Creative Arts Therapy 2020 Workshop – Creative Ways to Explore Grief & Loss with Josie Scott

06/11/2020 – 07/11/2020 @ 12:00 am – In this workshop we will utilise a range of modalities including: Visual art mediums, therapeutic story making, relaxation and music to explore ways of helping clients express grief and loss. This is a completely experiential workshop – an opportunity to work with these mediums yourself in a safe and supported environment where the work is […]

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The Call of Darkness: Managing Suicidality in Clinical Practice – 1 Day Workshop, Wellington

23/03/2020 @ All Day – To register>> This workshop is open to all health professionals: Last year there were 668 deaths to suicide in our country, and statistics show this number is increasing. Our current government has made it a priority to address this issue. In this seminar Dr Hedges will draw on empirical research and outline promising treatment approaches […]

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The Snow White Model: Working with Complex and Developmental Trauma – Auckland

22/06/2020 – 23/06/2020 @ All Day – Register Here>> Once-upon-a-time, if Snow White presented to a psychiatrist with her tale of attempted murder, talking animals, whispering trees and seven dwarves, she would likely receive a diagnosis of hysteria, psychosis, schizophrenia or conversion disorder. In the late 19th Century, Pierre Janet identified the correlation between dissociative phenomena as a psychological defence against overwhelming experiences.  […]

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The Snow White Model: Working with Complex and Developmental Trauma – Christchurch

17/06/2020 – 18/06/2020 @ All Day – Register Here>> Once-upon-a-time, if Snow White presented to a psychiatrist with her tale of attempted murder, talking animals, whispering trees and seven dwarves, she would likely receive a diagnosis of hysteria, psychosis, schizophrenia or conversion disorder. In the late 19th Century, Pierre Janet identified the correlation between dissociative phenomena as a psychological defence against overwhelming experiences.  […]

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The Snow White Model: Working with Complex and Developmental Trauma – Wellington

12/06/2020 – 13/06/2020 @ All Day – Register Here>> Once-upon-a-time, if Snow White presented to a psychiatrist with her tale of attempted murder, talking animals, whispering trees and seven dwarves, she would likely receive a diagnosis of hysteria, psychosis, schizophrenia or conversion disorder. In the late 19th Century, Pierre Janet identified the correlation between dissociative phenomena as a psychological defence against overwhelming experiences.  […]

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Trauma Education with Dr Leah Giarratano (Day 3-4) Auckland 25-26 June 2020

25/06/2020 – 26/06/2020 @ All Day – 2020 PTSD Trauma Education>> Treating Complex Trauma: Day 3-4 This workshop is intended for past attendees of Treating PTSD presented by Dr Giarratano (from 2012 onwards). There are no exceptions to this policy because approximately half of the full four-day program material is presented in Treating PTSD and is not repeated in Treating Complex Trauma. […]

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Trauma Education presented by Dr Leah Giarratano (Day 1-2) Auckland 28-29 May 2020

28/05/2020 – 29/05/2020 @ 12:00 am – 2019-2020 PTSD Trauma Education>> Treating PTSD Day 1-2 Program Description This two-day program presents a highly practical and interactive workshop (case-based) for treating traumatised clients; the content is applicable to both adult and adolescent populations. The techniques are cognitive behavioural, evidence-based, and will be immediately useful and effective for your clinical practice. In order to […]

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