Working with Clients with Complex Issues: Integrated Techniques for Working with Emotional Dysregulation, Unresolved Trauma, Complex Resistance and Chronic Anger and Hate

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June 2017
Join Dr Daniel Short, international trainer and author, who will present an exciting and potentially life-changing new workshop that has never been provided in Australia before.

Working with Clients with Complex Issues: Integrated Techniques for Working with Emotional Dysregulation, Unresolved Trauma, Complex Resistance and Chronic Anger and Hate

Presented by Dan Short, PhD

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Cost: $355 

Sydney  14 June 2017 SMC Conference and Function Centre
Melbourne 16 June 2017 Bayview on the Park
Brisbane 19 June 2017 The Greek Club
Adelaide 21 June 2017 Next Gen Club, Memorial Drive
Perth 23 June 2017 Wollaston Conference Centre

  

Join Dr Daniel Short, international trainer and author, who will present an exciting and potentially life-changing new workshop that has never been provided in Australia before.

The principles taught in this workshop are derived from the Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) for the regulation of emotions, Motivational interviewing (MI) for increased engagement in problem solving, Interpersonal therapy (IPT) for increased therapeutic alliance and Trauma-focused CBT for work with traumatized individuals.

Dr Short will also demonstrate a key imperative from the Ericksonian approach to psychotherapy : a “Use what works!” approach. Milton Erickson was known for his “genius-like” problem solving talents and he was often able to effectively help his clients in just one session.  He became famous for his great problem-solving abilities and for equipping his clients with the long-lasting transformational skills that allowed them to face life challenges competently and without further assistance from him.  What was Erickson doing that allowed him to have such wonderful results so fast?  Wouldn’t it be great, if we all worked from the same perspective?  This pragmatic approach has been researched and elaborated in the Integrative Model for Psychotherapy.

Dr Short will link the discussed modalities and techniques to the recent knowledge of neuroscience.

You will learn:

  • How to equip the clients, who do not seem to learn from mistakes and who keep returning with the same issue over and over again, with the problem solving skills for life.

  • The principles and techniques of emotion processing to working with clients who suffer from chronic mental health issues such as chronic anger and hate, denial, or unresolved trauma.

  • How to apply the Ericksonian approach to the transformational problem-solving and how to equip your clients with resiliency in problem-solving for life.

  • The most recent findings in neuroscience combined with the elements of the Ericksonian approach to problem solving and solution finding.

  • How to use the latest science on brain neuroplasticity as you teach clients how to trust and grow their own problem solving abilities, emotional intelligence and intuitive insight when faced with difficult life choices and decision making.

  • How to assist clients to improve their emotional health beyond plane emotional expression and emotional awareness.

  • How to help clients increase depth of emotional experiencing, and extend the range of emotional experience, increase emotional flexibility, and the regulation of emotion in order to process chronic anger, hate, and other chronic mental health conditions.

  

  • APS: Activities do not need to be endorsed by APS. Members can accrue 7 CPD hours by participating in this activity
  • AASW: Members can accrue 7 CPD hours by participating in this activity
  • ACA: Members can accrue 14 CPD points by participating in this activity
  • PACFA: Members can accrue 7 CPD hours by participating in this activity

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