Presented by Margaret Nimmo-Smith


Counselling CPD Workshops are open to counselling students, practicing counsellors/psychotherapists and other professionals. The workshops can also contribute towards ‘The Advanced Certificate in Counselling Studies’

This workshop will explore the grieving process and relate this to different theories of grief and loss, including more modern frameworks. Each individual grieves differently,
and so we will also examine the Adlerian concept of Life Style in relation to grieving, and reflect on the importance of Social Interest and the Crucial Cs. There will be
opportunity for participants to explore their own responses to grief and loss, so that they are able to work more effectively with bereaved clients.

Brief presentations, interactive demonstrations, small and large group discussion and experiential exercises. Participants will learn most from engaging in the exercises and demonstrations,
which will provide opportunities for active participation, ‘learning through doing’, and exploring ideas, feelings and how what is learned might be applied in practice.

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

Margaret Nimmo-Smith is an accredited Adlerian counsellor and registered UKCP psychotherapist living and working in Cambridge. She led the Diploma in Adlerian Counselling at Bottisham Village College, a post she has held for 10 years. While undergoing her initial counselling course, Margaret also trained to become a Cruse bereavement volunteer and has worked with Cambridge Cruse ever since. She wears many different hats within Cruse: volunteer, supervisor, chair of Cambridge Client Services committee and registered trainer, delivering the
new mandatory nationally accredited Awareness in Bereavement Care course. She has been involved with the annual Adlerian residential Summer School in the UK where she has delivered the workshop on Grief and Loss for over 8 years. More recently she has been invited to facilitate Bereavement workshops for the Bucks Adlerian Training, for the Irish Adlerian Summer School in Clonmel and for the Latvian  Adlerian Institute in Riga. She gave the Hertha Orgler Memorial Lecture on Bereavement and Social  Interest to ASIIP in June 2008 Margaret works one morning a week as a counsellor for a GP practice, and also runs a private practice offering counselling and supervision.


Course Details

Day Saturday
Time 09:45 - 17:00
Weeks/Term 1
Start Date 7/5/2022
Cost £80
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