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Reflective space: Projective tools

April 18 - 15:30 to 17:00


Cost for four sessions.

The Projective Collective would like to invite EPs to our annual reflective spaces.

The space is open to EPs with an interest in developing their confidence and skills in using a variety of projective tools, including drawing and storytelling techniques. There will be a particular focus on the dialogue and therapeutic aspects of the assessment, and professional experience. Case material is shared making this a valuable opportunity to develop your practice.

This year we particularly welcome newly qualified EPs who have a limited but keen interest in this area. Recognising the wider interest, the sessions are designed to increase the range of CPD in projective techniques available to the EP community.

The spaces will be held remotely and facilitated by Isabella Bernardo and Sarah Rand on the following dates:

Thursday 21st March 3:30-5pm
Thursday 18th April 3:30-5pm
Thursday 23rd May 3:30-5pm
Thursday 27th June 3:30-5pm

This will be a ‘closed group’ experience, to ensure supportive and constructive case discussions, hence we ask you to commit to all sessions.

If you would like to join, please contact Isabella by email, and further details including joining arrangements will be sent to you.

If you are not available to join the space but are interested in other possible CPD opportunities in this area, do let us know.


April 18
15:30 to 17:00




Isabella Bernardo

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