WELCOME to "Time-to-Talk"
Where we have time-to-talk,
when you have time- to- talk.
This Time-to-Talk website is sponsored by IACP,
which is The International Association of Conversational Practitioners.
A PERSON-CENTRED CONVERSATIONAL APPROACH...
...that values the restorative, therapeutic power of conversation
The benefits of talking about your thoughts and feelings, in a one-to-one conversation, are well-documented.
Many people fear talking. Many people feel unable to express themselves.
Some people fear being judged, misunderstood or disbelieved. Some people have no-one to trust.
Often you want to talk about something that is personal or traumatic.
By having a conversation with a conversational practitioner, you may be able to talk about things that you previously thought were too difficult. At Time-To-Talk, we can draw on more than 40 years of research and practical experience, to help you to cope with whatever you want to talk about.
What do we do?
Through a conversational approach to therapy, learning, the brain and emotional thinking, The Institute Association of Conversational Practitioners (The IACP), share their neurochemical and clinical knowledge to people who seek our help.
Working with us, you will learn how to think and act in ways that will give you more choice and control over your daily life, at home, at work, or at play.
WHAT ARE OUR CREDENTIALS ?
BACP Register of Counsellors & Psychotherapists
National Register of Psychotherapists & Counsellors
Qualified members of The British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP)
Members of the Internation Association of Conversational Practitioners. (The IACP)
Post Graduate Qualifications in Clinical Psychology, Counselling and Psychotherapy.
Post Graduate Qualifications in Chemistry and Human Systems Engineering.
OUTSIDE WORK OF THE CONVERSATIONAL THERAPISTS AT TIME-TO-TALK
Terry Horne has written 13 books exploring the brain and applications of cognitive neuroscience, to the development of personal intelligence, the protection of the brain and the body from degenerative disease and the application of his models of Applied Thinking to the effective and profitable organisation of work, in public services and private enterprises. Terry Horne's models of Applied Thinking have been described by the president of the Royal Society as:
"some of the most advanced models of thinking in the world"
According to Hodder Education, Terry Horne's books have been translated into many languages, including Spanish, Russian and Chinese, and have sold more than 60 million copies worldwide.
A FEW EXAMPLES OF THINGS YOU MIGHT LIKE TO TALK ABOUT INCLUDE:
Loss & Bereavement
Fears and phobias
Drug & alcohol use
Abuse - Physical, Emotional, Sexual
Leadership & Teamworking
Critical, Creative and Reflective Thinking
Life Coaching and Mentoring
Protection against Dementia and Degenerative Disease.
CRITICAL FEEDBACK ON CONVERSATIONS WITH TERRY HORNE
Terry Horne has developed some of the world’s most advanced models of how the human brain thinks and learns
Prof. Susan Greenfield, President of The Royal Society.
“Six years ago, despite my poor English, ‘Conversations with Terry Horne’, successfully prepared me for applications I needed to make, presentations I needed to give, and interviews and role plays that I needed to pass, in order to get into the police force.
Terry Horne had many, often very funny stories, that made complex ideas easy for me to understand and remember.
Terry has never lost interest in me, in my career or in my family, and now I am on a fast track to become a Sergeant and a Police Inspector.”
PC Mohamed, GMP and Lancashire Constabulary.
Terry Horne was my neuroscience tutor. He became a popular visitor to my home, where he might find children from any one of 39 different countries. His “Conversations with Children” were full of good humoured provocation and paradoxical challenge.
Uncle Terry teases smiles, without being hurtful. He is kind without being condescending - playful without being patronising.
Children remember his lessons and gleefully remind him when he does not!