New training day: Improving access to therapy for disabled clients

New training day: Improving access to therapy for disabled clients

I’m really excited to say that I’ll be delivering a¬†one-day training workshop at the Marple Cross Centre in Southsea, Portsmouth for therapists and mental health practitioners in September.

Disabled people often find it difficult to access counselling and therapy services, sometimes because of practical barriers such as steps etc, or for financial reasons, or because they don’t feel welcomed or supported to access the services on offer.

“The workshop I’m running on September 12th 2015 will help therapists – particularly in private practice – to improve the service they offer to potential clients whose disability might make it more difficult for them to access the therapy they want.”

This is a real passion for me and so I’m thrilled to be offering the workshop at Marple Cross. You can click on this link for more information and to book. And you can listen to an interview I gave to Marple Cross about the reasons why it makes sense to welcome more disabled clients to your practice in this video:

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