CPD Training for Organisations, Charities & Conferences

Offering Bespoke Creative Interventions Training Days in the Community

Are you hosting a conference or event? Do you recognise a need for good quality training for your organisation?

We have hosted events from Facebook HQ in London to intimate conference workshop settings in Edinburgh. No inquiry is too big or too small. We love to be in the community sharing our skills and we have a team of trainers, speakers and ambassadors waiting to support you.

We would love to be able to inspire your counsellors with creative, practical and hands on training.

As a community and organisation dedicated to creativity, we have been successfully delivering training online and face to face since 2016.

We offer a bespoke service to meet your training needs. You can choose to have us deliver one of our signature 10 training modules or a combination of interventions to meet your needs.

We have delivered:

  • One hour keynote presentations
  • Full day training modules
  • Conference workshops
  • Online virtual events
  • Experiential creative retreats
  • Mastermind sessions
  • Creative book clubs
  • Networking Groups

The first step is to contact us to discuss what you are looking for and whether we could be a good fit for your organisation, event or training day.

"As a counsellor and researcher working with autistic clients, a client group who benefit from non verbal interventions in counselling, events organised by the Creative Counsellors Association are invaluable to me. The conference as always had brilliant speakers, and hands on activities to try under their fantastic expertise. I had an insightful experience of using clay to help me access some feelings about a situation which I hadn’t been able to access before. I was able to take away the learning from the event to my own practice and have more confidence in using these techniques with my own clients. Due to a busy life and schedule, I’m not able to attend many conferences but this is one I always commit to and enjoy." Lisa Cromar / www.lisacromar.com
PhD Student, University of Chester, Co-founder of Counsellors Working With Neurodiversity