We are delighted to be able to resume our talks with the help of the Brewhouse venue in Taunton. This first talk is by Julia Samual about her new book "This Too Shall Pass" and will be taking place at;
6.30PM - Tuesday 22nd September 2020
Venue: Brewhouse Theatre, Coal Orchard, Taunton TA1 1JL
About the talk
We live in a culture of limitless choice - and life is now more complex than ever. In This Too Shall Pass, acclaimed psychotherapist Julia Samuel draws on hours of conversations with her patients to show how we can learn to adapt and thrive during our most difficult and transformative experiences.
Tickets: £9.50 from Brendon Books
Call 01823-337742 or www.brendonbooks.co.uk
Beth Livingston presented a popular talk at TAP 'Perspectives on Fibromyalgia' alongside Maddy Newson in 2019. The landscape of Counselling and Psychotherapy has been through an upheaval since then, prompting questions for many about how we practice within current and potentially ongoing restrictions. For some therapists this may have led them to consider the option of working outside. As such this timely talk from Beth examines Ecotherapy and the act of moving psychotherapy outside. Beth is relatively new to Ecotherapy and does not present herself as an expert but, as someone who has started down this path, is able to bring insight from her experiences and learning.
Whilst this format of talk prevents the usual Q&A and networking we all associate with a TAP talk, Beth has invited anyone with further questions to contact her directly by email: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Further details about Beth and the therapy she offers, are available from her website http://www.bethlivingston.co.uk/
Finally on behalf of it's members, TAP would like to thank Beth for her generosity in providing this talk.
Without further ado and a virtual round of applause we are pleased to present;
Beth Livingston - Ecotherapy and the act of moving psychotherapy outside.
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