What is Not Said is More Important Workshop with Stefan Charidge

I believe that what is not said in the therapy room is more important than...

Last updated 3 May 2024

I believe that what is not said in the therapy room is more important than what is said. Most clients will share their story and beliefs about their history but not their internal judgements, beliefs and meaning making process, which is more important than their narrative/story. It is true that clients need to be heard, but this can also be a way of avoiding what needs to change. “Horse before the cart”, whilst a client may wish to stay with what is not working or wrong in their lives and hypnotise the practitioner with the problem and not the solution/solvent to support movement in a positive direction.

Workshop Details 

This webinar will offer tools and insights of how to deepen the work and support clients in sharing more of their intimacy (IN-TO-ME-SEE). For them to share more of their hidden denied or suppressed, beliefs and judgements. Which is fear is the driver. Fear of how you might judge them and ultimately reject them (which is a projection on the client’s part (which could but hopeful won’t be true)). “If I really told you my inner beliefs you won’t like me and reject me”. This is more of a body sensation (conditioning), than a cognitive thought.

If something bubbles up for you within any of Stefan’s webinars, that you may wish to explore further, on a one to one bases, you can contact Stefan via charidge@gmail.com and arrange a one off session or more. Supervision (clinical and non clinical) is also available.

Learning Objective Participants Can Expect From This Event

  • You will learn how to deepen the work in a short space of time.
  • A belief is part of a clients psyche and developing healthy dialogue with that part can bring about significant change.
  • The work is in supporting a client in naming and owning a belief or judgement. If hidden or denied, it cannot be worked with and changed cannot take place. We cannot change or work with the unknown.

Who is This Workshop Appropriate For?

  • All counsellors and coaches.

How May This Workshop Impact Your Practice?

  • This webinar offers better listening skills – to what is not said, named and owned at an emotional level.

Course Content

What is Not Said is More Important Workshop with Stefan Charidge


Stefan Charidge

Stefan Charidge aka ‘The Metaphor Man’  . Stefan is an internationally recognised facilitator and trainer and has been in private practice for over twenty years. Delivering trainings on various topics including Anger Management, Gestalt Therapy, Archetypes and Psychodrama, within many environments and online. He is an accredited psychotherapist and counselling and qualified supervisor, with a unique blend of Gestalt and Jungian therapy.

I am available for individual work, groups and Supervision (Ind or Group) as well as live workshops.

If you have an organisation that would be interested in a full day/weekend workshop, on one topic or another. Do get in touch.