atmospheric and very conducive to being open and honest and on-judgemental.
View Event →
Jun
15
9:30 AM09:30

Introduction to Professional Boundaries

This one day course is for those new to professional boundaries or needing a refresher. The course covers the fundamentals of boundary theory and practice, introducing participants to the core knowledge from experience, from research and the literature.

It is suitable for people in a range of professional settings, including medicine, therapy, nursing, ministry, social work, support work, youth work etc, including people who are in training.

What people say about the course

An absolutely brilliant course – one which I would now highly recommend to ALL my medical colleagues.

The material was interesting, challenging and thought-provoking.

This was a thoroughly enjoyable day that will last with me for a long time.

All issues discussed today were of paramount importance. It was helpful to [...] share and learn new ways of resolving these issues as they come up in my therapy sessions with clients.

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May
30
to Jun 1

Maintaining Professional Relationships

  • 43 Renfrew Road London, England, SE11 4NA United Kingdom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This course is a small-group based programme which aims to help people in the caring professions improve their awareness and responsibility around establishing and maintaining professional relationships.  The course is solely for people who have an identified issue around interactions with colleagues.

Issues may include: complaints about rudeness, aggressive or brusque behaviour; poor anger management; impulsiveness; over-familiarity with colleagues; disruptive or obstructive behaviours; perception of arrogance or aloofness; negative attitude; poor communication skills; acting in an inappropriate or unprofessional manner towards colleagues.

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