About the Workshop
A Counseling Model for People in Ministry is a six hour workshop that will help you become a more effective counselor.
Developed from the solution focused model of therapy, this training helps individuals, couples and families find solutions to the challenges they are facing without engaging in a long, drawn out process of counseling.
This model follows a strength-based, goal oriented approach to helping people. Rather than focusing on the problems of the past, this approach focuses on the individuals strengths, and positive resources, drawing from these qualities to build lasting solutions for one’s life and relationships.
In this workshop you will learn:
How to approach problems from a more empowered position.
The four elements of good clinical listening.
12 basic interviewing skills.
The eight characteristics of well formed clinical goals.
How to approach the challenges of life and relationships from a more hopeful and empowered position.
These skills will not only help you become a more effective counselor, they will also enrich the quality of your own life and relationships.
Whether you are a seasoned counselor or someone who just wants to learn some counseling skills, you don’t want to miss this workshop; A Counseling Model for People in Ministry; it will help you to become a more effective counselor.
Counseling Workshop Dates, Places, & Times
Saturday 6th October
Life church, Portlaoise
From 9.30am to 4.30pm
Saturday 13th October
Discovery Church, Galway
From 9.30am to 4.30pm
Cost (workshop + manual)
Before 24th September:
Team of 3 => €70 each + bring another person for free
Couples => €120
Individuals => each person = €70
Students, OAP, unemployed => €40
After 24th September standard prices applies:
Team of 3 => €80 each + bring another person for free
Couples => €140
Individuals => each person = €80
Students, OAP, unemployed => €50
Light refreshments will be provided and a certificate of completion will be mailed to registered participants.
Please contact John Lowry on 087 419 6937 / firstname.lastname@example.org or Patrick O’Loughlin on 087 185 7090 / email@example.com