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This eWorkshop is for anybody who may be affected by the distress of those that they may be assisting. The eWorkshop will provide the participants with simple, practical strategies for preparing to work in difficult environments and coping as well as possible when in a difficult work environment. The eWorkshop will cover: • Vicarious Trauma and Its Impact • Preparing to Work in a Difficult Environment • …Find out more »
Gaslighting at times can be misused to identify relationship problems. So it is important to know what is and what is not gaslighting. Attendees of the workshop will be better equipped to identify what is gaslighting behaviour. This can impact on any relationship such as marriages and workplaces which can be destructive. This workshop is ideal If you support staff or clients that are being gaslit in their relationships. As the knowledge of gaslighting is increasing in the general public…Find out more »
Perfectionism in Children and Adolescents-Understanding It and Steps Towards Managing It eWorkshop 14-Mar-2024
Perfectionism in children and young people is common and can have substantial negative effects on the child or young person. This 3-hour eWorkshop will help professionals working with children, young people, and their families recognise when perfectionism may be a problem for a child or young person as well as set out simple, practical strategies for supporting children and young people who may be troubled by perfectionism. The training will cover: Different types of perfectionism The impact of perfectionism on…Find out more »
Burnout affects thousands of people in helping professions across the world. People suffering from burnout may feel exhausted much of the time, may have lost empathy for the people they are meant to be supporting and their work performance may be substantially impaired. In addition, people suffering from burnout may have difficulty concentrating and may not be thinking clearly. This 3 hour, interactive eWorkshop is designed for people in helping roles. The eWorkshop will help you: Understand the difference between burnout, anxiety and depression Develop…Find out more »
National Sorry Day National Sorry Day is an Australia-wide observance held on May 26 each year. This day gives people the chance to come together and share the steps towards healing for the Stolen Generations, their families and communities. Stolen generations refer to Indigenous Australians who were forcibly removed from their families and communities.Find out more »
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