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As the knowledge of 'gaslighting' is increasing in the general public it is important to know how to identify what exactly gaslighting is. It is also important to know when someone is exposed to gaslighting, as this area is important for clients to understand that it is not about their behaviour but about the behaviour of the one gaslighting them. Gaslighting at times is misused to identify relationships problems so it is important to know what is and is not…Find out more »
Have you ever been working with young people and you want everyone to get together and do something with each other… only to find that the most at need suddenly vanish from the room? Or they seem to want to sabotage everything? What is going on with that? This eWorkshop is aimed at developing the skills of participants who are creating programs, groups and projects for vulnerable young people. At the end of the workshop participants will: Gain knowledge, insight…Find out more »
Join thought-leaders, researchers, policy makers, practitioners and change-makers for three days of insights, inquiry and thought-provoking discussion about putting families at the centre. Families are evolving all the time: making choices about how they live and organise their lives within the social and economic conditions affecting them. But how well do our governments, the economy and service systems put families at the centre of their decision making? And do they listen to the aspirations of families and make space for…Find out more »
Effective Group Leadership is a in-person 2-day workshop which develops the necessary skills for group leaders to facilitate creative group work. The training covers the principles of using creative group work techniques and tools. The focus includes changing group dynamics, increased understanding of motivational group work models for change and the use of practical creative exercises. All participants receive a Group Leadership Skills Report on their strengths and areas for development plus a copy of Continual Change Groupwork: Being an…Find out more »
Full-day interactive webinar for child and family specialists working with families and children. Learn simple skills to reduce anxiety and build resilience in children aged 2-12 years old. Certification is available to become a parent educator. The No Scaredy Cats™ workshop is based on three underlying perspectives: first, by having an understanding of how anxiety develops parents can counter its progress, second, parents can take a preventative role in the development of anxiety problems, third, there are practical steps parents…Find out more »
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