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CEA Regional webinar – Exploring the self – Interpreting, counselling and Psychotherapy
6th March 2021 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Webinar run by ASLI CEA through linguistpd and presented by Daniel Roberts. The webinar will be recorded by linguistpd for their future use (in order to keep our costs down) so participants may wish to remain off camera. The chat function will be available confidentially and the recording will be paused for a specific exercise allowing individuals to share more personal stories as appropriate. Recommended for up to 20 participants and currently fully subscribed, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Exploring the self – Interpreting, counselling and Psychotherapy
Undertaking personal counselling or psychotherapy is part of the process of someone understanding themselves. It is a difficult process where two people enter into a relationship where difficult discussions take place, with the counsellor or psychotherapist having undertaken years of personal reflection and training. The counsellor or psychotherapists’ personal development, reflection and training is fundamental in the relationship to ensure personal thoughts and feelings do not impact the therapeutic work.
As interpreters in counselling and psychotherapy sessions we enter into a special relationship between two people that is ultimately changed by our presence. Like a therapist, it is important for interpreters to reflect on their own readiness to work in these sessions and this workshop aims to provide the space to begin or develop your thinking on your readiness.
Information on some of the different types of therapy available will be presented and discussed, along with some of the main aspects of each modality.
The workshop will also provide information on practicalities of interpreting counselling and psychotherapy sessions.
- An opportunity for personal reflection on our readiness for working in counselling and psychotherapy.
- An understanding of different modalities.
- An awareness of how to prepare to interpret.
- Knowledge of the practicalities of interpreting in counselling and psychotherapy.