Supporting Clients experiencing Workplace Toxicity

There’s an increase presentation in counselling and therapy rooms: clients who’ve had challenging and sometimes traumatic experiences in their places of work. The term Toxic Workplace has emerged to describe organisations where well-being of employees is unduly effected by management, interpersonal and cultural factors.

This one-day CPD event seeks to support and inform counsellors and psychotherapists who are working with clients who are experiencing workplace toxicity. The day combines theory, experiential activities and case study presentations, and seeks to provide:

  • Definitions and theoretical grounding
  • An overview of “real-world” factors clients may experience in the workplace
  • An exploration of the emotional and processes that may be at play
  • Tools to unpick self and environment and to help clients unearth a higher meaning in the context of change

This CPD is designed for any counsellor or psychotherapeutic practitioner who has clients who may be experiencing workplace toxicity and where the practitioner would like to better understand both the inner and outer worlds of the client, to provide better support and also understand how such experiences can be navigated. The material is designed to be readily accessible to practitioners regardless of their theoretical orientation.

About the Facilitator
Jared Green UKCP is an Psychotherapist in private practice in central London. He graduated from CCPE with a Diploma in Transpersonal Psychotherapy and has a MA from Northampton University. Jared has worked with clients since 2009 and prior to training as a Psychotherapist worked for 15 years in International business. Alongside his psychotherapy qualifications, Jared has a combined Bachelor’s degree in Commerce (Marketing & Management) and Information Systems from the Australian National University.

Pricing and availability
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