Registration is now open for ANZACBT Annual Workshop & Conference 17th and 18th October 2019 Novotel Hotel, 52 Cathedral Square, Christchurch NZ This year we are delighted to announce that Tracey Wade, Matthew Flinders Distinguished Professor of Psychology, from Flinders University, South Australia will be running a one-day workshop on the 17th of October 2019. Workshop: Ten-session cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT-T) for non-underweight eating disorders: key principles and techniques. The conference day on the 18th of October promotes the clinical application and practice of CBT. It includes a keynote address from Tracey Wade: Tackling key areas of perfectionism across prevention and treatment. We are also pleased to announce presentations from: Chris Skellett: Workshop: When Trust Goes Missing Ngaronga Ormsby: CBT Adaptation-Māori Style, “Speaking into the Empty Space, a Therapeutic Neutrality” Anna Elders: Workshop: Better Mental Health, One Click at a Time; New CBT E therapy tool within NZ Jenny Jordan: PTSD (Title to be announced)
This one day workshop is tailored for any staff that work individually with clients in the community. It will guide staff in ensuring safe and effective support is provided with clients.
This one-day tailored and interactive workshop will provide you with the knowledge and understanding to ensure you are managing your role within the boundaries of this legislation in order to protect the rights of those individuals affected.
This course introduces the person-centred review, which is designed to support people to remain at the centre of all decisions about their care and support.
We believe that completing this workshop will either begin or add to your understanding of what being person-centred means. What is more, the person-centred thinking tools will give you some practical ways to help people take control of their lives and support.
A New Way to Create Person-centred Change in Your Organisation How can you ‘do more with less’ and stretch your training budget so that it makes the biggest impact on people’s lives? As well as our training courses, we have developed a range of online options to support colleagues using flexible, innovative and affordable e - learning solutions.