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This stimulating 2 day intensive workshop offers understanding of and practical applications to address the emotional repercussions of dyslexia. It is appropriate for all those who support dyslexic people such as counsellors, trainers, supervisors, social workers, youth workers, tutors, teachers, teaching assistants, managers etc.
The workshop has been designed as a foundation for professionals, who already have a basic understanding and practice of working with dyslexia, who wish to enhance their work within a basic counselling/coaching framework with a therapeutic element.
If you are looking to further develop your skills and confidence in working with dyslexic clients using the GroOops approach, or add some new techniques to your tool box, this is the course for you.
You will join like minded individuals for a two day creative and therapeutic-coach based workshop addressing the Emotional Repercussions of Dyslexia based in a tranquil, harmonious setting that nurtures personal and professional wellbeing and self-care.
We will be focusing specifically on sharing our learning from ten years of our GroOops Dyslexia Aware Counselling experience, helping you to develop your personal practice further and offering ways to pass it on to your client base in creative ways.
You will leave this workshop with improved clarity and understanding of;
There are any number of assistive technology and skills based strategies specifically designed to support the dyslexic learner. However, at GroOops we believe that someone in emotional distress because of their dyslexia is not in the right frame of mind to absorb still more information.
Many clients are overwhelmed when they find they are dyslexic and are trying to make sense of who they thought they were, who they are, and who they can be.
Others have no idea that dyslexia is anything more than something to do with reading and writing and are confused and disorientated by their seeming inability to cope with life generally and their emotional reactions specifically.
Dyslexia is so much more than a difficulty with reading and writing, both through its inherent constitutional weaknesses but also in its potential, and often disregarded, outstanding strengths.
At GroOops we believe that dyslexia can impact on the emotions in very profound and insidious ways. Our ten years of experience have shown that, if unaddressed or misunderstood, dyslexia can impact in subtle and distressing ways on every aspect of a person’s life from their personal relationships through to their ability to contend with their environment.
When these challenges are addressed therapeutically our clients have the opportunity to develop an integrated sense of dyslexic identity, build resilience and self-worth, learn to become their own self-advocate and develop a sense of purpose and meaning in life.
The reason our training programme is so successful is because we know and understand what therapeutic skills need to be developed and what strategies you require as a professional to bring about the potential for change and help dyslexic clients live more self-compassionate and meaningful lives.
A familiarisation of how dyslexia can present itself; strengths and weaknesses; life course experiences; the raft of emotional repercussions that can occur and why.
Focuses specifically on practice. This training is highly experiential, making use of personal experiences, case studies, videos, small groups, creative experiential exercises and live supervision demonstrations.
Integrated are aspects of psycho-educational approaches, mindfulness, neuroscience, counselling skills and positive psychology.
Fundamentals of Dyslexia Aware Therapeutic Mentoring addressing the Emotional Repercussions of Dyslexia.
A 2 day Intensive Experiential Workshop for professionals.
London, Wednesday 14th and Thursday 15th June 2017.
Time: 10am – 4pm
Venue: Finchley N3
Cost: Day 1 & 2: £150
This workshop is now fully booked!