Since Juliet does not have time to run the Certificate in Working With Couples course herself, as is getting requests for more of these to be run, she has trained a small team up to run these workshops. Some people also run other workshops for her. Here is info about the trainers.
|Mary Clegg Is an accredited member of COSRT, Member of the UKCP, Fellow of SSSSR and is a clinical supervisor. Her experience and Masters Degree qualification as a psychosexual therapist (trained at the Porterbrook in Sheffield) enables her to deliver up to date, evidence based material. She has run workshops for many Relate offices all over the country and Ireland, and has extensive speaking experience both with small groups and larger conferences. She recently co-ordinated delivery of a lectured to student doctors of the Sexual Medicine Module at Sheffield University. COSRT approved to run Juliet’s Certificate in Working With Couples.|
|NICOLA JONES has worked with couples since 2006. She is Relate registered, accredited by the National Counselling Society and a member and Vice Chair of the International Attachment Network. She has a private practice in Portishead and Bristol where she works with individuals, couples and families. Nicola has an MA in Gender Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London (2008), has trained in family systems therapy with the Institute of Family Therapy, trained at The Bowlby Centre for 2 years. Nicola has considerable experience of, and her clinical work is significantly informed by attachment theory with its links with neuroscience, infant development and developmental psychology. COSRT approved to run Juliet Grayson’s (Interaction Training) Certificate in Working With Couples.|
|Julie Newberry has been a counselling psychotherapist, clinical supervisor, and trainer for 10 years. Prior to this she had a commercial management career focusing on recruitment, training and business development. She was also a lecturer in Counselling at a local HE college. She is accredited with both BACP and NCS. She qualified in Integrated Humanistic Counselling and has since taken further qualifications in CBT, couples therapy, counselling supervision and treatment of sex offenders. She provides therapy to individuals, couples and groups, both face to face and remotely.|
|Lottie Passell-Syms is an Integrative Psychosexual and Relationship Therapist, She offers therapy for a wide range of sexual issues for individuals or couples. She qualified at The Centre of Psychosexual Health, Islington, London (Cabby Laffy). She is a clinical supervisor. She has a Certificate of Education and has been part of the Eastleigh College Counselling/Training Team and Alton College. CBT Practitioner working with Young People and Adults with Anxiety/Stress. She holds a Diploma in Hypnotherapy. COSRT approved to run Juliet’s Certificate in Working With Couples.|
|Jo Watson is a UKCP registered psychotherapist with 20 years post qualifying experience in psychotherapy and over 14 years post qualifying experience in both training and clinical supervision of counsellors and psychotherapists (in the UK and abroad). Jo holds additional professional qualifications in cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) and couples counselling. Jo’s first full time counselling post was at Sandwell Rape Crisis Centre where she stayed for 6 years from 1996-2002, working with women and girls who had experienced sexual violence. Jo was also actively involved in the Rape Crisis movement, including being on the board of directors of the Rape Crisis Federation of Wales and England (1998-2000). Over the last 14 years Jo has taught on various counselling courses in Birmingham, (including 11 years of teaching on an integrative diploma at Halesowen College) and presently Jo teaches on the Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling in Redditch Worcestershire. Jo has extensive experience in clinical supervision and has delivered a wide variety of training over the last 22 years to many organisations, schools and colleges. Jo’s private practice is in South Birmingham. COSRT approved to run Juliet’s Certificate in Working With Couples.|
|Cassandra Jay’s therapeutic approach is integrative and incorporates elements of Person-centred therapy, Psychodynamic theory, Gestalt and Imago therapies and a systemic approach. She offers Psychosexual and Relationship therapy, Addiction therapy, Mindfulness, CBT, general counselling, hypnotherapy and NLP.
After completing her BSc (Hons) in Psychology, she qualified with the London Diploma in Psychosexual and Relationship Therapy. She holds a Certificate in Counselling Skills and an HNC in Early Childhood Studies with extensive study in child/parental relationships and attachment. She has also completed specialist training on working with sexual minorities including the LGBT(Q) community.
|William Ayot is a poet, playwright, workshop leader and speaker, He runs courses for therapists including: Poetry Healing and Emotion; Working with Symbols and Ritual: An Experiential Workshop for Therapists. He has over 25 years business experience, which, combined with his proven creativity, brings a powerful presence to any course he runs. He has a particular interest in the conversation between organisations and the arts, and a commitment to bringing soul and imagination to the workplace. As a founding director and later chairman of Olivier Mythodrama, William led groundbreaking leadership workshops and seminars, delivering at the most senior levels. His client list is a Who’s Who of world class organisations. William has worked at many of the world’s top business schools and is Poet in Residence at Oxford Said Business school. He offers Maximum Impact: Communication Masterclass and his powerful and incisive Maximum Impact Coaching. Writing includes the play Bengal Lancer, three poetry collections: Small Things that Matter, The Inheritance, and the prize winning (The People’s Book Prize special achievement award) E-Mail for the Soul: New and Selected Leadership Poems. His latest book is a prose book: Re-enchanting the Forest: Meaningful Ritual in a secular world. William is a spokesperson for NACoA, the National Association for the Children of Alcoholics and a Patron of the Swan Project, Bristol.|