Face reading for practitioners

Glenna Trout BFRP16th April 2012

The BC-ACE programme continues to attract new and interesting ideas for post-Level 3 education.

The most recent addition to the list involves Bach Centre approval of a series of workshops that feature expert speakers, mainly from outside the Bach practitioner world, but whose special skills and experience can help BFRPs find new insight into their practice.

The first of these Workshops for Practitioners will take place in July, in Suffolk, England.

The guest speakers on this first event will be a bereavement expert from CRUSE, a UK charity set up to offer free and confidential help to bereaved people, and Glenna Trout (pictured), a graduate of the US National Crime Prevention Institute and retired police officer who is internationally renowned for her work in "face reading" - the art of understanding emotions and thoughts and personality by reading faces.

The event leader for the workshops, Tessa Jordan BFRP, has been running them for few years now and has attracted some top-class speakers. Previous topics have included "is there a male approach to feelings?" and "laughter therapy" - the latter presented by a group of clown doctors.

"I usually know the speaker personally or have some professional contact, so can feel confident in their knowledge of the subject," Tessa told us.

"I am always present as well, so I can pick up any queries and put the ideas presented into the context of the BFRP role."

For more information and to book on the next workshop see the BC-ACE events page.