Cut the cr*p: Language, Risks and Relationships in Systemic Therapy

All relationships contain some element of risk. This workshop concerns the use of language in both therapy and supervision, and how it contributes to the necessary risk-taking that will be a part of therapists’ and supervisors’ repertoires. The ways in which we create a safe enough context in therapy, through the uses of language as well as non-linguistic means, are the crucial elements in our endeavours as supervisors and therapists.

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