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March 2019

One-day workshop with U.S. counselling psychologist Scott D. Miller PhD

March 27th, 2019|

Communicare’s Children Contact Services

March 20th, 2019|

The 3rd International Single Session Therapy and Walk-in Services Symposium 2019

March 6th, 2019|

Presented by The Bouverie Centre, La Trobe University , this builds on the previous two Single Session Therapy and Walk-in Services symposiums held in Australia (2012) and Canada (2015).  It offers opportunities to connect, share and collaborate with colleagues from your field and beyond. Moving away from the tradition of a series of keynote presentations, this symposium promotes engagement and participation in broad discussions highlighting the implementation of Single Session Thinking in various contexts. 
Come and hear speakers from the U.S, Canada, Israel, Italy, Mexico, China, Sweden, Singapore, New Zealand, […]

February 2019

10th Conference of the European Family Therapy Association

February 28th, 2019|

What will you get by attending the EFTA-SIPPR conference in NAPLES in September 2019?
We have taken the concept of borders of change as our main thematic concept for the conference.
As therapists, clinicians and researchers witnessing all the social changes of the last century and of the beginning of the new millennium, what is now the core of our work, which are the borders of change in psychotherapy?
2019 EFTA Conference

Introduction to Time-Limited Psychodynamic Psychotherapy with Adults and Young People: An Interactive Approach

February 15th, 2019|


Hurstwood Centre 16A Toorak Road South Yarra

WHO SHOULD ATTEND This workshop is designed to be of practical value to psychotherapists, psychologists, psychiatrists and family mental health practitioners. LEARNING OUTCOMES •  Understanding the assessment process – from hypothesis to formulation. •  Creating change within a time-limited format. •  Developing therapeutic communication – the primacy of the therapeutic encounter. •  Applying core principles of the time-limited psychodynamic approach in a practical way to clinical work. •  Managing beginnings, endings and returns.