AWARDS

Therapy and Counselling

Most Supportive Relationship Therapist (Wales): Juliet Grayson

Juliet Grayson and the team at Therapy and Counselling
have been running workshops for many decades,
but at the start of the pandemic these all moved online.
This award, announced in May 2022, has been given for the quality of the course content and the consistently high standard of the training delivery.

Sex therapist, Juliet Grayson said,
“It’s amazing to have our work appreciated in this way.
We are used to getting great feedback from individuals after our
workshops, but we never
dreamt we would get this kind of
public recognition. I’ve been doing this for almost 30 years now,
and I am grateful – not only to have been nominated –
but to have actually won
in our category.
Therapists and trainers do not usually get recognised in this way.
Thank you
to GHP.”

Courses that Therapy and Counselling run for the general public include 

  • Teens! Understanding Teenagers and How To Support Them _This workshop is also suitable for therapists who have 
  • Boys! For Parents who Struggle with Boisterous Boys
  • Anger Rage and Relationship
  • Working With Shame
  • Therapy Marathons: A Deep Dive into Personal Development

Then they offer courses for therapists on:

  • Working with couples and sexual problems – a 6 modular training
  • Therapy With Men: Lives of Quiet Desperation,
  • Storytelling: Go Tell It To The Mountain
  • Creative Writing in the Therapeutic Encounter
  • Different Loves: Polyamory, Polygamy and 

They also have on-demand recordings (see jandw.thinkific.com) of webinars on topics such us 

  • Shame,
  • Abuse,
  • Attachment,
  • Poetry 
  • Working With Couples and the
  • Body based method Pesso Boyden System of Psychotherapy.

For more information and workshop dates see www.therapyandcounselling.co.uk

To see the award page:
www.ghp-news.com/winners/therapy-and-counselling/

This award acknowledges the
consistently high quality & wide range of the training courses that
Juliet Grayson, William Ayot, & the team offer to
counsellors & the general public.

See the full course list here

www.therapyandcounselling.co.uk.

These include:
Couples Therapy
Personal Development Workshops using the Pesso Boyden System of Psychotherapy (PBSP)
Anger,
Men,
Shame
& many more

Also, see on-demand webinars on topics such as Shame, Relationships, Poetry, & PBSP: jandw.thinkific.com

 

 

About Therapy and Counselling.
Therapy and Counselling have been around since 1994, and running training courses since
the mid 90’s. Juliet Grayson is author of Landscapes of the Heart: The working world of a
sex and relationship therapist.

For more details contact Juliet Grayson on 01291 638805 or email
juliet@therapyandcounselling.co.uk
Some courses are for the general public:
Teens! Understanding Teenagers and How To Support Them
 Boys! For Parents who Struggle with Boisterous Boys
 Anger Rage and Relationship
 A Matter of Life and Death: The Quest for Maturity, Soul and Resilience in Uncertain Times
 Working With Shame
 Therapy Marathons: A Deep Dive into Personal Development

Some courses are for psychotherapists, counsellors and health workers:
 A six module course for Working With Couples For Therapists Who Usually Work One-to-One
 Lives of Quiet Desperation: Therapeutic Work with Men
 Creative Writing in the Therapeutic Encounter
 Attachment Informed Couple Therapy
 Go Tell It On The Mountain: Storytelling for Healing and Change
 Working With Trauma and the Living Body
Therapy and Counselling have also created an online resource of recordings of webinars,

covering topics including:
 13 talks on different aspects of Exploring Shame,
 The Nightingale in the Soul: Poetry and the Masculine Heart,
 How Pesso Boyden Helps with Attachment,
 Childhood Sexual Abuse: The Body Keeps the Score,
 Pesso Boyden System of Psychotherapy (PBSP): From the Client’s Perspective,
 PBSP: A Live Therapy Session,
 PBSP: Techniques,
 The Most Important Relationship Skill,
 How to Negotiate Skillfully to Reach a Win-Win in Relationships,
 Working With Couples: Why Bother,
 Working With Couples: The Basics

About the Mental Health awards
 In previous years mental health has been one of the most neglected areas of healthcare around the world. The Covid-19 pandemic has forced a change in this behaviour and has brought the mental health and wellbeing of ourselves and those around us to the forefront of our minds.

 Since 2019 many threats have been imposed to the mental wellbeing and health of
millions worldwide, and as we continue to navigate through unprecedented times,
the roles carried out by companies and individuals operating within the mental
health sector remain of critical importance.
 In light of this, Global Health & Pharma is proud to host the return of the Mental
Health Awards. These awards have been created to honour the innovation,
determination and outstanding levels of care demonstrated by those who place our
mental health and wellbeing at the forefront of their practice.

PRESS RELEASE FROM GHP MAGAZINE
 United Kingdom, 2022 – GHP Magazine has announced the winners of the 2022
Mental Health Awards programme.
 GHP proudly announces a successful return of the Mental Health Awards
programme. The programme is designed to acknowledge and celebrate leading
pioneers in the global mental health industry. With people experiencing a lot
throughout their lives, and with the pandemic creating turbulent times, the mental
health industry has worked hard to alleviate many stresses by continuing to
introduce new technologies, solutions, and methods, allowing people to lead happy
and healthy lives. This awards programme truly demonstrates the strength of
individuals and businesses as they make huge differences to the people around them.
 As a brand, GHP takes pride in awarding businesses and professionals who have
gone above and beyond to play a pivotal role within this ever-evolving sector. The
Awards programme continues to acknowledge leading pioneers and technology developers across the globe.
 Our Awards Coordinator, Harwinder Pawar, has commented on the success of this
programme: “Hosting the Mental Health Awards programme has been a highly
valuable experience. I would like to congratulate the winners of the 2022 Mental
Health awards and wish them all good luck for all of their future endeavours!”

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parenting skills,
anger, shame, resilience, and deep personal development work. Then they offer courses for
therapists on: working with couples and sexual problems, men, trauma, storytelling and
creative writing.
They also have 90 minute recordings on topics such as: Shame, Abuse, Attachment, Working
With Couples and the body based method Pesso Boyden System of Psychotherapy.