I work with a colleague to deliver training as IN-SIGHT, a training partnership that supports those whose spend their lives supporting others. Through workshops and creative activities we offer continued professional development opportunities for individuals and organisations to develop your learning and expand your toolbox in addition to workshops focused on finding a healthier balance between work and personal well-being.
We are psychotherapists and supervisors who have extensive experience in the caring professions, grassroots community organisations and voluntary sector management. We offer a supportive, curious and creative space for you to fully consider your practice and awareness of yourself within your role and work place.
Training we offer…
We are currently taking a sabbatical from our training work and will update this page when workshops resume
We can create and deliver workshops tailored specifically to the needs of your group or organisation. Previous workshops have included;
Working with Grief & Loss, Working with Shame in Therapy, You, Me & Attachment – Working with attachment in therapy, The Unprepared Client & Therapy, Understanding & Supporting People who Self Harm, Understanding & Supporting Women with a Lived Experience of Trauma, Emotional Resilience for Workers, Emotional Well- Being & Self Care for helping professionals
Feedback from workshop participants;
“A good investment for counsellors of any level of experience. It especially gives the opportunity for reflective practice through trainer delivery, well facilitated and relevant group work…I commend it to all” Therapist – A Bit of a Strange Thing, BACP Professional Development Day
“Informative, fun and interactive CPD delivered in a format that got the best out of the presenter and the participant experience. Fully informed by research and applied directly to the daily working practices of the counselling profession. Excellent.” Therapist – A Bit of a Strange Thing
“I found it incredibly interesting, informative, moving, inspiring-all the things I want to get out of a day like that….I feel much better prepared to deal with it now.” School Counsellor – Understanding & Supporting people who self harm
To consider creating a workshop for your organisation or for more information please contact us by phone or email.
MBACP Registered & Accredited Psychotherapist & Counsellor
Trainer, Supervisor & Consultant www.trishblundelltherapy.co.uk
Trish began her work-life when she trained as a nurse at the Royal London Hospital Whitechapel in 1980. She has twenty years of therapy experience in East London, initially with the City & East London Bereavement Service, with whom she continues to work. Now as a BACP accredited psychotherapist, qualified supervisor, trainer and consultant she works in private practice.
For ten years Trish was the Counselling Manager for Crossroads Counselling based in Bethnal Green and in private practice continues to enjoy working with grassroots organisations helping them to consider the impact of their work on both the communities they serve and themselves. Trish has experience of working with individuals, couples, groups and small organisations both as a therapist and a consultant. Trish has a special interest in grief and loss and many years of experience within the learning and sensory disabled community.
MBACP Registered & Accredited Counsellor & Psychotherapist
Trainer, Consultant and Supervisor
Marcia began her work-life in London as a nurse in both hospital and the community. Marcia moved from nursing to the voluntary sector where, alongside training and working as a Counsellor and Psychotherapist she has worked as Organisational Manager of a counselling charity and Co-ordinator of a youth project providing one to one and group support for young women at risk of self harm.
Marcia currently works as a therapist & supervisor in private practice providing psychotherapy, counselling & supervision in Thame Oxfordshire and supervision nationally. She previously worked as a therapist in the voluntary sector in East London, initially for City and East London Bereavement Service and then Crossroads Counselling – an East London Charity making counselling accessible to people on low incomes. As part of her private practice she provides training & supervision to support professionals in the caring professions and voluntary sector. Marcia has additional training and experience in therapeutic youth work and in the therapeutic application of the arts.