Emma Redfern - Counselling Plus Psychotherapy, EMDR & Supervision in Honiton & Topsham, Exeter

Using the Healthy Triangle to step off the Drama Triangle

24th March 2019, above Topsham Pharmacy EX3 0HE
10am to 4.30pm
Led by Emma Redfern
Small group of attendees (8 max)
Booking in advance essential
£60 self-funding, £70 third-party funding

Here is an opportunity to learn about the Drama Triangle and the lesser known Healthy Triangle. The workshop will help you to recognise when the Drama Triangle shows up in your work and help you realise ways in which you are already enabling Healthy-Triangle healing. It will also provide plenty of input to help you assist others (whether clients, supervisees or colleagues) to step off the Drama Triangle into healthy ways of relating.

The day will include a detailed handout, taught elements as well as being experiential. Teas and coffees will be available and there is a fridge if you wish to bring a packed lunch. Otherwise, Topsham has many interesting eateries close by.

If you are already a member of BACP, you can click here to login and scroll down to my letter 'Healthy Triangle' published online in July 2018. If you are not a member, I will gladly email you a copy of the letter on receipt of your contact details.

Email or text for a booking form.


Curiosity in Psychotherapy

Sunday, 2nd June 2019, 18 King Street, Honiton EX14 1AF
10am to 4.30pm
Led by Emma Redfern
Small group of attendees (8 max)
Booking in advance essential
£50 self-funding, £60 third-party funding

Have fun and pique your curiosity about this much-overlooked(?) or much-maligned(?) therapeutic power tool.

Have you ever noticed or considered why if a psychotherapy text refers to curiosity or being curious in the body of the text, the index rarely lists the entries? Do you believe curiosity is best left to children and something we develop out of and away from? Are you secretly (or openly) a fan of curiosity and model it for your clients and/or supervisees?

I have been researching and thinking about curiosity in psychotherapy for at least 3 years now. I would like the opportunity to share what I have discovered with you and to hear what you have to say on the subject about how curiosity shows up in your practice.

The day will include a taught element, handout and experiential exercises to do on your own and with group members. Teas and coffees will be available and there is a fridge if you wish to bring a packed lunch. Otherwise, Honiton has many interesting eateries within walking distance of the venue.

Email or text for a booking form.


An Introduction to Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy

Thursday 11th July, 2019
Friends Meeting House, Wynards Lane, Magdalen Street, Exeter EX2 4HU
9.30am for a 10am start through to 4.30pm finish
Led by Jane Hawkes and Emma Redfern
(Both level 3 graduates and experienced Program Assistants who use IFS in their practices)
Booking in advance essential
£70

Here is an opportunity to learn more about this cutting edge method of psychotherapy developed in the USA by Richard Schwartz and now being taught all round the world. IFS is gentle and respectful yet extremely powerful. It is based on the premise that we all have a higher ‘Self’ capable of compassion for all parts of us, even those that feel difficult or shameful. When these parts are fully understood and unburdened it is liberating, energising and transformational. There is growing evidence in the US of the method’s efficacy.

The day will be have taught elements as well as being experiential. Viewing part of a therapy session between Richard Schwartz and an IFS client is included as well as seeing a brief live demo. The day is suitable for anyone who would like an introduction to the IFS model or who is considering doing the training.

For more information about IFS, see the Self leadership website.




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