Presented by Bruce Tate

We come across difference and diversity every day – anything from age to gender, cultural differences, class, religion, sexual orientation and aspects of communication. Sometimes this may  be clearly visible, whilst at others it may not so clear and obvious. Ethical practice for counsellors or supervisors requires us to have an awareness of where we encounter difference and diversity  and how we respond.

This workshop, which is suitable for qualified counsellors, supervisors and students, aims to give participants the opportunity to consider issues of difference; insight into their own prejudices, and how to work with difference in a counselling setting, from an Adlerian perspective.


The day will include experiential exercises, discussion and the use of creative media to explore difference and diversity in a supportive and encouraging environment.

Hot water is available for drinks but please bring your own tea/coffee/milk.  Please bring a packed lunch.

Bruce Tate Registered Member MBACP (Accred), BA Hons co-ordinates the counselling training program and is co-tutor on the Diploma in Adlerian Counselling course at Bottisham Village College.  He works as an independent counsellor alongside training commitments.  Bruce has attended Adlerian training in Europe, the USA and Canada, and has completed training with Pink Therapy.  Bruce teaches at the international Adlerian Summer School (  He has led training in Ireland, Romania, Slovakia, the USA, Greece and Singapore. He  contributes to Adlerian training based in Shanghai and contributed to the first Latin American Adlerian conference in 2021.

Course Details

Day Saturday
Time 9.45-17.00
Weeks/Term 1 day
Start Date 04/02/2023
Cost £80
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