Taking the journey: exploring the real issues around boundaries
This webinar is open to all members and forms part of a six-part webinar series for our Let’s talk about…Boundaries and Consent campaign.
This is the second event of a mini series within our Boundaries and Consent campaign called Where we trip up…talking about boundaries. BAcC members Carolyn Eddleston and Susan Woodhead will be providing this webinar.
These three evenings are designed to enable you to develop your awareness and insight into the subject of boundaries, and to give you the chance to reflect and think about your experiences as practitioners. We hope you can attend all sessions in this mini series live, however, this webinar will also be recorded and made available on the Let’s talk about…Boundaries and Consent campaigns page 24 hours after the webinar.
Carolyn has worked within the NHS as a GP since 1995. She observed that Western medicine excelled in life or death situations. Individuals with more chronic disorders or who failed to fit into a diagnostic box were left dissatisfied and with few treatment options. Traditional Chinese Medicine makes connections between various organ systems within the body in a way which Carolyn observed as a doctor but had no explanation for. Whilst living in New Zealand for 6 years she completed a 3 year, full-time Diploma in Acupuncture. The training transformed not only her own life but the way she understood health and illness.
Her treatment style now focuses on supporting health rather than being centred solely on illness. Carolyn retains a balance between Eastern and Western techniques. Boundaries, both professional and personal have always interested Carolyn, as they both evolve as she does.
Susan Woodhead graduated in 1984 from CTA Leamington Spa, since then she has been in full time practice. She has also trained in counselling, supervision, been a Samaritan, a voluntary conciliator for a health authority and lectured for the BAcC and at a university medical school. For her the most important thing in her professional life is that she’s a practitioner and life long learner.
Meeting ID: 848 9841 1942
Other sessions within the mini series:
20 June, 7.30pm – 8.30pm: Exploring your own boundaries: an experiential session using embodied practices to explore your own boundaries with Rachel Millsted (recorded session)
11 July, 7.30pm – 8.30pm: Discussion and questions about boundaries, a time to talk together with Carolyn Eddleston, Rachel Millsted and Susan Woodhead (this webinar will not be recorded to allow for open conversation and discussion)
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