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Trauma Bonds


2 Day Workshop

Presenter: John Falcon

This workshop explores the neuroscience of attachment and attachment styles that set up individuals vulnerable to destructive relationships. Victims become silent sufferers who believe that their lives are destined to repeat past events. We will explore triggers that set off a cascade of emotional responses and heal those responses with emotional regulation. We will investigate the source of the trauma bond and break the cycle of destructive relationships and discovery of how to recover and heal.

About the Presenter:

John Falcon is a registered psychologist, a clinical supervisor, and an educator who is committed to providing clients, supervisees and learners with the requisite knowledge, skills and support to not only enhance their own lives and career aspirations but to also consciously apply that learning in practice. John has specialised throughout his career as a counselling psychologist in addictions therapy which has led to a variety of short and long-term positions in Australian and American therapeutic clinics. John has also maintained his career as an educator and student support officer over the past twenty years. John has also contributed to the currency and scholarship of the subjects he teaches and actively participates in course and assessment review and development processes. He is an experienced and informed facilitator of learning, he is acutely aware of an individual’s strengths and limitations, and he is highly experienced in providing the necessary support and/or advocacy so that the individual can achieve their personal, professional and/or academic objectives.

Learning Outcomes:
Recognise trigger that set off emotional dysregulation.
Understand the link to attachment styles and relationship difficulties.
Learn tools to heal the cycle of destructive relationships.

Lunch, Morning and Afternoon tea included.

This event counts as 12 hours of category A CPD for PACFA’s membership renewal requirements

For full details regarding the event please go to the website.


Date
01/08/2019 - 02/08/2019
Time
10:00 am - 5:00 pm

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