Want more information before you get involved with Co-Counselling?
- Co-Counselling in a nutshell
- Some booklets
- Introduction videos
- How Co-Counselling might benefit you.
A more elaborate impression you may get from the variety of books and manuals written by CCI trainers..
The Co-Counselling Encyclopaedia
Other Co-Counselling resources
The Co-Counselling Core Training is your ‘CoCo Driving Licence’. You will learn the skills to have Co-Counselling sessions and to access the Co-Counselling world-wide Network.
Co-Counselling provides you with many tools to extend your core skills. You can develop these in stand-alone workshops or in workshops at residential events.
Some Further Session Skills
- Listening to your body: Focusing
- Exploring your emotions by sound
- Role Play the CoCo way
- Leaving bad experiences behind: Video Technique
Some Group Session Skills
- Being seen: beyond shame and guilt
Some Further Action Skills
- Life Action
- Managing difficult conversations
- Create your life
This happens by using Co-Counselling sessions to address issues that really matter to you.
CCI supports this by offering Topic & Life Cycle workshops and groups. These are often part of Community Days and residential events.
Here people address a common issue in their lives, called 'Topic' in Co-Counselling.
- Create your life
- Work and career
- Intimacy and connection
- Sexuality and attraction
- Committed relationships
- Healthy weight
- Bereavement and Grieving
After your Co-Counselling Core Training you can find partners for sessions, support and topic groups through:
- Workshops: further skills, residential and community days
- CoCo Open Space
bringing people together with shared or complementary topics
- Membership of a local Co-Counselling network
- Phone Co-Counselling lists
- Member section of this CoCoInfo site
- Subscribing of a printed or email newsletter
Other ways of support
Asking experienced co-counsellors how to work on something
CoCo-Info offers Forums these are vital in connecting you to the Co-Counselling community. Here you can ask for support for making Co-Counselling more relevant.
IRC There are also IRC (Internet Relay Chat) channels available for support and sessions