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Fay Lilian - Six Groupwork Events - Auckland & Manukau

January 14, 2016 at 11:29 AM

Six Groupwork Events – Manukau & Central Auckland with Fay Lilian



Group Leadership Training

Workshop 1 –     Foundation: Saturday  2 April, 9.30am - 4.30pm

For new facilitators to gain confidence and an understanding of group processes, facilitation styles and techniques, e.g. building rapport, creating a learning environment and planning sessions.


Workshop 2 –     Intermediate: Saturday 30 April, 9.30am – 4.30pm

For people with facilitation experience in any type of group, who would like to know some key group concepts, to learn more about group dynamics, unconscious processes and attending to a range of group behaviours.  Involves participating in experiential practise. 


Workshop 3 –     Co-facilitation: Saturday  25 June, 9.30am - 4.30pm

For people who have attended Workshop 2, to extend their understandings of conscious and unconscious dynamics in co-facilitation; to practise processes that help to develop an equal partnership and enhanced creativity.  Participants can attend without their co-facilitator. 


Workshop 4 –     Next Step:  Saturday 16 July, 9.30am – 4.30pm

For people who have attended Workshop 2 to learn more about action methods and to share and discover skills through drawing on the concerns of participants.  Half-price to repeaters.


Workshop Venue:          Kotare Centre, 9 Kotare Ave, cnr Rawene & Kotare Ave, Westmere, Ak

Workshop Fee:              $100 to be paid 9 days in advance when viability of workshop is decided



Personal Growth Groups

These groups are for anyone interested in deepening their understanding of themselves and others; which can lead to more choices, greater confidence and better relationships. They offer a supportive environment, and each totals 22 hours, thus meeting NZAC requirement that new counsellors have participated in a group therapeutic process.

Manukau Shopping Centre:   2 Saturdays  9.30am - 3pm  19 March, 9 April plus 5 Monday evenings: 6.30pm - 9pm, 7 March, 14 March, 28 March, 4 April, 11 April.

Westmere, Central Auckland:    2 Saturdays  9.30am - 3pm  14 May, 11 June plus 5 Monday evenings: 6.30pm - 9pm, 9 May, 23 May, 30 May, 6 June, 13 June.

Fees:  $330 needs to be paid ten days in advance, when viability of the group will be decided. 

$360 for any payment later than this, or fee by instalments.  $30 discount for students.


for Flyers  contact  ph: 021 1811063

Fay Lilian MHPrac,  PgDipHSc (Grp Psychotherapy), PgCertHSc (Clinical Spvn),  DipCouns (Groups), MNZAC.

Fay is an experienced counsellor, groupworker and trainer whose own personal growth has been assisted by a wide range of group processes.  Fay’s training includes group dynamics, psychodrama, group analysis, family violence prevention, narrative and family therapies. 


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