Online TA Events – 2 Hours – in collaboration with Online Events

Our online workshops take place on Monday mornings 10am-12pm (GMT) and Tuesday evenings from 6pm-8pm (GMT).  All the talks are in English but some are being translated LIVE into Russian, Hindi, Romanian, Italian, Croatian, Bengali, German & Dutch. We are striving to make TA (and some other topics) accessible to all.

Our online talks are returning for the Autumn and begin on Monday 27th september. We have a great line up with new and exciting subject matter such as Working Beyond Domestic Abuse with Catrina Topham, Ordinary People, Extraordinary Protections with Jo Moores and Steff Oates, Monnopause Matters with Joanna Groves and a 2-part workshop on Divorce with Rachel Cook


The inspiring talks, presentations and discussions are in collaboration with Online Events. To book scroll to the set of  “Book this Course” green buttons at the bottom or right hand side of the page. 

The events are hosted on the Zoom meeting platform, where we will use our camera and microphones to interact with each other as a group and we will utilise the Zoom breakout rooms function for small group work.

These workshops are offered on a self-select fee. Please contribute what you can, so the group is accessible for all colleagues.

These events will include live discussion and group process and are not appropriate for recording.

You will need a webcam and microphone as well as a good internet connection, although these can also be accessed on a phone or tablet.

The recordings from the workshops are being made available for purchase,  You can buy them here or via the “Book this Course” green button at the bottom or right hand side of this page. 

If you have a query regarding your booking for these talks or  Zoom access to the talk or recordings, please email help@onlinevents.co.uk


Online Workshops: the story so far

In March 2020, the Link Centre in conjunction with Onlinevents started to run 2-hour online, pay by donation only workshops. The idea was in response to lock down with a view to supporting people in making connections and to make continuous personal and professional development accessible and available to all.
There was no way to know if these would be a success and helpful to people, but very early on in the program we began to receive such great feedback of how supportive, helpful, useful and connecting these were, that we carried on.

We have run 146 workshops so far, delivering a vast range of topics and subject matter presented by experts in the field.

Throughout the running of these workshops, we have been able to support the engagement, connection and continuous personal development of thousands of people and by making these pay by donation only and translating them into a variety of different languages were able to ensure that everyone who wanted could be included, no matter what their situation, where they were from or what language they spoke.

We began to record our workshops, so that those who couldn’t access the live events were able to access the learning at a time and place that was suitable to them, increasing the reach and accessibility even further.

The feedback from people has been incredible and we are so proud of what we have managed to achieve in the most challenging and uncertain of times.

Our online talks are returning for the Autumn and begin on Monday 27th september. We have a great line up with new and exciting subject matter such as Working Beyond Domestic Abuse with Catrina Topham, Ordinary People, Extraordinary Protections with Jo Moores and Steff Oates, Monnopause Matters with Joanna Groves, a 2-part workshop on Divorce with Rachel Cook and Couples Therapy for One, with Mark Widdowson.

If you would like to access any of the past workshops that have been run you can get the recording by following the link below
https://www.thelinkcentre.co.uk/courses/online-ta-events/


Coming up soon (links to book will follow shortly)

-Monday September 27th, from 10am-12pm,  Domestic Abuse with Catrina Topham (CTA)

-Monday October 4th, from 10am -12pm, Ordinary People, Extraordinary Protections, a TA Exploration of Neurodivergence in the Therapy Room with Steph Oates & Jo Moors (PTSTA)

-Tuesday October 5th, from 6pm-8pm, Working Relationally with Divorce part 1 with Rachel Cook (PTSTA)​


Topic: To be confirmed

Date: Monday tbc                Time: 10.00-12.00 (GMT)

Speaker: tbc

 


Topic: To be confirmed

Date: Tuesday tbc                 Time: 18.00-20.00 (GMT)

Speaker: tbc


Click on the link below to see Leilani Mitchell and Mark Head, Link Centre Directors, talking about TA in a Crisis, at a similar previous Online CPD Event held in March:-

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Fee:

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Booking and Dates

Monday 27th September, Working Beyond Domestic Abuse with Catrina Topham

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Monday 4th October, Ordinary People, Extraordinary Protections: Neurodivergence in TA Therapy, with Jo Moores and Steff Oates

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Tuesday 5th October, Working Relationally with Divorce & Relationship Breakdown (part 1) with Rachel Cook

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Monday 11th October, Working with Complex PTSD in Therapy, with Garry Rollins

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Monday 18th October, Menopause Matters, with Joanna Groves

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Tuesday 9th November, Working Relationally with Divorce & Relationship Breakdown (part 2) with Rachel Cook

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Tuesday 23rd November, Couples Therapy for One: Strategies to Help Clients Improve Relationships, with Mark Widdowson

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Monday 6th December, Story Options: Playful Emotional Exploration of Stories in Groups, with Aruna Gopakumar

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Location:

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