This course will heighten a dynamic understanding of the processes of conflict as apparent in the workplace, the family, personal and intimate relationships and at a societal and international level. It will provide a clear and deeper understanding of the extent and potential role of the counsellor/psychotherapist in the field of conflict management and resolution. And it will enable the development of a broad-based repertoire of practical counselling and psychotherapeutic skills in conflict management and resolution.
Venue: West Dublin
Duration: 30 Hour Programme
Lecturer: Peter Ledden
Next Start Date: Autumn 2013 - Please email email@example.com or call 01-4642268 to add your name to the waiting list.
- Conflict in the workplace;
- Conflict in personal and intimate relationships;
- Conflict in the family;
- Conflict in groups;
- Conflict at the societal and international level.
- Destruction, decay, survival, success and artistry (after Crum, 1987);
- Destructive and constructive approaches (after Corey & Corey, 1997).
- The aiki approach (after Crum, 1987);
- The Process approach (after Mindell, 1997).