Continuing Professional Development / Workshops

In 2020 we are running a series of six Saturday workshops at the Willows Centre in Old Town, Swindon.

We have a stimulating and varied range of topics - some never offered before - with each providing a certificate for 5 hours CPD.

Each day will follow the format that you may be familiar with from previous years - 9.30 to register, then 10-4pm.

The cost for each day has remained the same at £45, with a discount of £15 for three or more booked at the same time.


Details of all 2020 Saturday workshops

We hope you will be able to join us!

July 4th 2020

Dissociation - The greatest survival strategy

Tanya Orr

October 3rd 2020

Working with Creativity

Pauline Andrew

November 7th 2020

Nature and the Seasons

Briony Martin


Coronavirus Update - 18 Mar 2020

It is with regret that I have to inform you that, in line with government recommendations, we have taken the decision to postpone our next two scheduled Willows CPD Workshops:


Saturday 28th March: The Treasures of Darkness - Working with our Shadow (Speaker: Anne Solomon)


Saturday 25th April: Out of the Closet (Speaker: Janey Templer-Milligan)



These workshops will not go ahead on the dates scheduled. We are working with the speakers and plan to reschedule the workshops to dates later in the year. We will contact you again once these dates have been confirmed.


In the meantime, please be reassured that your bookings will be honoured and secured for the revised dates.


We’re all very aware that all people, organisations and businesses are having to unexpectedly make changes to many aspects of their work and lives. As such, we would appreciate your patience and support during this time whilst we also do the same.


Our first and foremost priority is to continue to offer a high quality training and CPD programme in a way that is accessible for all, but at a time that is safe and practical during the current challenges we all face.


I personally would like to thank you all for your understanding and continued support. 

With my warmest wishes,


Denise Brent

Training Manager