UKPT Follow-up Workshop – London 13 – 15 October 2017
This is a Follow-up Workshop, restricted to those who have attended a Beginners’ Workshop. It is an essential part of the recovery program; we find that so much happens at the Beginners' Workshop that a lot is forgotten, and also morale can take a dip after the Workshop when on one's own. The Follow-up Workshop helps to reinforce everything, and gives you a necessary boost. For 8 out of 10, the two workshops are enough to give you the tools to continue on your own. Not attending a follow-up workshop is in effect an avoidance behaviour!
The difference between the two Workshops is as follows. Participants at a Beginners’ Workshop do not know what to expect, dread what they think is going to happen, and so arrive apprehensive and anxious; the Workshop is highly structured, in order to get through a lot of information, and to ensure participants do the desensing.
In contrast, participants at a Follow-up Workshop arrive more relaxed, they know the drill and know exactly what they want to do; desensing can begin on Friday evening. Hence the Workshop is loosely structured, and the leaders acts as facilitators. However all the topics covered in the Beginners Workshop are reviewed and reinforced.
Jonathan will be there for the whole period. You may wish to do the same, or you may wish to come for a shorter period; if local, you may choose not to stay at the hotel but to commute. You may feel able to share a room with a participant you are comfortable with. The choice is yours, but I need to know what you wish to do.
COST: the contribution of up to £20 is independent of how long you come for. Rooms are upwards from about £180 total (non-cancellable) for the two nights excluding breakfast. A room cancellable up to 4pm on the Friday is £208 total excl breakfast. Email the booking form back for speed and to ensure a place.
Again, if finance is a problem, get in touch; as you know, we can help.
If you cannot make this one, Follow-ups are held regularly i.e. the next one will hopefully be in November 24-26 in Manchester.
As before, accommodation and meals is up to you.
FOLLOW-UP WORKSHOP LONDON
London Friday 13 - Sunday 15 October 2017
Details of the hotel will be sent to you along with confirmation of your booking.
When I have confirmed you have a place, you can send the signed form by post; you can then pay by bank transfer (our preferred option), or send a cheque with the signed form. If you are coming from abroad, then cash on the day is acceptable.
For the transfer our bank is HSBC, sort code 403102, account number 91452576, account name UKPT. Please put your surname on as a reference.
A cheque can be post-dated as 16.10.17 because it is not deposited till after the workshop; make it payable to UKPT and post it to UKPT, PO Box 182, Kendal, Cumbria, LA9 9AE.
Also due to Royal Mail occasionally being slow, could you write on the top left corner of the envelope the legend "Posted on" followed by the date posted.
Name (printed): _____________________________________________
Phone: home ____________________
Preferred method of contact_________________
Cheque enclosed (or posted) for £ ___ pounds or I wish to pay by bank transfer
I will / will not be / booking a room.
Date of last workshop you attended: _____________
I am looking to share a room with someone from the workshop I attended: yes/no
I am looking to share a room with someone; yes/no
I will be coming by car yes/no
As you now know, we do need several cars!
Session: say when you plan to arrive and to leave:
Please say if you can go in the following situations, and add comments if it depends on certain conditions.
Yes No Comments plus conditions for Y/N
1. At home alone
2. At home with visitors
3. At a friend’s or relation’s house
4. Public toilet cubicle with solid wall and door
5. Public toilet cubicle with gaps in walls and doors
For men only: in the following, comment on types of people, separation etc
8. Urinals with dividers in spacious toilet
9. Urinals without dividers in spacious toilet
10. Urinals (2 or 3) with dividers in small toilet
11. Urinals (2 or 3) without dividers in small toilet
Is there anything the workshop leader needs to know about e.g. dyslexia, social phobia, physical handicap etc?