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Consultation with an experienced mediator
Thursdays 8.00am – 12.00pm / 4.00pm – 8.00pm
Level 1, 105 Swan St Richmond
For the past 15 years, Clive Meltzer (BA DipEd MConfRes) has mediated parenting and property matters at Relationships Australia, amassing more than 7,500 hours of face-to-face time with clients. During this time, Clive has also supervised numerous interns, individual practitioners and whole teams. This experience underpins consultations and supervision commencing in May 2018.
Whether you mediate between family members or neighbours, across sectors, between professionals or within organisations, you can benefit from debriefing and reflecting on the challenges and impact of the work.
Call Clive on 0401484633 for further information or an appointment.
Sandplay and Sandtray
20th June – 22nd June 2018
This three day workshop will cover aspects of Jungian theory on which sandplay is based. It will look at the value of symbols and archetypes. The first two days will be focused on free undirected sandplay work. The third day will introduce some methods for direction and family work. During the three days there will be demonstrations and time to experience sandplay both as facilitator and client.
Venue: MacKwood Life, 8 Dutton St, Dutton Park. Brisbane
Presenter: Kathleen Mooney
Cost: $400 (discounts can be negotiated.)
Time: 9.30 am– 3.30 pm; Morning Tea and Lunch will be provided as well as extensive notes.
Held at The Kildara Centre,
Rear 39 Stanhope Street, Malvern, Victoria.
Cost of each workshop: $420; $375 Early Bird discount for payment by Friday April 27, 2018
Both workshops limited to 25 participants.
USING ‘RESISTANCE’ TO GENERATE CREATIVE SOLUTIONS IN THERAPEUTIC CONTEXTS.
Monday 28th and Tuesday 29th May, 9.30 to 4.30.
This workshop will provide participants with the opportunity to reflect on the distinct pressures people are subjected to as they attempt to facilitate areas of tension experienced by one or all relationship participants.
We can all remember times where we have reacted strongly and have either expressed this directly or we have held onto the response. Both of these responses can have a detrimental effect on individuals and on the relationship, including team relationships. Attending this workshop will assist you avoid the reactivity trap while providing you with an opportunity to use the reactions you have to strengthen and protect yourself and others.
TRANSFORMING SUFFERING: Understanding the origins of shame, blame and guilt
Thursday 31st May and Friday 1st June, 9.30 to 4.30.
This 2-day workshop is for practitioners working with people who have experienced traumatic events.
In this workshop Johnella will discuss, demonstrate and invite you to participate in a relational narrative orientation founded on 5 principles.
More info: https://www.johnellabird.nz/transforming-sufferinmg.html
Bookings can be made at https://www.trybooking.com/UHLP