Psychotherapy using SKYPE. A Training Workshop

Seeing patients via SKYPE is not what many of us prefer. The experience of being in a room

with another person cannot be replicated on a screen. And yet there are many reasons to consider

working virtually, even if only with some patients, some of the time. If you would like to give it

a try, but do not quite feel comfortable using the technology, or if you would like to become

more confident working in this way, then this training is for you.

The workshop will take place in a friendly, supportive environment with ample time to discuss

questions and concerns. In the course of the afternoon we are going to cover the following:

Practical issues

Setting up SKYPE

Going on camera? (framing, light, background)

Confidentiality and data protection

Skype etiquette

Trouble shooting

Practice session with feedback

Exploration of clinical consequences

Effects on therapists and patients

Navigating boundaries

Re-calibrating the therapeutic frame

Corinna Arndt is a former radio journalist and communications trainer, as well as a counsellor

and trainee psychoanalytic psychotherapist at AGIP. Website: www.explorepsychoanalysis.com

Date: Saturday, 29 October 2016

Time: 2-5pm

Venue: Association for Group and Individual Psychotherapy (AGIP)

1 Fairbridge Road; London, N19 3EW

Cost: £25 (£20 AGIP-members/ concessions) when booking online at

www.agip.org.uk/activities/cpd-events before 15 October

£35 at the door, if spaces still available

Event Properties

Event Date 29-10-2016 2:00 pm
Event End Date 29-10-2016 5:00 pm
Capacity 30
Cut off date 28-10-2016
Individual Price £25.00
Location AGIP Psychotherapy
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AGIP is a registered charity (Number 1083030). It was established in 1974 to provide psychoanalytic psychotherapy services and a training programme.

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