Sabi will aim to demystify how we work with transference online and explore further
how to identify the non-verbal communication when sometimes we only see a face.
She will explore practical questions alongside a case study that will highlight and
offer insight into these important points. There will also be the opportunity for
discussion about these issues and about the unconscious processes which are
inherent in the work. There will be the opportunity to reflect about particular issues
which need to be considered when undertaking online therapy.
Sabi Chahal –Is a senior accredited therapist working in private practice with clients
both face to face and online (telephone and video call). In 2015 Sabi trained further
to obtain her certification as a Cyber Therapist. Sabi’s background in business and
her passion for IT gave her the perfect platform from which to develop a unique
practice that envelops diversity. Having gained valuable insight into difficulties faced
by young people she has been able to help facilitate change for many expats in their
search for belonging. Visiting South East Asia in 2007 led Sabi towards her interest
in South Korea. This has resulted in Sabi working towards developing her own
platform that will offer expats in South East Asia access to therapy online.
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