Linda Graham, MFT
People do learn and grow from meeting the challenges and adversities of the human condition when they have support, resources, and skills to do so. Practices of mindfulness, self-compassion, empathy, and forgiveness help shift the functioning of the brain out of contraction and reactivity into more receptivity, openness, the larger perspective. People can recover capacities that reduce the impacts of stress and trauma, recover inner stability, meaning and purpose, and move them into thriving and flourishing.
TATRA Training Services regrets to announce that Linda Graham will be unable to travel to Australia to present this workshop, due to travel restrictions and the unfolding situation with COVID-19.
Rather than attempting to postpone the workshop in this uncertain environment, we have decided to offer this training to attendees in a digital format. The workshop will be recorded and made available via our website all those who have already registered or who will register in the future. Registration will remain open at the early-bird rate.
Linda Graham is disappointed that she is unable to make it to Australia on this occasion, but she will be delivering the same workshop content in a digital format. Coronavirus and the logistics of event management have presented challenges for TATRA but we are doing our utmost to ensure that high quality professional development sessions continue to be delivered to you in a safe and comfortable environment.
People do learn and grow from meeting the challenges and adversities of life when they have the support, resources, and skills to do so.
Helping clients strengthen their capacities – innate in their brains – to cope with any level of adversity – from a series of small annoyances to the troubles and tragedies that break their hearts to the utter catastrophes that change their lives forever – is at the heart of the therapeutic process.
This training teaches clinicians the basics of harness the brain’s neuroplasticity to help clients learn more flexible and adaptive coping strategies and rewire negative coping patterns that block their recovery, learning and growth.
Clients learn the techniques that reverse the impacts of stress and trauma, shift the functioning of the brain out of reactivity, contraction, dissociation into more receptivity and openness to learning, help clients once again trust other people as refuges and resources, discern new options, and deepen the meaning and purpose in their lives. The direct measurable outcome is resilience.
What Resilience Is
How Resilience Is Developed…or Derailed
Role of Neuroplasticity
Relational Intelligence within One’s Self
Relational Intelligence with Others
At the end of the training, participants will be better able to:
A certificate of attendance will be emailed to participants following the workshop.