Counselling Courses and Resources

Resources for Clergy during Covid-19 and into the Future

The Counselling Service is not only for those in need of on-going therapy. Current pressures in ministry are such that it is important to find safe places to unburden. If you are unable to do this with a colleague or friend, you are welcome to contact the service for a ‘reflective space’ where you can think about what is happening in your work and role as a priest, which may feel it has altered profoundly, either as a one off conversation or as a place to check in on an ad hoc basis as and when you feel the need.

St Luke’s Virtual Clergy Wellbeing Programme

From time to time I will provide links to articles here which may be of use as aids to reflection and psychological understanding as we continue to live with the effects of Covid-19 and plan for the future.
Sarah Cooke, Bishop's Adviser on Bishop's Adviser in Pastoral Care and Counselling 

An Introduction to Analytical Psychotherapy 2020-21

This 2 part course provides a helpful introduction to all aspect of analytical psychotherapy. It will be of interest and use to those working in the helping professions, including clergy, social workers, teachers and mental health workers, in fact anyone who wishes to deepen their understanding of analytic concepts, the theories underpinning them and the nature of different kinds of emotional and psychological illness.  The course can be done either as a whole or as one term only. This course will be taught entirely via Zoom Video Conferencing, click here for more information and how to apply.

The Birmingham Analytical Psychotherapy Training: Public Lecture Series 2020-21

The Analytical Psychotherapy Training in Birmingham presents a series of five Public lectures over the course of the academic year which may be of interest to clergy in deepening their understanding of different kinds of human experience and suffering and how this may be worked with in psychotherapy. The lectures take place on Saturdays in an accessible venue in Central Birmingham. Download this flyer to find out more.

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