Conflict, Challenge & Confrontation in Groups

In London

£ 212 VAT exempt
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    2 Days


You will develop your understanding about how groups function; patterns. of interactions; stages of development and roles taken up in groups. a grounding in gestalt theory, systems theory and relevant psychodynamic. theory. Gain skills in groupwork facilitation; review and develop yourleadership. style and effectiveness. Increased individual awareness of how you function and interact and the. impact you have in groups.
Suitable for: anyone who works with or facilitates groups, and those who work in teams. Including amongst others: managers, HR staff, team leaders, project managers. teachers, probation officers, those working in the NHS, GPs. management consultants. voluntary sector workers. psychologists, counsellors and psychotherapists.




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96-100 Clifton Street, EC2A 4TP


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Teachers and trainers (1)

Michael Ellis

Michael Ellis


Michael Ellis MA, UKCP Registered, BACP Registered practitioner, is a psychotherapist, consultant and trainer with twenty years experience of working with groups and consulting to teams in various settings particularly in the public and voluntary sector. He is a Director of the Gestalt Centre and a tutor on the MA programme in group and individual psychotherapy. His MA is in Consultancy with Organisations from the Tavistock Clinic.

Course programme

Groupwork Courses

This workshop have been developed in response to the ongoing and increasing need for understanding and skills for working in groups and teams.

To be eligible for the Certificate participants must attend at least two of the two day workshop; at least one of the one day workshop and the Group Facilitation course. It is not necessary to complete the workshop in a particular order. It may well be that one particular workshop is more relevant than another for your professional development at a certain time.

For those wishing to receive the certificate there will be one piece of written work to be completed after attendance and participation in the workshops.

Conflict, Challenge & Confrontation in Groups

Frequent concerns when participating in and running groups are to do with dealing with difficult situations and challenging behaviour.

This workshop will focus on:

  • Putting conflict into context
  • Guidance on confrontation
  • Developing skills in relation to level and intensity of intervention
  • Dealing with specific difficult behaviours
£ 212 VAT exempt