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Loss and Grief Work with Adults (Assessment Only)

Please note: This course is only available via credit card payment at the time of registration. This course does not contain learning activities. Only register for this course if you have completed the Loss ad Grief Work face to face workshop or self paced guide. [More]
Assessments are made against units of competency from the Diploma of Community Services CHC52015.
$150 Limited GST free
Loss and Grief Work with Adults (Assessment Only)

<p>Please note: This course is only available via credit card payment at the time of registration.</p><p>This course does not contain learning activities. Only register for this course if you have

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Self paced

2020-07-05 2020-07-05
Self paced assessment

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Gambling Harm Minimisation

Are you working with clients who are experiencing negative impacts from gambling? The Office of Responsible Gambling and ACWA are piloting a 2 hour online workshop on Gambling Harm Minimisation, which will provide you with strategies for working with these clients. The workshop is targeted at social workers, counsellors and other community sector workers Learning Outcomes The participant will learn about: • The signs of problem gambling in an individual • Related co-morbid... [More]
Gambling Harm Minimisation

<p>Are you working with clients who are experiencing negative impacts from gambling?</p><p>The Office of Responsible Gambling and ACWA are piloting a 2 hour online workshop on Gambling Harm

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Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is an evidenced-based form of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. Unlike other models of psychotherapy, ACT does not target symptom reduction, but aims to maximise a person’s potential to create a meaningful and full life by using processes such as mindfulness, acceptance and value-driven action. At this workshop you will learn: The six core principles of ACT and how to use them clinically Case conceptualisation skills from an ACT perspective Tools... [More]
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Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

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Introduction to Narrative Therapy

This workshop will be an engaging, accessible, fun and thoughtful introduction to the philosophies and the practices of narrative therapy, including some of the latest developments. You will experience a combination of lectures, therapeutic work videos, transcripts, songs, written documents, practical exercises that you will be able to use immediately in your work. You will find this workshop relevant if you are working with people, groups or communities experiencing suffering. It... [More]
$540 Limited GST free
Introduction to Narrative Therapy

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Advanced Applications in Narrative Therapy #1: Externalising Problems and Developing Preferred Identities

‘The person is not the problem, the problem is the problem’ is one of the central tenets of narrative theory and is most vividly expressed through ‘externalising practices’. This non‐pathologising, non‐blaming/shaming approach reflects social constructionist principles ‐ that is that our thoughts, feelings and actions are informed by culture and discourse. This significantly challenges taken for granted ideas about self and identity. Designed for those who already have some... [More]

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Mindful Approaches in the Work with Children and Young People who have been Abused

This course will introduce participants to the paradigm of mindfulness as studied from Eastern and Western cultural and spiritual practices such as Celtic mysticism, Christian contemplative, and Buddhism. The process of this exploration is to approach each idea with openness rather than factual certainty and allow the participants to be inquisitive about mindfulness' place in the trauma field. In this course participants will be introduced to the four essential elements: body and... [More]

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Acts of Resistance, Acts of Reclaiming: Using Narrative Therapy when Working with People who have been Subjected to Sexual Assault

Hearing stories of sexual assault can be challenging, particularly when this is regularly part of the work. Workers may get weighed down by the stories, and may hold worries about re­traumatising clients during the counselling, health check or court preparation process. While primarily focusing on counselling, this workshop will support workers in a variety of fields when responding to the impact of sexual assault. It draws on the theory and practices of Narrative Therapy to... [More]

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Attachment Based Therapy with Children and Adolescents

Attachment based therapy for children and adolescents focuses on an in-depth understanding of attachment theory, why it is effective and how it has become the center of family therapy. With the increase in working hours and screen based stimulation, we have also seen a rise in young people being medicalised and medicated. This course aims to repeal the shift toward young people being prematurely labeled, and first take another look at family based interventions, with proven... [More]

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Working with Adult Survivors of Childhood Trauma

Childhood trauma is often the underlying issue for people who present with a range of physical and mental health conditions including substance abuse, eating disorders, self-harming behaviour and dissociation. The complex adaptations which enable survival in childhood become the problems that interfere with quality of life in adulthood. Clinicians who may be unaware of these adaptations may really struggle to understand these behaviours. The survivor of childhood trauma... [More]

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Loss and Grief Work with Adults

“Grief has no rules, mourn your own way” was the theme of Grief Week in 2013. What does this mean and how do we support people who are grieving when our understanding of loss and grief has changed much over the last 30 years? This workshop will provide you with a general understanding and skills involved in supporting people through loss, grief and bereavement. Multiple types of losses will be discussed such as the physical, social, psychological, spiritual and community losses.... [More]

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