Don’t Miss the #OltTalks Conference!

We are planning an amazing line up of experts to keep your spirits up in December 2021. It’s been an extraordinary time for remote therapy and supervision however therapists unleashed in the online world in 2001 paved the way for safe and ethical practice.

This is a great opportunity to network with like minded professionals and gain up to date, high quality knowledge at a low cost.

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John Wilson

Working Online and Face-to-face

  • Let’s discuss using blended and hybrid approaches in a post-pandemic era and learning from all our experiences during lockdowns.

  • John and Kate wonder that with all that has happened to our practice during the pandemic - has this affected what we offer and how we offer it?

  • How can we apply our knowledge and understanding?

  • Do we recognise the importance of self-assessment?

Ness

Inside The Box

  • Ness will invite you to consider the consequence for the client (and the work) of their choice of setting/background/space when working via video

  • She invites online therapists to consider what is triggered in them by their client’s choice of setting/background/space

Dalila Bellometti

The Body's Power Being Online

  • Delivering from Italy, Dalila will invite you to explore online therapy and the body.

Jo Sharpen

Working online with issues of trauma and abuse

  • Jo will share her expertise, offering an understanding of the challenges of working with abuse online.

  • You will consider the the implications of carrying risk remotely and the impact on frontline staff.

  • Participants will additionally benefit from an overview of the role of online clinical supervision for those working remotely with risk and trauma.

Karen Frodsham

RESEED, a Model of Supervision

  • During the presentation Karen will introduce RESEED, a model of online supervision.

  • She will demonstrate how RESEED works with the integrity of the supervisor.

  • Karen is curious. What do you as supervisors and supervisees bring to the supervisory space?

Olivia Djouadi

Medical and Health Trauma: Post-Covid stress

  • Olivia invites us to look at how changes to society have occurred with Covid19.

  • That Covid19 has shifted us in both mental and physical ways.

  • She explores that the future is possible even after stress we have held for ages.

Alison Moore

Frozen Chopped Onions

How to build balance into overwhelmed lives

  • During this presentation participants will experience imagery and how it can help our therapeutic work, and be invited to reflect on their experience.

  • Alison will invite exploration of self-disclosure in the therapy session.

  • Participants will have a lighter look at alternative therapeutic interventions, and in particular how to gently use humour in working with overwhelm.

Bumi Akinmutande

Working Transculturally Online

  • Together with Susan, Bumi offers an understanding of the challenges of working transculturally.

  • An understanding of the benefits of working online with transcultural issues.

  • Bumi also offers some thoughts about how to gain further learning in transcultural work.

Sandra

Impact of Social Media on a Counselling Practice

  • Sandra will help you gain further understanding and awareness of the impact social media has on a counselling practice

  • To make sure you have taken some learning from the presentation and gain confidence in using social media, Sandra is presenting live.

Chris O'Mahony

Trauma therapy online:

Concepts, considerations and concerns

  • After this talk Chris will ensure attendees will have a definition of trauma and post-trauma stress.

  • Attendees will have a list of questions they may wish to consider when assessing whether online therapy is a good fit for the client at this time.

  • After this talk, attendees will be able to list some of the considerations therapists may wish to hold in mind while engaging in trauma work online with children or adults.

Allie Cairnie

How to make online counselling not feel like 'homework' or another 'zoom lesson' when working with young people

  • A live talk around the challenge of working with young people via video chat, when every aspect of their life is online

Gill Jones

The Development of Online Counselling and Supervision Over the Years

  • A round table dialogue with old friends about the development of the online model.

  • The importance of training.

*This hour long round table chat is best viewed live to allow you to interact and ask specific questions.

Emma Garrard

Creative Ideas for Working Online

  • With passion and enthusiasm Emma will invite you to consider a range of creative ideas to potentially implement into online therapy practices.

Susan Utting-Simon

Working Transculturally Online

  • Together with Bumi, Susan offers an understanding of the challenges of working transculturally.

  • An understanding of the benefits of working online with transcultural issues.

  • Susan also offers some thoughts about how to gain further learning in transcultural work.

Maria O’Brien

The Development of Online Counselling and Supervision Over the Years

  • A round table dialogue with old friends about the development of the online model.

  • The importance of training.

*This hour long round table chat is best viewed live to allow you to interact and ask specific questions.

Hillary Smith

Exploring Email and Instant Messaging

  • An inspiring exploration addressing the differences between working via Email and Instant Messaging.

  • Hillary will discuss her personal preferences and how she communicates the difference to clients.

Kate Dunn

Working Online and Face-to-face

  • Let’s discuss using blended and hybrid approaches in a post-pandemic era and learning from all our experiences during lockdowns.

  • Kate and John wonder that with all that has happened to our practice during the pandemic - has this affected what we offer and how we offer it?

  • How can we apply our knowledge and understanding?

  • Do we recognise the importance of self-assessment?

Mieke Haveman

Marketing is Not Scary

  • A conversation around websites and marketing.

  • Understand the pro's and cons of social media.

You CAN Make Your Own Website

  • A workshop on a one page website in Wordpress.

  • Understand the basics of Wordpress.

    *These 40 minute workshops are best viewed live to allow you to interact and ask specific questions.

Anne Stokes

The Development of Online Counselling and Supervision Over the Years

  • A round table dialogue with old friends about the development of the online model.

  • The importance of training.

*This hour long round table chat is best viewed live to allow you to interact and ask specific questions.

Suzie Mosson

The Development of Online Counselling and Supervision Over the Years

  • A round table dialogue with old friends about the development of the online model.

  • The importance of training.

*This hour long round table chat is best viewed live to allow you to interact and ask specific questions.

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