Clare Hill - Dreaming up, transference and countertransference in therapy, counselng and coaching
02-02-2018 - 04-02-2018

 POPI-Slovakia (The Institute of Process oriented Psychology -

Venue: Apollo Klub, Súkennícka 4, Bratislava 

Registration registration from 16:00, seminar: Fri 16:30-19, Sat 9:30-18:00, Sun 9:30-14:00 

Language: English with Slovak translation. 


Andrej Jeleník

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tel.: +421 907 460 058 


1st rate: countries from Central and Eastern Europe economies: 

If you register till 21.1.2018: 135 € 

Registration from 22.1.2018: 150 € 

2nd rate: countries from western or stronger economies: 

If you register till 21.1.2018: 160 € 

Registration from 22.1.2018: 190 € 

You will become further infos about payment possibilities after registering. If you have lower income, you can also ask the organizer for fee reduction by describing your situation. 

Accommodation: plenty of accommodation possibilities near venue, also a restaurant in the venue. If you need help ask organizer. 


invites you to a seminar about the topic

Dreaming up, transference and countertransference in therapy, counselng and coaching 

2-4.2.2018 in Bratislava, Slovakia 

Led by Clare Hill, Dipl. PW 

Just as there is a notorious blind spot in a car, so too there are areas where we tend not to notice what is happening. These typically appear where our own less conscious processes collide with our clients. Yet when we learn to be more sensitive to these signals, and to use them creatively, they can often deepen and enrich the work we are doing. The weekend will be a mixture of short awareness exercises and supervised work in front of the group. 

We will explore the following: 

 Consciously allowing ourselves to be dreamt up. 

 Identifying our primary style and how to notice if we are being dreamt-up for the client in it - often hard to spot!! 

 Our high and low dream for our work, including addressing some of our own 'core complexes' , e.g. fear of failure or criticism, and looking at how that can influence our style - too cautious, avoiding edges, reckless..... 

 Ways of using positive and negative projections from the client, including sexual attraction - either way or both! 


And other transference and countertransference issues. 

Clare Hill Dip.POP, Clare has worked extensively in a variety of contexts, and teaches in Russia, Poland and Slovakia. A member of faculty of the Research Society for Process Oriented Psychology UK from 1996 – 2009 she spearheaded the team developing the training to meet accreditation by UKCP. Co-president of IAPOP from 2010 - 2012. Clare has a private practice In Edinburgh and lives in a deeply rural part of the Scottish Borders. Her pastimes include walking, gardening and being a grandmother! Email: 

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