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WNWRC - Pimping the Industry - Dr. Sheila J Peelo (28/11/20) CPD Presenter: Dr. Sheila J Peelo
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28-11-2020   Registration 9.45 a.m. Starts 10:00 a.m. until 16:30 p.m.
6.5 CPD hours
IACP Members only. Places Limited to 40 attendees

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WNWRC - Pimping the Industry - Dr. Sheila J Peelo


Presenters Bio:

Dr Sheila J Peelo is a Chartered Counselling Psychologist and Psychotherapist. She graduated from UCD with a psychology degree and then trained as a couples counsellor in London in the early 1990s. In 2006 she completed her training as a clinical therapist and then received her Doctorate from Metanoia Institute and Middlesex University in 2016. She is an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society (BPS) and associate member of the Psychological Society of Ireland (PSI). She is a member of the special interest group in coaching with the PSI and member of the division of counselling psychology with the BPS. She has held the Chair of the Division in Northern Ireland and sat on the branch committee of the BPS in Northern Ireland.
Sheila has worked in the NHS and the HSE for more than 25 years combined, working as a counsellor, psychologist, psychotherapist and supervisor and specialises in long term psychotherapy in the area of childhood trauma, short term counselling and supervision. She is a trained supervisor and has worked across many different professions providing individual and group supervision/consultation to a variety of therapeutic professionals and managers.
While training and working in London, Sheila joined the staff of Roehampton University as visiting lecturer to the MS Counselling Psychology programme. She has a long association with further education delivering a LOCON counselling programme and series of counselling seminars to students and professionals with the North London Adult Education Institute. She also spent 3 years working with the OU as tutor with the psychology department. Over the years, she has presented at several conferences in the UK and Northern Ireland.
She has published a number of articles:
• ‘I forgot you were leaving’. A reflective exploration of the meaning of retirement and its impact on a peer supervision group. 2010. To a Life that Shines. NCS Publication.
• An unwelcome guest in the therapy room. Understanding practice with the Victim. 2010. NCS publication.
• Therapy in the 21st century, a pimped profession? 2019 IJCP.
Sheila now runs a private practice in Co Kildare


Workshop Outline:

This workshop aims to begin a dialogue within the profession about counselling in the 21st Century: its direction, focus, training and status as a practice. It will encourage participants to examine and question the evolving role of counselling in the world and whether the changes happening are changes for the good. Participants will have the opportunity to reflect on how the profession can resist changes which negatively affect the status of the profession. The direction of counselling and psychotherapy, particularly short-term provision, is of growing concern to many in the profession. Global providers of therapy in the workplace have influenced how counselling is packaged and marketed. In turn, this is beginning to affect the person of the therapist, the interpersonal aspect of counselling and the meaning of change. The profession needs to assert a position on these changes that is grounded in values, ethics, and particularly client agency. As such, this workshop will be experiential and participative but will be guided by the ideas contained in ‘Counselling in the 21st Century, a pimped profession?’ IJCP, 2019. Participants would be wise to be familiar with the article in order to get the most out of the workshop.


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