Led by Heather Churchill
Shame is an important topic, not least because the origins of shame can be traced right back to the back to the Genesis texts: Genesis 2: 25 “Now the man and his wife were both naked, but they felt no shame,”
and Genesis 3: 7 “At that moment, their eyes were opened and they suddenly felt shame at their nakedness, so they sewed fig leaves together.”
Shame affects a person's mental health and it has also been shown to impact a person’s physical wellbeing, with research showing that shame can have a powerful impact on stress responses.
Whether you struggle with issues of shame or would like to better understand how to support someone else, come and consider the ways shame can impact a person's life and the ways that shame can trigger depression, anxiety and stress.
Please note: Some of the material presented overlaps with course training on the Waverley Diploma/BA year 2 course.
MTh. (Middx); BA (Hons. Brunel), Registered Member, MBACP (Senior Accredited counsellor/psychotherapist), Registered Member, ACC (Accredited Counsellor and Supervisor).
Heather is employed by Waverley Abbey College (CWR) as their Lead Academic and BA (Hons) Counselling Programme leader and in addition is CWR’s link tutor with Middlesex University. She has many years of experience as a Trainer, Counsellor/Psychotherapist and Supervisor. She is a Registered and Accredited Counsellor/Supervisor with the Association of Christian Counsellors and a Registered and Senior Accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). In her private clinical practice, she specialises in counselling adults who have been sexually abused in childhood and she and her husband, Ian, are involved in pastoral care in their local church.
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