Early Recollections: Understanding Your Deeper Self

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Early Recollections: Understanding Your Deeper Self

One-day workshop introducing you to the theory, practice and experience of Early Recollections, a powerful method of insight and change.

By The Adler Centre

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Sat, Jun 3, 2023 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM PDT


Harbour Centre 555 West Hastings Street Vancouver, BC V6B 4N6 Canada

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This one-day workshop provides the skills to use Early Recollections in counselling and psychotherapy.

Early Recollections are a Counselling Intervention used to bring about insightful, specific memories in counselling and psychotherapy.

These powerful memories provide therapists with an indispensable tool to facilitate deeper levels of change for client well-being and transformation.

This Adlerian Intervention strategy elicits material that is highly potent and effective for therapists working from a range of modalities from CBT through to psychodynamic, existential, feminist, and other therapeutic frameworks.

The one-day workshop will be on Saturday, June 3rd from 9:00am - 4:00pm PST:

Participants will receive a Certificate of Completion, attendance to the entire day is mandatory unless previously discussed with the facilitator.

This workshop is eligible for CEUs.

Financial support may be available. Please contact us at 604-742-1818 or info@adlercentre.ca to inquire about financial aid.

This workshop is facilitated by Jim Skinner (M.Ed, CPF) and Dr. Chris Shelley (Ph.D., CAC, CCC-S.) Together, Jim and Chris have nearly 70 years of experience using Early Recollections in counselling and psychotherapy.

Jim is the Executive Director of the Adler Centre. After retiring from 38 years in Public Education, he has been facilitating parenting workshops and seminars in schools and workplaces for over 30 years in the Greater Vancouver area. He teaches Adlerian Principles at the Post Graduate level. His passion lies in connecting people within the organic fabric of community. His vision is to foster a world with greater cooperation, peace and care of one another.

Chris is the clinical director of The Adler Centre, a not-for-profit counselling and teaching clinic in Vancouver operated by the Adlerian Psychology Association of BC. He has been an Adlerian educator and therapist in both England and Canada having taught for the Adlerian Society UK (London) and at The University of British Columbia - lecturing in the Faculty of Arts and also the graduate program in Counselling Psychology. Additionally, he is a clinical supervisor for City University of Seattle (Vancouver campus) and the author of various scholarly works in the fields of counselling, psychotherapy, theoretical psychology, and gender – social justice studies.

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