Boundaries – An experiential workshop for clinicians

Presenter: Marina Suarez

Clients’ struggles with boundaries are all too familiar to those of us working with people with a trauma history. While there’s value in understanding these issues intellectually, exploring and working with boundaries experientially is a very powerful tool.

This workshop will offer an opportunity to learn, experience and practice techniques that you will be able to use with your clients to help them:

• Reconnect with their body and recognise their relational patterns
• Start to develop a sense of their own boundaries
• Regain choice and practice setting boundaries
• Learn to say ‘yes’ and ‘no’ in a way that is honouring of their needs
• Experience a felt sense of differentiation AND connection

Marina Suarez Dip in Somatic Psychotherapy,  Dip in Applied Counselling, Certificate Program in Traumatic Stress Studies through the Trauma Centre at JRI (Boston). Marina has been in private practice since 2010 and is a clinical member of (PACFA). She has been working in helping professions since 1984 in a variety of settings, both overseas and in Australia. Over the years she has worked with children, adolescents, young women at risk of homeless, Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander young people, the LGBTI community, people living with HIV, migrant and refugees as well as the general population. She works from a trauma-informed framework and keeps up to date with research and new developments in this area.

Cost: $ 210 + GST, Early Bird $ 190 + GST (closes 31st July)

To book www.trybooking.com/ Numbers are strictly limited.

A light vegetarian and GF lunch will be provided. Wear comfortable clothes.

This event counts as 4 hours of category A CPD for PACFA’s membership renewal requirements

Webiste www.marinasuarez.com.au/

10:30 am - 3:30 pm

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