Neuropsychotherapy: Effective Strategies for Everyday Use
This is a face-to-face event
4 September 1:00pm-4:30pm (ACST)
This workshop will present participants with two neuropsychotherapy tools easily transferable into client work. These tools allow clients to gain insight and clarity into the situations they are concerned about and with regular use, guide both the therapist and the client out of the storm and into calmer waters.
Tea, coffee and snacks will be provided.
Heather is a Clinical Counsellor, Social Worker and accredited PACFA Supervisor currently based in Adelaide, South Australia. She has gained extensive experience since commencing full-time counselling practice in 2002 and enjoys working as a person-centred therapist assisting people to find peace in the midst of life’s challenges.
She has a particular interest in Neuropsychotherapy and assisting both counsellors and clients to use the practical application of this field of study to gain effective strategies for everyday use. In 2017 she completed the Certified Clinical Neuropsychotherapy Practitioner Training with the late Professor Pieter Rossouw. The professional body for this work is now under the International Association of Applied Neuroscience (IAAN). Heather also does regular PD updates on neuroscience and has been influenced by the work of Jennifer Sweeton (a clinical psychologist specializing in the treatment of trauma and PTSD).
For PACFA Registrants, the course counts as 3.5 hours of Category A CPD (Continuing Professional Development).
Customers seeking to cancel their registration more than 5 working days (for courses) and 48 hours (for webinars) prior to the event date may request a credit to be applied to their account. Cancellations must be made in writing to [email protected]. Cancellations made with less notice than this are non-refundable or exchangeable. Credits will be accessible through the PACFA Portal and are valid for up to a year from the purchase date. This policy is at the discretion of PACFA and may change. Queries should be directed to [email protected].