Workshop: The Management and Expression of Anger Using SPACE: A Rational Emotive and Cognitive Behavioural Approach.
Workshop Facilitator: Nick Edgerton MSc CPsychol MAREBT (Accred) HCPC Reg
Date: 29th November, 2022
Time: 10.00 to 13.00 GMT
The Workshop will explore two forms of Anger using the SPACE Model as a conceptual framework. The identification, monitoring, regulation, and expression of Anger will also be considered. ‘SPACE’, is a comprehensive psychological model that can be used within rational emotive and cognitive behavioural therapy, coaching and stress management to aid assessment, explain the cognitive model to the client, and assist in the development of a therapeutic, coaching or training programme. The SPACE model was developed in 2002 and portrays the interactions involved in psychological processes in a manner that is more graphical than the two or five column worksheets that are commonly used in rational emotive and cognitive behavioural approaches. It is also an easy to remember acronym: Social context, Physiology, Action, Cognition, Emotion.
Booking: Visit Eventbrite to obtain your conference ticket. AREBT Members can attend this workshop for free. However it is still essential that they book a place prior to the event.
Articles on the application of SPACE can be downloaded from Development of the SPACE model for counselling, coaching, training, and consultancy project on ResearchGate.
- SPACE: A psychological model for use within cognitive behavioural coaching, therapy and stress management
- The SPACE coaching model: an integrative tool for coach therapists
Nick Edgerton is a Chartered Psychologist, an AREBT Accredited Therapist and experienced cognitive-behavioural therapist and coach. Nick developed the cognitive-behavioural SPACE model of coaching and teaches on the CBT and REBT therapy and coaching programmes at the UK Centre for REBT and the Centre for Coaching, London. He has published articles and chapters on the cognitive-behavioural approach and the SPACE model. He is on the European & International Advisory Board of the European Journal of Counselling Theory, Research and Practice. He is a former member of the AREBT Board.