Who should attend
No academic qualification is required, and most courses are suitable for students who are new to the subject.
All teaching is in English (unless a foreign-language course). If your first language is not English, you need to satisfy yourself that you have the required near-native command of the language to get the maximum benefit from studying with ICE.
About the course
This course offers an introduction to theories, practice, and ethics that inform better communication in a variety of professional situations and everyday relationships.
You will discover the benefits of active listening, empathic responding and emotional focusing to improve self-awareness, supported by material drawn from Philosophy and Zen Buddhism, meditation and mindful approaches to wellbeing.
- 09:30 Arrival tea & coffee
- 10:00 Session 1: Skills in Theory
- 11:15 Coffee
- 11:45 Session 2: Skills in Practice I
- 13:00 Lunch
- 14:00 Session 3: Skills in Practice II
- 15:15 Tea
- 15:30 Session 4: The Compassionate Culture
- 17:00 Day school ends
Julie Webb is a psychotherapist and supervisor in private practice in Cambridge and a member of the counselling and wellbeing team at Anglia Ruskin University. As a counselling trainer and lecturer in both FE and HE settings, Julie is passionate about experiential process: how we encounter one a...
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Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.