A one day workshop with Nikki Reeves
When ethical standards and guidelines are written with an eye on complaints procedures and regulation, how do we ensure that we are embedding ethical thought and consideration into our daily practice?
Do we only consider ethical issues when we find ourselves in a difficult situation? – when our response is enveloped in panic and fear of having done something wrong? We can have fear of approaching ethical discussion because it can feel woolly and unclear and leave us with a sense of uncertainty and error.
This workshop will consider how we can hold and examine ethical issues from an engaging and productive perspective, which does not suggest punitive consequence, ie “wrong” versus “right”, but rather with vitality and enthusiasm, acknowledging that as Counsellors and Psychotherapists we are thoughtful, fair, caring and considerate in our work with our clients.
The day will comprise clinical and theoretical input, discussion and the opportunity for experiential work
Niki Reeves UKCP MBACP Accred BA(Hons) Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist
Following initial training and 8 years practice as a Psychodynamic Counsellor Niki Reeves trained at The Bowlby Centre in London as an Attachment Based Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist.
Having been in clinical practice in Southampton for more than 20 years, Niki is also a qualified supervisor. Past positions include Lecturer in Counselling at Totton College, and Senior lecturer at Basingstoke College. She continues to run workshops on “Attachment throughout the Lifecycle”, Supervision and Ethics.
Following a term as Head of Counselling at Southampton Counselling, Niki has published “The Use of Telephone and Skype in Psychotherapy: Reflections of an Attachment Therapist” as a contributor to “Love in the Age of the Internet, Attachment in the Digital Era”, edited by Linda Cundy. Karnac 2015. She is currently writing books on “Applying Attachment Theory to Clinical Practice”, ”Stories for Children”, and “Making friends that last a lifetime”.
Niki is currently Chair of the CPJA (College of Psychoanalysis and Jungian Analysts); has been a member of the Professional Conduct Committee of UKCP and the Ethics Committees of both the Bowlby Centre, and UKCP.