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Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety (ANROWS) will explore how policymakers, practice designers and practitioners are using evidence to understand, respond to and prevent violence against women and their children. ANROWS welcomes you to attend Australia’s National Research Conference on Violence against Women and their Children. Spread over five days, the ANROWS National Research Conference on Violence against Women and their Children, “Evidence in Action”, will offer insights from women with lived expertise, researchers, policymakers, practice designers and practitioners…Find out more »
No Scaredy Cats is a child development course that aims to support you and your child through the ups and downs of life. It is what we call a ‘parent-led’ approach, meaning that you take on the role of the coach in your child’s life, and are able to guide them through emotionally distressing episodes. Designed & developed by psychologist, author and teacher Michael Hawton, it equips you with a practical and easy set of tools, and a solid understanding of…Find out more »
1-2-3 Magic® & Emotion Coaching is a one-day professional learning course to equips you with the skills to manage children’s difficult behaviour. 1-2-3 Magic® & Emotion Coaching is based on two underlying perspectives on parenting: first, that children can be taught to respond more flexibly when they are frustrated or upset and second, that parents and carers can be taught easy-to-use skills they can use at particular parenting moments.The professional training includes role-play, group discussion, worksheets and videos. Courses available…Find out more »
This renowned Specialist Course in Couple Therapy is now in its 31st year. It is open to counsellors and psychologists wanting to develop rigorous knowledge and specialist skills in working with couples. The course uses an integrative therapeutic approach, which is strongly grounded in evidence-based models and contemporary practice. It equips participants to respond flexibly to couples’ particular needs, world views and situations. Recognising the limitations inherent in a single theoretical model, the course provides participants with training in a…Find out more »
Learn strategies to diffuse difficult situations, manage intense emotions, and move towards positive solutions. Everyone gets frustrated or angry on occasion, particularly when they are under pressure. Most people deal with their anger and frustrations in ways that are socially acceptable and appropriate. Other people however, may deal with their anger and other strong emotions in unhelpful ways that do not lead to a resolution. They may even make the situation worse. In this workshop, we will discuss and practice…Find out more »
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