Janina Fisher Workshop

Traumatic Attachment and Co-Regulation: the Neurobiology of Relationship by Dr Janina Fisher

Columbia Hotel, Bayswater, London. 26th, 27th January 9.00am to 5.00pm

This event was recorded and is available for sale on DVD or memory stick from Whole Being Films

 

“Well done Khiron house team, well organized. So inspired by Janina’s wisdom, empathetic clear delivery and 33 year experience. Would love a client focused workshop run by her.”

“Had a great day – thank you”

“Other than the venue, all excellent, really well organized, thank you for all the hard work and effort.”

“Janina was inspiration and I came away uplifted and encouraged – a brilliant workshop.”

“Congratulations – I thought the first Khiron House workshop was very successful.”

“Very enjoyable and informative workshop.”

“The hand-outs were very helpful and appropriate. All staff engaging and helpful. The workshop was excellent and very helpful. Thank you.”

“Perfect balance of information, case examples, limiting floor questions and not many time wasting role plays. As someone who came to counselling late I attend numerous CPD events, this has been the best in 3 years.”

“An excellent speaker, very informative, engaging and stimulating. Thank you so much Janina.”

“I feel the workshop was really well presented and Janina fisher an excellent speaker. Thank you and looking forward to next time.”

“Janina is a wonderful speaker.”

“I found the workshop interesting and exciting and there was a great deal of positive energy from all involved. I feel inspired! Thank you.”

“Pleasure to hear the speaker- lots of good ideas.”

“Wonderful, engaging, informative, excellent.”

“An excellent workshop, learnt so much, thanks to all.”

“2 great days – thank you.”

“The material and her energising delivery were both so fabulous it would have taken more than that to disrupt it. Janina’s insights are invaluable.”

“Janina’s workshop was one of the best CPD events I’ve attended in years and I’m continuing to reflect on and process the material she presented. Thank you also to you and your colleagues for making the workshop possible in such a friendly and efficient way.”

“I thought the workshop was excellent, Janina Fisher truly inspiring, and you all handled the water leak as speedily and efficiently as possible.”

Khiron House is delighted to present this important two-day Janina Fisher Workshop

In this two-day workshop Janina will be helping us to understand how traumatic attachment in childhood affects not only how we feel in relationships but also the ability of the nervous system to tolerate proximity to others. This workshop opens up a deeper understanding of how trauma impacts attachments to others and how to work relationally and somatically to create a greater sense of safety in our relationships.

Janina Fisher, PhD is a licensed Clinical Psychologist and Instructor at the Trauma Center, an outpatient clinic and research centre founded by Bessel van der Kolk. Known for her expertise as both a therapist and consultant, she is also past president of the New England Society for the Treatment of Trauma and Dissociation, an EMDR International Association Credit Provider, a faculty member of the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute, and a former Instructor, Harvard Medical School.

Dr. Fisher has been an invited speaker at the Cape Cod Institute, Harvard Medical School Conference Series, the EMDR International Association Annual Conference, University of Wisconsin, University of Westminster in London, the Psychotraumatology Institute of Europe, and the Esalen Institute. Dr. Fisher lectures and teaches nationally and internationally on topics related to the integration of research and treatment and how to introduce these newer trauma treatment paradigms in traditional therapeutic approaches. www.janinafisher.com

This event is fully catered included in your ticket price. There will be two sessions, morning and afternoon, with a 3 course buffet lunch in between. Morning and afternoon teas and coffee will be served during the breaks.

CPD certificates will be available at 5pm on the Tuesday afternoon for all registered delegates.

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11 Comments

  1. Comment by Carol Rawlingson Plant on

    I have noticed that there were a limited number of places offered initially for this two day CPD which would normally cost, in my experience £150 per day in London, with delegates providing their own lunch on top, or visiting local restaurants at their own expense with groups of other delegates getting to know each other. In my practice that has always been allowed for and enjoyed because that workshop opportunity had relevance to my clinical development.
    I saw initially, when the email came into my inbox that the price for the two days was fixed and having the lunch included in the price seemed like a wonderful bonus for booking before all the places were filled.
    Somewhere along the line, the number of opportunities for delegates to benefit from this workshop has overtaken the catering capacity.
    For anyone who attends day trainings in London, the 2 days workshop represents good value at about £100 less over two days than one would normally expect to pay without lunch. Those savings alone would cover a very engaged and sociable lunchtime too.
    It is a shame that feelings have become so high over what seems to be the ‘haves and havenots, with the focus coming off the important anticipation of the quality CPD on offer.
    If anyone finds that they cannot let it go, I would be happy to offer my lunch place on one of the days, just to have this matter settled.

    I look forward to meeting many people on the day and fully benefit from the experience of this emminent speaker and groups of co-attendees.

    Best and warm wishes, Carol.

    1. Reply by Benjamin Fry on

      Food and fairness are both important issues! We will do better in future. However the real ‘event’ here will be the learning, which I recommend to all.

  2. Comment by Christine Nicholson on

    I have read the comments listed and what I have noticed for myself is the unfairness of offering one price for two different things. I have emailed Colleen DeRango to suggest that the people who have paid the full price without a 3 course lunch be offered a voucher for the same or similar value as the 3 course lunch at a local café/restaurant. That way everyone is provided with lunch. I am travelling from out of town so to have a meal provided is important for me as I would imagine it is for others. Also response by Benjamin on Oct 29 – Are we being refunded £10 for each day, because I couldn’t imagine £10 covering a 3 course lunch for both days? Warmest wishes
    Christine

  3. Comment by Adrian Blake on

    For me it is certainly nice to have lunch included in the price and I imagine most (but not all) people would be happy with this. Benjamin asks “How would you feel if you had bought a ticket when this (i.e. not having lunch) was not an option but did not want the lunch?” (My words in brackets).
    The obvious answer would be that then a reduction should be offered. In fact it could be argued it would be discriminatory not to. After all some people have no option but to bring their own lunch if they are on a highly restrictive diet or are allergic to many foods. Providing lunch is, to me, a really nice idea, but then I have no allergies and no digestive system disorder.

  4. Comment by Benjamin Fry on

    We have heard your feedback about the “self-catering” tickets and taken £10 off the price of these tickets. People who have bought one already will be refunded £10.

  5. Comment by Vicky on

    It seems inequitable to offer two different products for the same price.

    It makes it prohibitive for some of us to pay for training that includes a 3 course lunch, only to have to purchase lunch for ourselves, for two days.

    1. Reply by Benjamin Fry on

      What discount would you suggest? How would you feel if you had bought a ticket when this was not an option but did not want the lunch?

  6. Comment by Karen Lloyd on

    I do feel that it is most unfair not to offer a reduction in price for those delegates for whom you are not able to provide the three course lunch each day.

    1. Reply by Benjamin Fry on

      That’s quite understandable. Please see my response below. We have to consider all the issues for all participants.

  7. Comment by Amanda Rogers on

    Hi
    I am interested in signing up for this workshop but it seems a little odd that it is the same price with or without a 3 course lunch for both days. Surely it would be slightly cheaper to book for the “bring your own lunch” option?
    kind regards
    Amanda

    1. Reply by Benjamin Fry on

      Thank you for asking. Since we have not offered a cheaper option without lunch to other ticket holders before we sold out we think it would be inequitable to offer a cheaper option now. I hope that is understandable and that the workshop still remains good value for money relative to such workshops in general.

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