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Seminars for Therapists and Health Professionals

We provide cutting-edge continuing professional development (CPD) seminars for therapists of all modalities and health professionals, as well as occasional educational talks for the general public. We bring leading trainers to deliver these workshops mostly in Newbury, which is ideally located just 5 minutes from J13 of M4, and near A34 between Oxford and Southampton. We are just one hour by train to/from London Paddington.

Enquiries:   M: 07599 369566

Average scores from all six of our seminars during 2017 from 73 feedback forms:

Quality of Speaker 92%
Overall assessment of event 92%

Average scores from all six of our seminars during 2016 from approximately 100 feedback forms:

Quality of Speaker 93%
Overall assessment of event 94%

Really excellent (I don't often say that!)

Personality Disorders, 2016

As usual, event top notch.

Dreams, 2016

Fantastic delivery of the course by Karen, very insightful and interesting.

Sex Addiction, 2016

I found this to be one of the best workshops I have attended in a long while. Clear, concise and inspiring.

Dream seminar 2014

The events are always good and well organised.

Dreams, 2016

Informative, experiential, transformative, focussed.

Meditation, 2016

Excellent attention to detail. Good sense of cohesion around group and speaker.

Dreams, 2016

I really have learned a lot and gained useful ideas of how to work therapeutically.

Austism, 2016

Great organisation

Meditation, 2016

I did a 10 week course in mindfulness recently but learned more today in just one day!

William Bloom workshop 2014

Extremely thought - and feeling - provoking

Energy Psychotherapy, 2017

Excellent and clear. Speaker's knowledge and experience shines through.

Neuroscience, 2016

Gave a good insight into the complexity of treating addiction and the pitfalls of dismantling defences too quickly.

Addiction, 2015

As usual, a WONDERFUL and hugely entertaining day

Meditation, 2016
Previous Events

Read our summaries and key learning points from past seminars

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