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An International 2 day Conference exploring how a person’s story (narrative) and their spiritual, cultural and social beliefs can be used to work through the most difficult situations, so that their can life be theirs again.
- Mia Kurtti – Open Dialogue Team, Finland
- Flick Grey – Consumer Activist & Educator, Australia
- Lewis Mehl-Madrona – Psychologist, Psychiatrist & Native American, USA
- Barbara Mainguy – Creative Therapist, Canada
- Wiremu Nia Nia – Maori Healer, New Zealand
- Allister Bush – Psychiatrist, New Zealand
- Karen Taylor – Director Working to Recovery Australasia, Scotland
- Ron Coleman – Sexual Abuse Survivor, Voice Hearer, Author & Trainer, Scotland
- Aboriginal Speakers – names to be confirmed
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Presented by: Lorraine Hedtke MSW PhD Professor, California State University, San Bernardino USA
Professor Lorraine Hedtke teaches about death, dying and bereavement in North America and internationally. Well-known for her stimulating blend of theoretical rigour and practice-based teaching, this experiential professional development workshop will show how to explore what people find comforting, sustaining, and even invigorating in the presence of grief.
Monday 3 and Tuesday 4 April 2017 – 9.00am to 4.30pm
Who is this training for?
Tertiary qualified professionals in health or social sciences including the fields of counselling, social work, psychology, psychotherapy, nursing, teaching, chaplaincy, funeral services, hospice work and education, psychiatry, general and specialist medical practice and occupational therapy. Other applicants with significant relevant work experience may be considered.
$440 (inc GST) Morning and afternoon refreshments included
The Theatre Room, Technology Park Function Centre, 2 Brodie-Hall Drive, Bentley WA
Further information Ian Percy 0422 498 607 or firstname.lastname@example.org