Carrs Lane Church Centre, Carrs Lane, B4 7SX (click for directions)
BACP Spirituality network meeting is for practitioners engaging with the interface between spirituality, belief, faith, and religion, in their practice. A safe and informal space to share learning, pose questions, address ethical and practiced-based issues, in a spirit of openness and enquiry.
Theme: The Bandaged Place (Rumi) – What door might be opened into the soul through our wounds and how might the gaze of soulful support and supervision help in the healing process?
Contributors: Hilda McKinney , Maureen Slattery-Marsh and Juliet Fletcher
The session will focus on exploring the relationship between soul and wound and how Rumi’s creative words might give insights into addressing and dressing life wounds. What might we then bring to others – supervisees, clients, patients as gifts from our bandaged places that would enable them to process their ‘wounds’, promote greater self-awareness, healing and find joy in living ?
Hilda Mc Kinney is an experienced therapist and supervisor based in Northern Ireland. She has specialised in trauma work for many years and presented at BACP Spirituality Working with Soul in Supervision conference in Oct 2018.
Book via the BACP website:
- Non-BACP members: £15.00
- BACP members: £10.00
- BACP Spirituality members Concessions: £5.00