TAP is well known for the quality of the speakers who present to the ever growing audience of people interested in psychotherapy, counselling and emotional and physical health and well-being. From Counselling in the 21st century to past-life therapy; from homeopathy to neuroscience; working with children and adults, the LGBT communities and those bereaved - the range of subjects is wide and speakers expert. Our talks are attended by a wide variety of individuals including, social workers, teachers, counsellors, psychotherapists, nurses, clergy, doctors and people with a purely personal interest.
TAP believes that we have much to gain from sharing individual insights developed in a variety of settings. TAP offers an opening for people in the Taunton area to talk and hear about relevant material, theoretical and clinical. It also acts as a channel through which we can meet people from further afield whose ideas and work are of particular interest.
All talks are on Fridays at 7:45pm. Certificates for CPD are available.
Members of TAP can attend every talk free of charge, but non-members are very welcome. The charge at the door is £8 per person, £5 for the usual concessions (inc. students)
Reports on our talks and any handouts available will be uploaded to the BLOG page. Talks from previous years can be found on our Archives page.
Our next TAP Talk The next TAP Talk takes place on October 20th 2017: LISA FOOTE speaks on the subject of 'Looking Beyond Labels - Understanding Borderline Personality Disorder' Lisa Foote currently works as a Training Development Worker for Self-Injury Support and delivers training around self-harm and Borderline Personality Disorder to practitioners in the criminal justice, NHS and voluntary sectors. She is currently helping to develop a Personality Disorders Pathway within Bristol Mental Health services, looking at ‘Improving participation in self-harm’ research. Lisa also works on a psychoeducational Intervention for parents with personality disorders’ and with Styal H M Prison to develop support around self-harm for women entering prison and for prison officers. Lisa is passionate about grassroots mental health activism and service users voices informing service design, delivery, training and improvements for all.
The latest Programme of Talks can be downloaded HERE but if you would like reminders and full details of upcoming talks why not join our mailing list? Email email@example.com or fill in the form on our Contact page.
TAP Talks in 2016/17 take place in the newly refurbished Friends Meeting House, 13 Bath Place, Taunton TA1 4EP. Parking is available in the public car park in The Crescent.
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