CPD: Counselling for Consent

This study day looks at the issue of consent in general, how it is treated in the media, socialisation in consent and how many taken-for-granted client issues are actually about consent.

Though campaigns like #MeToo have highlighted the issue of sexual harassment, sexual consent is only one instance of consent’s importance in a world where consent is often overlooked.

Delivered by: Cate Campbell

Cate Campbell is a psychosexual, relationship and trauma therapist, supervisor and teacher working with couples, individuals and families. She has taught in a variety of settings, including further education, Relate, the Relate Institute, the Foundation for Counselling & Relationship Studies and University College London. She is the author of the Relate Guide to Sex and Intimacy (2015) and Love and Sex in a New Relationship (2018). Her new book Contemporary Sex Therapy is due in spring 2020. She offers media advice on therapy issues, including regularly featuring in The Guardian, Woman’s Hour and on Radio 5 Live.

Venue

The Hub, Doncaster College and University Centre, Chappell Drive, Doncaster, DN1 2RF

Applying For This Course

This programme is suitable for experienced counsellors.


For equivalent qualifications see our Entry Requirements Explained page.

Have any further questions about this course? You can contact someone specifically about it by using the details below:

Michèle Logue
01302 553818
michele.logue@don.ac.uk

Application & Enrolment

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