Embodied, Embedded, Emergence*

8-10th June 2018 is a weekend dedicated to clinical supervision with a movement-based and creative focus. It will be taking place in a peaceful venue in Kent with plenty of room to move both indoors and outdoors, surrounded by nature.

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The weekend offers supervision and creative reflective practice with Céline. It is a two-day retreat inspired by the work of key practitioners in the fields of mindfulness and movement practices (Reeve, amongst many), creative group work (Moreno), creative supervision (Chesner and Zografou) and Eco supervision (O’Driscoll); it will offer a focus on the body and working with our environment, with some time working outdoors.

It is open to Psychotherapists – accomplished and new to the field – . Artists, Spiritual Practitioners, Leaders and other Professionals interested in working with movement, the environment and creativity to investigate challenges and themes of particular interest in their work.

This will be a closed group for a maximum of 8 participants. Attendance in full is necessary.

Venue: The Quadrangle Trust, Shoreham, TN14 7RP, Kent, 45mins on the train from London

dates: 8-10 June 2018

Times: 6-8.30pm Friday, 9.30am – 5pm Saturday and 10 – 3pm Sunday with a 1h lunch breakfast

Cost: £185

Book on this workshop (accommodation not included). Please email me to let me know that you have made a payment.


Embodied, Embedded, Emergence 3 2017Accommodation: 
Accommodation costs on site in 2017 ranged from £17 per night in a dorm (of maximum 8) or with your own tent or van, to £90 per night in a yurt (BOOKED). Costs for 2018 have not yet been set but will likely be a little higher though not too much. If you would prefer to stay in a local B&B’s please contact me for more detail.

Meals: Organic vegetarian meals can be provided upon request at £8 per person per meal + £3 per person per breakfast. This formula means that I buy the food and we prepare meals together. Snacks and drinks are included in the booking fee.

*title used with kind permission of Therese O’Driscoll as it is the title of her Eco Supervision approach. For more detail please read her article Eco Supervision: Towards an Ecological Consciousness in Supervision.

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