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Three Day ROG Open Event 2023: Presence and Power

Thursday 2nd to Saturday 4th March 2023, Oxford, UK.
Led by Sally Denham-Vaughan and Marie-Anne Chidiac

Everyone is welcome to our 2023 ROG (Relational Organisational Gestalt) Open Event, where we will be examining the relationship between presence and power, both from a theoretical perspective and as an in-depth personal exploration and experiential practice.

For more information, or to attend Presence and Power, please download the ROG Open Event flyer or email Marie-Anne Chidiac to book your place.

ROG Open Event 2023: Presence and Power
Relational Change Online Gathering 2022

Relational Change Gathering 2022: Working at the Edge of Supervision.

Thursday December 8th: ONLINE via Zoom

How can we find support when faced with risk and uncertainty? In this year’s Relational Change online gathering we want to share experiences working at the edge in supervision, confronted with difficult challenges and widespread uncertainty. What are our strengths in dealing with these situations either as supervisees or supervisors? What are our blind spots and growing edges?

For more details, please go to our Training and Events Page, and download the Working at the Edge of Supervision flyer. To book your place please go to our Eventbrite page, or if you have any queries, email Mandy at:

Latest Published Paper

Relational Gestalt Approach to Building a COVID-19 Community of Practice in a Hospital Setting

Prof. Justin T. Denholm et. al. – published in the BMJ Leader
Denholm J.T., Johnson D., Denholm G.C., Deligiannis E., BMJ Leader 2022;0:1–3. doi:10.1136/leader-2021-000587

This article published in British Medical Journal Leader summarises the effective application of ROG in an Australian Healthcare setting. Congratulations to the ROG community at Gestalt Therapy Australia for continuing to develop the work and write it up so accessibly. Thank you Justin, Douglas, Gina and Eva. You can read their paper on our Resources Page

Relational Gestalt Approach to Building a COVID-19 Community of Practice in a Hospital Setting
Four Riders of the Apocalypse flyer

Upcoming Workshops

Four Riders of the Apocalypse: Oppression, Trauma and the Body.

Friday 18th to Saturday 19th November 2022 09.30am to 05.00pm GMT, Cambridge, UK.

Most trauma involves an imbalance of power. In this two day workshop we will explore the four classes of trauma, and the power dynamics that are often implicit in therapy.

For more details, please go to our Training and Events Page, and download the Four Riders of the Apocalypse flyer. To book your place, please email Martin Capps:

Relational Change Certificate/Diploma Courses

ROG Phase One 2022-2023 Dates and Training Costs

All Course Places Fully Booked Up!

This years ROG Phase One course for 2022-2023 is now fully booked up. You can still put your name down on the reserve list, or book a place for next years course.

Six, two day modules starting 6th and 7th October 2022, and running through to June 2023, Online and Oxford UK. Diploma option available.

The modules will be led by Marie-Anne Chidiac and Sally Denham-Vaughan, with four out of the six modules held online, while the March and June modules will be in person at Oxford. For further information on this years course please go to the ROG Training Courses page or download the ROG Phase One 2022-2023 Dates and Tuition Costs flyer.

ROG 2022-2023 Dates and Costs
Trauma Certificate/Diploma 2022-23

Certificate/Diploma in Contemporary Trauma Practice 2022-23

From October 2022 to July 2023. Starting 14th to 15th October 2022. This Course will be held ONLINE via Zoom

This successful programme will run again from the autumn of 2022, this time online and with the addition of a module.

The 2022-23 Certificate/Diploma programme consists of seven two day online workshops (total 105 hours), which will build participants confidence, skills and understanding in working with trauma, especially complex trauma. Grounded in a relational perspective, the programme will offer a safe, non-pathologising and accessible approach to working with trauma.

The workshops will be led by Miriam Taylor, with guest trainers Ed Fellows, Margaret Landale, Sonja Hookway and Martin Capps.

For more details please visit our Training and Events Page and download the Trauma Certificate/Diploma 2022-23 flyer or to join the course please call Martin on 07941 647740 or email:

Post Graduate Certificate/Diploma in Supervision 2023: A Relational Change Process

Commencing January 2023, Kingston Upon Thames and online. We are intending to run this as a hybrid course with two modules on-line. Please contact Lynda Osborne if you would like to discuss this.

The Post Graduate Supervision Certificate/Diploma 2023 Course dates are now available. This 10 day course spread over 9 months is UKCP (HIPC) recognised, meets BACP standards and is suitable for psychotherapists, counsellors and organisational practitioners with at least 2 years experience, wishing to be accredited to supervise others. Diploma track is also available. UKCP members who complete the supervision Diploma can go straight onto the HIPC Supervisors Directory.

The workshops will be facilitated by Lynda Osborne, Sally Denham-Vaughan and Marie-Anne Chidiac. Cost: £1650 or £1430 with early bird discount. For further details please visit our "Training and Events" page, or to book your place, email Mandy at

Supervision Certificate/Diploma 2023
This Months Newsletter

Relational Change Newsletter

Relational Work and your Invitation to our Community Gathering

In this months newsletter, we invite you to our Community Gathering on Working at the Edge, and Lynda Osborne talks about some of the theoretical underpinnings of the the Relational Supervision Certificate/Diploma Course booking now for 2023.

To read this months newsletter, or to see previous newsletters, please go to our Links page.

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Relational Change promotes a relational approach in all walks of life. Together with our associates and affiliated centres in the UK and Europe, we aim to deliver value to people, groups and communities in the areas of Organisational Development, Community Building, Coaching and Psychotherapy.

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