28 06 2016
As a tree has seasons, so do our lives. Each individual is unique and valued. Part of the beauty of a tree is how it stands through the storms and bears the scars, whilst also growing again and bearing fruit. But a tree only stands and bears fruit because of healthy roots. We feel that the new logo sums up so much about our work.
Over the last 30 years much has changed, in everyday culture and also at Network, but we remain ‘rooted and established in God’s love’ for those in need. Our roots and beginnings are something we are proud of and celebrate. The new logo expresses this essential need for healthy roots.
Our next CPD event is with P-j Charters on Friday 22nd April 2016 at the Training Suite at the Courtyard. To book please phone or email us. For more details please look at the CPD web pages
There is still time to book up for our next CPD course on Saturday 16th January where Peter Walker, an experienced Counsellor, Supervisor and previous Chief Executive of the Addiction Recovery Agency, will be leading the course.
To book please phone or email us. For more details please look at the CPD web pages
27 11 2015
26 11 2015
“I don’t work with addiction!” 16th January.
De-mystifying Borderline Personality Disorder – 15th March.
Working with imagery and dreams. 4th June.
19 11 2015
On Friday 27th November we will be celebrating Listening Day. Above you can see our Top 5 Tips for better listening. On the actual day we will launch our 3 minute animated voxpop – where we asked you what makes a good listener. A number of schools in Bristol will be encouraging their pupils and staff to think how to listen better to their friends and colleagues. Look out for us in the press and social media on the day. If you would like to find out more or get involved please contact us – email firstname.lastname@example.org
20 10 2015
We are pleased to announce two CPD days for 2016: “I don’t work with addiction” and, being repeated due to popular demand, “An introduction to counselling people with severe and enduring mental illness“.