Do you suffer from an acquired disability and/or chronic pain?
Such realities and experiences can be life-changing and extremely challenging.
This FREE webinar is by qualified counsellor Amy Copland, who experienced a near-fatal car crash in 2011 and was given just a 2% chance of living.
Amy not only survived, but overcame significant personal challenges in coming to terms with an acquired disability, using this first-hand experience to explore this topic.
So join us for the event, covering the following topics:
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
- Goal setting
- Anxiety Reduction
- Muscle relaxation techniques
Click on the ‘Register Now‘ button at the bottom of the screen to sign up, completely FREE.
Your Presenter: Amy Copland
Hi, I am Amy Copland and I am a qualified counsellor with a Masters in Counselling from The College of New Jersey.
I have experience using a variety of counselling techniques and having lived internationally for almost my entire career, I ensure that I take cultural perspectives into account in my practice.
Even before I became a counsellor, I was always in the helping profession and engaged in a significant amount of service/charitable work. Helping others to find a way to fulfil their potential and be proud of who they are has always been what inspires and motivates me.
I have been involved in education for 17 years and worked in some of the top international schools in the world, holding positions as a counsellor, special education director/SENCO and a host of other roles which enabled me to help children and adolescents achieve their potential and also act as a support system for them and their families.
I am registered with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and also a registered member of the American Counselling Association.
I am also a member of the Chi Sigma Iota Counseling Academic and Professional Honor Society (CSI), holding my membership through the Alpha Epsilon Chapter at The College of New Jersey by invitation for academic and professional performance.
Having people put their trust in me to help support them or their children to overcome barriers, trauma or challenges and to help them work towards achieving their potential, is the best job I could ever hope for.