Upcoming Workshops

SRA400700

Sydney – Postponed to early 2021
We will update all participants in due course.

An online version of this course is now available.

Presenter: Hanna Nowicki (Postgrad. Soc. Work, LLB, BA Psych)

The workshop is intended for all frontline workers who come into contact with people who may be suicidal, including those who are experienced in this area. This includes the workforce of Mental Health Services, Mental Health Rehabilitation NGOs and other NGOs, NDIS, Community Health and Child Protection Services, Correctional Services, Housing and Employment services, Domestic Violence, Services for Homeless, Centrelink, Drug and Alcohol Services, Youth Services, General Practitioners and a wide range of other services.

engage-full

Adelaide – 27 April 2021

An online version of this course is now available.

Presenter: Hanna Nowicki (Postgrad. Soc. Work, LLB, BA Psych)

The techniques presented in this workshop will improve your confidence in working with mandatory clients; those who are in denial or those who treat you with the “I don’t know” answers or with silence. You will be able to move quicker into addressing critical issues, and pseudo co-operation will be avoided. Not only the treatment time will be decreased, but you will avoid being frustrated, stressed or burnt out as your ability to avoid futile battles with clients will improve.

PDs-full

Adelaide date has been changed: 14 April 2021

Presenter: Hanna Nowicki (Postgrad. Soc. Work, LLB, BA Psych)

The aim of this seminar is to provide more insight into the complex world of personality disorders and equip the participants with more strategies for dealing effectively with difficult behaviours displayed by personality disordered clients.

BPD-full

Adelaide – 4 May 2021

Presenter: Hanna Nowicki (Postgrad. Soc. Work, LLB, BA Psych)

The aim of this seminar is to provide insight into the complex world of Borderline Personality Disorder and equip the participants with practical strategies for responding effectively to the complex and often perplexing behaviours displayed by these challenging clients.