Continuing Professional Development cpd short courses for counsellors and psychotherapists

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The Trainers

Robin WALFORD,
MA , CTA, TSTA
Director, LCPD

Robin is a Psychotherapist (UK Council for Psychotherapy registered), a Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst, has a Masters degree in psychological therapies and is also an Anglican priest. He has had almost 40 years experience as a psychodynamic counsellor and later a TA psychotherapist in a private clinical practice working with individuals and couples and he worked for a number of years for the National Health Service. Robin has considerable experience as a trainer and supervisor, and in addition to his active role within the training programmes at LCPD, he teaches as a visiting trainer in a wide variety of settings. He holds the UKATA Medal for services to Transactional Analysis and particularly for his contribution to ethics. Robin believes that all difficulties in relationships are co-created and it is only by each person accepting their part in a difficulty that relationships can improve.


Jane WALFORD,
MBChB MRCPsych CTA TSTA
Director, LCPD

Jane’s original training was in medicine and psychiatry.  She qualified as a UKCP registered psychotherapist in 1992 and has trained and supervised psychotherapists and counsellors since 1994.  Her current interests and focus are her supervision practice, the training and supervision of supervisors and facilitating continuing professional development groups and courses for qualified practitioners.  She runs a number of lively, stimulating and supportive CPD groups for counsellors, psychotherapists and supervisors from a wide range of modalities. She holds the UKATA Medal for services to Transactional Analysis and particularly for her contribution to training standards. Jane believes that professional learning doesn’t end with qualification and her aim is to create a safe, supportive and suitably challenging environment where professional development can continue for practitioners throughout their practice.

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