Datum / čas
20:00 - 21:30
When the therapist and the client feel safe, a lot of desired changes can happen. If there is a lack of safety, the wanted goals of the client are removing more and more. To feel safe is important for the client as well as for the therapist, because feeling safe is coproduction of both of them.
In this webinar we talk about the different fields of safety, how to establish them and what to do when they are lacking. Creating safety is a general requirement for all therapeutical methods and schools. If you want to make your work easier and efficient, more solid and sustainable, this webinar is for you!
- Webinar will be held in English with translation into Czech language.
- Participants will gain access to stream or download the webinar recording. The webinar will be held on ZOOM video conferencing platform. Technical requirements for using zoom can be found below.
Further events with Andreas Huckele:
- 6th Craniosacral Conference – The Healing Power of Relationship
- Practical seminar – How to get cooperation into your therapeutic toolbox?
Andreas Huckele is a writer, teacher, systemic supervisor and couple therapist with the focus on the fields of sexuality, trauma, relationship, abuse and communication. He works with individuals as well as with institutions based on a more than 20 year experience in very different settings. He gives lectures at congresses and conferences, lead seminars for professionals and laypeople, work as a supervisor in institutions and is an award-winning author.
His motivation is to connect what is disconnected and to communicate what is unspeakable to make togetherness and cooperation possible to create a mind-heart and body connected field in the presence.
His practical work is completed by the methods of Somatic Experiencing, Ego-State Therapy, Nonviolent Communication, Inner Child Work, Coaching, Systemic Sex Therapy and Systemic Family Therapy.
Technical requirements for using Zoom:
Zoom is designed to work on most devices. OS Windows, MAC and most OS Linux. Supported by web browsers: Internet Exlorer 11+, Edge 12+, Firefox 27+, Chrome 30+, Safari 7+
You need a computer with at least a 1GHz processor, so in layman’s terms: a computer not older than 5 years can handle it with ease.
You need at least 1.5 Mbps to download. Which currently satisfies the vast majority of connections.
If you are unsure about anything, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org