Within the ICP we have many skilled and experienced members who from time to time run training events and CPD.
Listed below are upcoming CPD events being run by our members.
5-6 November 2021
Press pause on your role as helper and carer, and spend some time focusing on you and your needs. This retreat will use the principles of both Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Schema Therapy to:
· Create a space where you can rest, rejuvenate, and rediscover parts of yourself that are forgotten amidst the busyness of life
· Sit on the other side of the therapy exchange as you practice experiential strategies to foster self-care
· Reorient your clinical practice to better align with your values
· Non-judgementally attune to contextual factors that impede your capacity to practice self-care
· Pay attention to your schemas and the impact they have on your self-care and clinical practice
· Tune in to your Vulnerable Child Mode and allow your Happy Child to play!
· Build on your Healthy Adult Mode to assist in taking good care of yourself, independent of how busy or stressed you are
After the retreat it is intended that you will return to your usual life with:
· A sense of calm and renewed energy
· Connection to your values and a sense of purpose for the future
· An appreciation for the many ways we can use experiential strategies to create meaningful change
· A psychologically flexible plan on how to take good care of yourself in general and in your clinical work
· An understanding of how ACT and Schema Therapy are applied to self-care.
28 August 2021, 9:30am-11:30am
In presenting to the Perth SFBT interest group, Andrew will begin with a quick overview of his 30-year journey with solution focused brief therapy. After this, Andrew will introduce the Signs of Safety approach through case examples, looking at the assessment and planning framework and a range of Signs of Safety child engagement and safety planning tools. Before Andrew introduces the Signs of Safety, he will ask group members what they would most like to get out of a presentation of the approach and will orient this Signs of Safety presentation focused on these goals. Andrew will leave plenty of time for discussion throughout and at the end.
Andrew Turnell (PhD) is Social Work Professor of Practice at the University of Cumbria, principal co-creator of the Signs of Safety, and founding CEO of Elia International, the home of the Signs of Safety. Andrew is well known internationally for his ground breaking work in applying solution-focused and systemic practice and thinking to statutory child protection practice and organisation. Andrew has published extensively on the Signs of Safety and on using solution focused practice with complex cases of torture, abuse and violence. From 1989 and into the 1990s Andrew learnt from, worked and presented with the founders of solution-focused brief therapy Steve deShazer, Insoo Kim Berg and Eve Lipchik and published with Eve Lipchik and Larry Hopwood (Director of SFBT training at BFTC Milwaukee from 1987 to 1993). Andrew sustains close working relationships with many of the leaders of the international solution focused community.
Andrew’s work takes him around the world with his primary focus currently on Signs of Safety whole system implementations in Ireland and the Northern Territory. Alongside working with child protection practitioners and organisations, Andrew has established partnerships with IT developers to create case management software that assists practitioners to do their direct work with families. Andrew is also partner with Professor Eileen Munro and Terry Murphy in Munro, Turnell and Murphy Consulting, which works with governments and child protection agencies to align child protection organisation with the delivery of collaborative safety organised practice. More information at www.signsofsafety.net and www.munroturnellmurphy.com
Steve Runciman’s office, 2nd floor Northcourt Bldg,
Cnr Burroughs Rd and Davenport St, Karrinyup.
There is no charge.
COMPLEX TRAUMA and THE LAW
COTWA’s November Two Day Symposium
Presentations from the Legal Profession: Prosecution and Defence and Individuals with lived experience
November 19 & 20, 2021
Details to follow.
Registration: Open September 13th – Close November 11th
Please register your interest: firstname.lastname@example.org
APPLIED CLINICAL HYPNOSIS
Hypnosis moves beyond mindfulness as an active therapeutic intervention. It is one of the most researched of all psychotherapeutic interventions.
Applied Unit: 8-11 November 2021 (Monday-Thursday)
Advanced Unit: 2-5 February 2022 (Wednesday-Saturday)
Supervision Unit: 11-12 March 2022 (Friday-Saturday)
Registration to: Adjunct Prof. George Burns
PO Box 7138
Safety Bay, WA, 6169
Please put ‘Hypnosis’ in the email subject
REGISTRATION FORM – Due before 1 October 2021