Pluralogue 28: Understanding the Eternal Triangle

In this Pluralogue, Susan Quilliam offers the opportunity to increase our understanding of triangular relationships from a professional perspective, while bearing in mind how our own attitudes to them have a bearing on our practice. Sunday 23 February 2020 (Public event)

Coffeelogue 9: Conversations with kindness – Just because you’re a therapist do you really care?

In this experiential Coffeelogue, John Wenger and Darren Cheek will explore how the simple yet profound act of showing more kindness can foster connection and inspiration outside of the consulting room. 28 March 2020. (Public event)

What Next..!?

Places are open for our newest What Next..!? course in late January 2020 – a creative forum for counsellors and psychotherapists to develop a private practice. (Public event)

Coffeelogue 8: Conversations with body

In this experiential Coffeelogue, Mark Kelly will introduce, discuss and explore the pioneering work of Dr Peter Levine, creator of somatic experiencing trauma therapy. This is a naturalistic, body-based approach to overcome trauma and stressful life experiences. 1 February 2020. (Public event)

Join us at ‘Play Well’ – a Wellcome Collection exhibition

Join members of the Relational Spaces office team to see this free exhibition about the importance of play in our lives. Wellcome Collection, London, 7 February 2020. (Public event)

Further Love in Action – improvising boldly, bravely and maybe even ridiculously in therapy

A day-long workshop for anyone interested in playing, improvising and/or experimenting with being in touch with their inner/free child. Saturday 14 March 2020. (Public event)

Join us to see ‘Austentatious’

Join members of the Relational Spaces office team to see Autentatitious – an entirely improvised comedy play in the style of Jane Austen. 9 March 2020. (Public event)

Join us to see ‘On a Wicklow Hill’

Join us as Relational Spaces’ Darren Cheek stars in this new play about two strangers drawn together by a force far greater than fate or destiny. Wednesday 18 March 2020, at the London Irish Centre. (Public event)

Upcoming events

What Next..!?

What Next..!?

Places are open for our newest What Next..!? course in late January 2020 – a creative forum for counsellors and psychotherapists to develop a private practice. (Public event)

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Coffeelogue 8: Conversations with body

Coffeelogue 8: Conversations with body

In this experiential Coffeelogue, Mark Kelly will introduce, discuss and explore the pioneering work of Dr Peter Levine, creator of somatic experiencing trauma therapy. This is a naturalistic, body-based approach to overcome trauma and stressful life experiences. 1 February 2020. (Public event)

read more
Pluralogue 28: Understanding the Eternal Triangle

Pluralogue 28: Understanding the Eternal Triangle

In this Pluralogue, Susan Quilliam offers the opportunity to increase our understanding of triangular relationships from a professional perspective, while bearing in mind how our own attitudes to them have a bearing on our practice. Sunday 23 February 2020 (Public event)

read more
Join us to see ‘Austentatious’

Join us to see ‘Austentatious’

Join members of the Relational Spaces office team to see Autentatitious – an entirely improvised comedy play in the style of Jane Austen. 9 March 2020. (Public event)

read more
Join us to see ‘On a Wicklow Hill’

Join us to see ‘On a Wicklow Hill’

Join us as Relational Spaces’ Darren Cheek stars in this new play about two strangers drawn together by a force far greater than fate or destiny. Wednesday 18 March 2020, at the London Irish Centre. (Public event)

read more

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