Dr Scott Kellogg will demonstrate the use of Transformational Chairwork to address the common clinical issues of:
1. Resolving Inner Conflicts
2. Healing from Loss and Grief
3. Coping with Difficult Relationships
This one day training is designed to introduced therapists to the Art and Science of Chairwork, or psychotherapeutic dialogues, in an active, creative and useful manner. Using clinical storytelling, role-plays and live demonstrations participants will learn how to use this technique to address these common clinical issues. Strategies for overcoming patients' resistance to participating in experiential work will be provided.
This workshop sold out in 2016 and previous delegates gave 92% satisfaction rating and said
'Excellent balance of content, rationale and practice'
'Far exceeded my expectations'
'Inspiring and enriching day'
'Excellent content and an inspiring presenter!'
Dr. Kellogg is the author of Transformational Chairwork: Using Psychotherapeutic
Dialogues in Clinical Practice (2014). He is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the
Department of Psychology at New York University. He is the current President of the
Division on Addictions of the New York State Psychological Association and a co-
director of the Harm Reduction and Mental Health Project at New York University. An
International Society of Schema Therapy - Certified Schema Therapist, he has also
earned the Practitioner’s Certificate in Gestalt Therapy from Gestalt Associates for
Psychotherapy. Dr. Kellogg currently runs a Chairwork-centered private practice in New
York City; he has created the Transformational Chairwork Training Program and has
taught this psychotherapeutic dialogue method to practitioners around the world.
This workshop is suitable for all healthcare professionals
Venue: Royal National Hotel, Russell Square, London, WC1H 0DG