Post Abortion Counselling Workshop 2021 – Please Register Interest to be added to our Waiting List

Post Abortion Counselling – DATE TBC for 2021 – Flyer

This is a “deep dive” into working with individuals impacted by the experience of termination.  The topic of abortion is an area of work that triggers strong emotions, thoughts and reactions, both with the people who bring this topic to us, but also us as counsellors.

I am delighted to work in partnership with Jane Brown and support the offering of this workshop online via Zoom.  Jane was a founding member of “The Acorn Centre” which is a registered charity in Nuneaton.  The Acorn Centre provides specialist pregnancy counselling for women and men throughout Warwickshire. They are one of the only charities in the local area that offers support to people who are facing difficult pregnancy related issues, such as fertility issues, miscarriage and still birth, and post natal depression among others

This workshop is an opportunity for you to hear from Jane who has over twenty years of working in this specialist field, who will share her experience, learning and examples from her practice to illustrate theory, practice and the need to think about the practicalities of working in this specialist area.  The workshop is designed to allow those attending to reflect on their own beliefs and experiences as individuals and practitioners, using a range of questions and ideas to consider how diversity in culture, faith, beliefs and backgrounds can magnify the tensions between society and families, alongside navigating the medical model.

For more information please read the flyer above and if you are interested in expressing interest in this CPD, for yourself or your organisation, please either complete the workshop booking form below or contact me to discuss your organisations requirements at anneboothabcd@gmail.com

Workshop Booking Form

Body Image; an Exploration of Influences, ‘Health’ messages and the Impact of this on our Well Being – Please Register Interest to be added to our Waiting List

Research tells us that body image concerns tend to lead to social anxiety problems.  While it can be difficult to distinguish between the official diagnoses regarding body image and social anxiety, the truth is when you’re not feeling good about yourself, you’re more reluctant to socialize and to seek out relationships.


Some concerns about body image aren’t unusual. We are all human, and our nature is to focus on the imperfections, rather than seek our perfections. Yet, body-image concerns can affect our ability to be fully present in our relationships.

This experiential workshop is an opportunity to consider and explore your own relationship with the subject of body image and equip and enhance your confidence in working with clients to improve body image and self-esteem.

Body Shaming Flyer – Date to be Confirmed

Workshop Booking Form

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