Good Enough Parenting Course
2018年4月25日 星期三 19:00 至 20:30 The Bookworm Courtyard #4, South Sanlitun Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing Phone: 10 6503 2050 老书虫 北京市朝阳区南三里屯路4号院 电话：10 6503 2050
2018年4月25日 星期三 19:00 至 20:30
The Beijing Bookworm
The Beijing Bookworm
10 6586 9507
strengthening families and working with parents and education professionals in order to help children grow to become emotionally healthy individuals. They enjoy delivering training workshops to parents, educators, community groups and corporate organisations to help individuals reflect on their own thought patterns and behaviours and connect more effectively with their children.
social and emotional development of children and their ability to acquire adaptive schemas (positive thought patterns, learned behaviours, ways of processing the world). As a licensed facilitator of GEP, he now enjoys combining his educational and managerial experience with his counselling practice to provide coaching and mentoring for parents in family dynamics.
Titi is a counsellor and psychotherapist registered with the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (MBACP). She has a BSc degree in Integrative Counselling from the University of Surrey and he has over 12 years’ experience working in the area of mental health, as well as in school-based settings in the UK and in China. Her practice as a therapist includes using existential, person-centred, psychodynamic or cognitive behavioural approaches in order to best meet an individual's needs and she is particularly equipped to help adults who work with children to understand their cognitive and emotional development.
Together, Ben & Titi will facilitate an introductory workshop based on the 'Good Enough Parenting' programme. GEP is a programme using evidence-based strategies built on Schema Therapy, founded by Dr. Jeffrey Young, that teaches parents, carers and educators how to meet core emotional needs and develop positive thinking patterns in children. The programme uses Movie Therapy as an engaging tool for interactive conversations with examples of how to apply current research to adult/child interactions and practice. This workshop will introduce the full GEP course that consists of a further four sessions of training, with each one focusing on meeting one of the four core emotional needs.