Counselling in Prisons Network Conference

COUNSELLING in PRISONS NETWORK

8th Annual International Conference (2 days)

Working Therapeutically in the Criminal Justice System Delivering Excellence

 

Wednesday, 8 July 2015 to Thursday, 9 July 2015

Held at Durham University

Booking is now open. Book online at

 

https://www.dur.ac.uk/conference.booking/details/?id=422

0191 334 2887

Details

Day One

Keynote Presentation: Prof John Podmore Durham University,

Keynote Presentation: Lars Moller W.H.O Denmark,

Workshop Nikki Jefficote and Brett Scott Belmarsh London

Workshop Bonita Mawer & Kim Barlow-miles: Self-care and supervision.

Facilitated Group Jill Swindels: Contemporary Issues in Counselling

5 Hours CPD

Day Two

Keynote Presentation: Simon Campbell: Working therapeutically with offenders in the community

Keynote Presentation: Andrew Smith Lucy faithful Trust: ‘Working therapeutically with sex offenders’

Workshop Anne Willoughby Lead Counsellor/Forensic Practitioner Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust HMYOI Rochester

Workshop Morven McFadden Prison Support Manager Cruse Bereavement Care Northern Ireland

5 Hours CPD

  • Full Delegate Package (GBP 100.50) 
    Attendance to the conference both days including refreshments and lunch each day and dinner on the 8th
  • 1 Day Package (GBP 46.10)
    Attendance to the conference, including refreshments and lunch
  • 2 Day Delegate Package (GBP 61.20) 
    Attendance to the conference, including refreshments and lunch
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Summer Party!! Saturday 11th July 2015

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SUMMER PARTY TO CELEBRATE THE END OF THE 4TH SEASON OF THE SATURDAY FORENSIC FORUM

When:  Saturday 11th July 2015

Time:   11am-1.15pm

Price:   FREE EVENT

Venue: Philadelphia Association, 4 Marty’s Yard, 17 Hampstead High St. NW3 1QW

There will be a brief presentation of the on-going work with women at HMP Bronzefield followed by ideas-sharing and networking opportunities. This will also be a chance to put forward any ideas you may wish to share for a forthcoming forum. If you have work with complex patients in difficult settings and would like a forum in which to discuss – this is your chance.
Free to those who bring food and drink to share.
Please note that the Philadelphia Association is on the same side of the road near Gap and The Body Shop.  There is a more detailed map on the Philadelphia Association website.
Please RSVP to SaturdayForensicForum@gmail.com