Being Well in Suffolk

PSN CCi Monthly Meeting

How do I join the PSN CCI network?

The training is in 2 parts over a total of 6 days. Completing the first 3 days enables you to join the PSN CCi network in your local area. People get together in person or on the phone or skype. Successful completion of the second part gives full membership of Co-Counselling International (CCI) which is a worldwide community of like-minded people.  Come and meet us at a FREE Taster event or the monthly free Meetup E.Gym – first Wednesday of the month at Quay Place, Ipswich at 6.30pm. Training courses run twice a year. Alternatively give us a ring.

Why do I need to do a course to join PSN CCI?

PSN CCi is a peer network run by all its members. There are no appointed leaders and each person takes responsibility for themselves and support of their peers. The course teaches a framework to make this work well and safely. The agreed culture, structure, and ways of working together create a high degree of safety and confidentiality. The training teaches all the skills and tools to promote effective change and support for each other, with plenty of time to practise them and build confidence. You will learn specific ways to facilitate your own and the other person’s work.

What are the costs?

The E.Gym or PSNCCI Taster is free. Once you have completed the course there is no charge to join the network or do sessions with people – it is a system that is Free for Life. The course is professionally delivered by highly experienced trainers so naturally it has a cost, which is currently £260 per person for each part (£470 for part 1 and 2 if booked together). There is an earlybird rate for each part - people who pay in full by that date get a reduction to £240.

Employers often fund people to do PSN CCi training – contact us if you want help to put the case to your employer as to how it will be of benefit both to you and to them. They often give study leave too.

Bursaries are also available – get in touch with us. We do not want lack of money to stop anyone attending.