What is reality? The dictionary tells us it is ‘the state of things as they actually exist’, but what shapes our reality and how do we understand the ‘actually’ part of that statement? Is reality subjective or objective? In our 2016 conference we carefully rummaged for reality, asking what is our reality, is God within that, do we create that reality ourselves and how do we respond to those whose views or lifestyle are different? What choices do we make in order to make sense of reality or to cope with it? What happens when we, or those we work with, can’t cope with the realities that they are facing or have faced? Is God the ultimate reality?!
I have been moved, stunned, touched, enlightened and have seen several things with new eyes
Thoroughly enjoyed, relaxed atmosphere, permission to be myself, no masks needed
(feedback from 2016 conference)
Below are some recordings from our main plenary’s for 2016
Nicholas King – Is Paul of Tarsus for real?
Nicholas King – Keynote
Nicholas King – Questions and answers
David Runcorn – Getting real
David Runcorn – Keynote
David Runcorn – Questions and answers
Articles for Carla Grosch-Miller’s plenary session – Real sex, real life, real faith.
Resources from Elisabeth Ross’ plenary session – The detail is in the devil.
The European Society for Trauma and Dissociation has a two day conference on trauma and dissociation – 30/31 March 2017 – further details: www.estd.org
Here are also the five article online in the BACP Therapy Today April 2015 : ‘Working with extreme trauma’.