Relate Cambridge is delighted to announce details of our exciting CPD programme. This is a unique opportunity for practitioners both within Relate, and also for those working independently or for other organisations, to benefit from our varied programme. Our trainers offer a huge range of experience and expertise.


To book any of the below CPD courses, please download the booking form above and return to admin@relatecambridge.org.uk

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25th November 2017
10am - 4pm


Led by Angela Sams

Venue: The Signal Box, Glenalmond Avenue
(off Clarendon Rd), Cambridge

This day will cover some of the main concepts within systemic therapy. It will be an interactive day that will enhance your understanding and extend your skills in working with families.

Learning objectives:

  •  Increase your Understanding of use of self in systemic therapy.

  • Consideration of power and explore your 'social graces'.

  • Provide a brief overview of the development of systemic therapy.

  • Use of questions, including creative conversations.


Angela started her career 35 years ago as a psychiatric nurse but trained as a play therapist and in other various therapeutic approaches, particularly those that are effective with children and young people. This included working with family therapy screen teams which led to her training as a systemic family therapist.


Angela currently works within CAMHS (child and adolescent mental health service where she supervises a family therapy team. She also teaches on NSFT (Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust) Introductory course in family therapy. She has recently completed the IAPT systemic supervisors course.

27th January 2017
11am - 5pm


Led by
Lesley Parker

(CTA, MSc, UKCP reg. psychotherapist, Relate reg. supervisor)


This workshop will introduce some of the concepts and models of TA Script theory, including Claude Steiner’s Script Matrix, Richard Erskine’s Script System, the Goulding’s ideas around Injunctions and Counter-injunctions. We will also look at ideas around script analysis, script change and working in a couple context


Lesley Parker MSc, CTA is a UKCP registered Psychotherapist and a Relate registered Supervisor with over 20 years’ experience. She currently works as a supervisor and also runs a small private practice offering training, supervision and consultation.