RUTH SCHMIDT NEVEN PHD PRESENTS
A MODERN TIME-LIMITED PSYCHODYNAMIC APPROACH
This innovative two-day training provides an intensive introduction to psychotherapeutic work with children, young people and their parents that utilises a modern psychodynamic approach.
The approach focuses on:
- Time-limited therapy and counselling.
- Working within a meaning-making framework that demonstrates how children and young people ‘speak’ their families through their behaviour.
- A therapeutic process that gives children, parents and young people the practical and emotional tools to problem solve future challenges.
- Engages with the capacity for health and growth not solely pathology.
Thursday 15th and Friday 16th March 2018
University of Melbourne (Hawthorn Campus)
442 Auburn Road Hawthorn 3122
An essential course for all professionals who work with children and families in any setting.
Ruth is the author of five books the most recent being, Time-limited psychodynamic psychotherapy with children and adolescents: An interactive approach’ published by Routledge.