Due to the success at ACC Conference with the workshop on Breaking the Cycle of Fear, Anxiety and Stress, we are repeating it on Saturday, 22th July 2017.
We expect the day to be oversubscribed and would therefore encourage you to book early as places are limited.
You will not only look at new, innovative ways of dealing with what frequently lies at the core of our work, but will have the opportunity to practice them too.
All details of the day and booking information are here We look forward to seeing you on the 22nd July.
Treasurer & Vice Chair – London & SE Region
Next ACC NE training day, Building Recovery, will take place on Saturday 7th October 2017.
Dave Cooper, one of ACC UK’s Network Champions, will be leading the workshop which is aimed at educating and informing around addiction and how to work with and support people who are struggling with addictive lifestyles.
Further details will be posted as and when, if you are interested please contact email@example.com for further information.
Advance notice of an ACC SW training day.
Date: 17th March 2018
Venue: Shipham Village Hall, Somerset – just off the A38
Time: 10.30am – 4.30pm
Speaker: Pauline Andrew
For further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
ACC NE Network – Our training day held on 1st April 2017 and was led by Dr Henry Hollanders and entitled ‘Decisive Moments in Life and Therapy.’ ACC North East held their Spring Training Day on Saturday 1st April in New Earswick, near York. The day was led by Dr Henry Hollanders and the subject was ‘Decisive Moments in Life and Therapy.’
The morning sessions were spent looking at the characteristics of a decisive moment and thinking about decisive moments in our own lives; particular moments that were pivotal and significant and, in looking back, how we now view the decisions that we made at the time. In the afternoon we considered decisive moments in becoming a therapist and the concept of Calling. We finished the day considering the process of therapy and helping clients to recognise and respond to their own decisive moments. There was a good mixture of personal reflection, theory and group work and Dr Hollanders brought a wealth of knowledge and personal experience to the day and provided excellent handouts for future reference.