Event Details - THE THERAPEUTIC RELATIONSHIP IS YOUR MOST POWERFUL TOOL (& BIGGEST PITFALL): RELATIONAL STRATEGIES TO EFFECTIVELY TREAT CHALLENGING CLIENTS
|Title:||THE THERAPEUTIC RELATIONSHIP IS YOUR MOST POWERFUL TOOL (& BIGGEST PITFALL): RELATIONAL STRATEGIES TO EFFECTIVELY TREAT CHALLENGING CLIENTS|
|Type of Activity:||Workshops & Seminars|
|Objective of Course / Workshop:||
Participants will learn how to:
1. Navigate and use conflicts in the relationship.
2. Bring safety to the therapeutic relationship early on.
3. Help clients pace the process of opening up.
4. Recognise their own (therapist) feelings in the treatment.
5. Help clients mourn traumatic losses to bring post traumatic growth.
|Course / Workshop Outline:||
Session 1: Opening up about the trauma: A relational process.
Session 2: How to pace the process of opening up.
Session 3: Strategies to bring a sense of safety to the therapeutic relationship.
Session 4: Helping clients mourn traumatic loss.
Session 5: Navigating and using conflict in the therapeutic relationship.
Session 6: Beyond the trauma: Reclaiming identity.
|Course / Workshop content:||
Through the lens of attachment theory, using a relational integrative, Dr Muller follows the ups and downs of the therapy relationship with trauma clients. Recovering from trauma is a complicated process. The pacing of therapy is critical. Here too, the key is in the therapist-client relationship. Dr Muller walks you through the relational approaches that help pace the process of opening uo - so that people find the experience helpful, not harmful.
|Start/End Date:||01/05/2019 to 01/05/2019|
|Time:||00:00:00 - 00:00:00|
|Presenter / Provider:||Robert T. Muller, York University Toronto Canada|
|Contact Name:||CPM Training & Counselling|
|Qualifications:||PhD, C Psych|
Dr Muller trained at Harvard, was on the Faculty at the University of Massachusetts and is currently at York University Toronto. He is a Fellow of the International Soceity for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation for his work on trauma treatment. His psychotherapy bestseller "Trauma and the Avoidant Client" won the 2011 ISSTD award for the year's best work on trauma. Dr Muller has lectured internationally and has been a Keynote Speaker at numerous mental health conferences.
|Address 2:||99 The Boulevard|
|Is there disability parking and entry?||No|
|Are meals included with this event?||Yes|
|If yes, what meals?||Morning / Afternoon Tea & Lunch|
|Cost ($):||$330.00 (incl $30 GST) EARLY BIRD|
|Registration Instruction (if applicable):|