Recovery Workshop for Second and Multi-Generation Former Members of Different Coercive and Radical Cultic Groups
Friday 1st November (4-7), Saturday 2nd November (9.30-5) and Sunday 3rd November 2019 (9-4)
Grindleford, Hope Valley, Derbyshire
£350 including Assessment, Workshop & Workbook [accommodation and meals not included]
Purpose & Rationale
To help you raise awareness and understanding of the dynamics and processes involved in your membership, and to support your emotional healing and growth process. That is, to promote 'understanding' and 'healing'.
Attend the Recovery Workshop and experience some time away to concentrate on yourself and your recovery in the beautiful Hope Valley in the Peak District National Park.
Recognising Spiritual Abuse: What is it, what should you look out for, what helps with recovery?
Series for CMCS repeated in 5 different venues in UK
The course runs 10am to 4pm in each location and lunch is provided
30 Nov 2019 – Birmingham - Carrs Lane Church
8 Feb 2020 – Exeter – South Street Baptist Church
7 March 2020 – York – St Bede’s Pastoral Centre
4 April 2020 – Manchester – Luther King House
9 May 2020 – London - Wesley’s Chapel
Bookings will close four weeks before each Workshop (e.g. on 1st Nov 2019 for Birmingham), or earlier if all the places are taken.
Book direct with CMCS
The automated booking process is hosted on the Baptist Union of Great Britain (Baptists Together) website. Please follow this shortcut link (not the name of an actual webpage) www.baptist.org.uk/CMCSWorkshops - the same link can also be found on the ‘CPD Workshops’ page of the CMCS website: www.cmincs.net.
£125 (for counsellors who are not on the CMCS Register)
Purpose & Rationale
This training event will provide an introduction to the issue of spiritual abuse and cults, a broad overview and understanding of the field, and resources for investigating the subject more fully.
- We will explore the continuum from healthy to unhealthy spirituality; discuss what spiritual abuse is; and define spiritual abuse and cult.
- We will explore the harm caused and how to recognise, in the consulting room, clients affected by spiritual abuse and cults.
- We will explore what helps survivors of spiritual abuse to recover. Strategies that have been shown to help survivors, in research and clinical practice, will be discussed.
Certificate in Post-Cult Counselling 2019 - Fully booked
10 days over 3 weekends - September 2019, March & June 2020
The Hope Valley Counselling Certificate in Post-Cult Counselling (C-PCC) is designed to train former members who are accredited therapists to work with other survivors of coercive and radical cultic groups. The C-PCC will be delivered in Derbyshire, England by two highly experienced therapist trainers Dr Gillie Jenkinson and Sue Parker Hall, international speaker and author of 'Anger, Rage, and Relationship'.
Certificate in Post-Cult Counselling 2021
If you wish to express an interest in attending the Certificate in Post-Cult Counselling for 2021 please contact Gillie Jenkinson.
Coming Soon! Hope Valley Therapist Training
We’ve recently had a flood of requests for therapist training to work with clients who have suffered in cults. A suite of Hope Valley programmes are now in development - suitable both for therapists looking for an introduction to the area and also those interested in extended CPD learning to be equipped to work with the Post-Cult Counselling model.
Supervision or consultancy is also available for therapists requiring support.
Register your interest by emailing us below, and we’ll keep you up to date regarding the training.