Recorded Digital Seminars

The Professional Development People
 

Recorded Digital Seminars

Our continuing professional development events meet the quality standard recognised by many relevant professional associations including psychology, counselling, psychotherapy, social work, occupational therapy, mental health nursing, community work and more.

PACFA MEMBER DISCOUNT * PACFA members can avail a discount of 20% off the registration fees for all live events and digital seminars on our website by applying the code ‘PDP20PACFA’ at the checkout.

These recorded seminars count between 2 to 10 hours of category B.

CPD Hours: These events count as 2 hours of category B CPD for PACFA’s membership renewal requirements.

GRIEVING LOSS MINDFULLY & WITH SELF-COMPASSION WHEN THE WORLD AS WE KNOW IT HAS CHANGED - Supporting our clients with mindful approaches to loss and grief
Presented by Beate Steller
Date Recorded: 23 April 2020

PRACTICAL MINDFULNESS SKILLS TO SUPPORT CLIENT SELF-CARE - Mindful skills and approaches to the unprecedented challenges of this time
Presented by Beate Steller
Date Recorded: 14 May 2020

POSITIVE CBT: FOCUSING ON WHAT IS WORKING RATHER THAN WHAT IS NOT - New dimensions in CBT that identify and use client strengths and resources
Presented by Renata Porzig-Drummond PhD
Date Recorded: 28 May 2020

BUILDING RESILIENCE SKILLS AND AWARENESS IN OUR CLIENTS - Step-by-step processes and twelve key tools for in-session use and client homework
Presented by Renata Porzig-Drummond PhD
Date Recorded: 28 May 2020

TREATING PSYCHO-PHYSIOLOGICAL DIZZINESS: A CBT APPROACH - Recognising PPPD and applying an evidence based treatment approach
Presented by Sarah Edelman PhD
Date Recorded: 2 June 2020

POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY APPROACH FOR WORKING WITH OLDER ADULTS - Evidence-based techniques for health professionals to assist in decreasing depressive symptoms and increase well-being in older patients
Presented by Renata Porzig-Drummond PhD
Date Recorded: 10 June 2020

PAVING A WAY TO FORGIVENESS: evidence -based tools and skills to encourage forgiveness and help clients free themselves from anger and resentment
Presented by Renata Porzig-Drummond PhD
Date Recorded: 31 July 2020

 

CPD Hours: These events count as 6 hours of category B CPD for PACFA’s membership renewal requirements.

DOMESTIC AND FAMILY VIOLENCE, ATTACHMENT AND COMPLEXITY - Practice-focused concepts and tools to address risk, perpetration and prevention
Presented by Kevin Keith
Date Recorded: 26 March 2020

CONTINUING BONDS: BUILDING ENDURING CONNECTIONS IN LOSS AND GRIEF - Applying ‘Continuing Bonds Theory’ to promote compassionate and healthy grief
Presented by Beate Steller
Date Recorded: 27 March 2020

ART THERAPY AS NON-VERBAL, VISUAL PROCESSING IN CLIENT WORK - Facilitating deeper client work/expression using Art as an accessible intervention
Presented by Annette Coulter
Date Recorded: 28 March 2020

SUPPORTING CLIENTS IN LIFE TRANSITIONS: REFOCUS THE INNER COMPASS - Practical perspectives and strategies to facilitate stability through life changes
Presented by Beate Steller
Date Recorded: 30 Apr, 2020

ACCEPTANCE & COMMITMENT THERAPY (ACT): CBT THAT GOES DEEPER - Applying evidence-based cognitive behavioural therapy in empowering ways!
Presented by Renata Porzig-Drummond PhD
Date Recorded:
7 May 2020

BRIEF PSYCHODYNAMIC THERAPY AS AN INTEGRATED CLINICAL APPROACH - Integrating time-limited dynamic psychotherapy into existing clinical practice
Presented by Ari Badaines PhD
Date Recorded: 8 May 2020

ATTACHMENT ACROSS THE LIFESPAN: SUPPORTING RELATIONAL SECURITY - Practice-focused interventions and approaches for specific developmental periods
Presented by Kevin Keith
Date Recorded: 20 May 2020

WORKING WITH DISORGANISED ATTACHMENT IN ADOLESCENTS & ADULTS - Skills and knowledge for providing therapeutic security to enhance client wellbeing
Presented by Kevin Keith
Date Recorded: 21 May 2020

NARRATIVE THERAPY - RE-AUTHORING THE STORIES THAT SHAPE REALITIES - A full day workshop of core concepts and key skills to enrich your clinical repertoire
Presented by Adrian Van den Bok
Date Recorded: 29 May 2020

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE & MINDFULNESS: SUPPORTING CLIENT GROWTH & AWARENESS - Self-awareness, social awareness and interpersonal skills as client resources
Presented by Renata Porzig-Drummond PhD
Date Recorded: 30 May 2020

SCHEMA THERAPY TRAINING: ACTIVE INTERVENTIONS FOR CHANGE - An introduction to Schema Therapy for integration to existing clinical practice
Presented by Bruce A Stevens
Date Recorded: 19 June 2020

SOLUTION FOCUSED BRIEF THERAPY (SFBT) IN AN INTEGRATED PRACTICE - Introductory training with basic theory and skills training for clinical use
Presented by Ari Badaines
Date Recorded: 24 June 2020

CHAIR-WORK AND OTHER ACTION METHODS AS THERAPY INTERVENTIONS - Skills training in practical applications for use within any therapeutic approach
Presented by Ari Badaines PhD
Date Recorded: 26 June 2020

EVIDENCE BASED RELAXATION THERAPY AND PSYCHONEUROIMMUNOLOGY - Evidence-based, non-invasive, easy to implement techniques for teaching to clients
Presented by Judy Lovas PhD
Date Recorded: 27 June 2020

SUBSTANCE USE AND MENTAL HEALTH CONDITIONS: CO-OCCURRING - Strategies for supporting people with co-occurring AOD and mental health issues
Presented by Alison Bell
Date Recorded: 30 June 2020

APPLIED POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY: A STRENGTHS-BASED APPROACH - Key concepts and practical skills training for use in clinical practice
Presented by Renata Porzig-Drummond PhD
Date Recorded: 23 July 2020

OPEN DIALOGUE: An Innovative and Inclusive Way to Emphasise Humanity - Understanding and working with people in personal, family and social contexts
Presented by Renata Porzig-Drummond PhD
Date Recorded: 05 August 2020

GESTALT THERAPY: Learn the skills and how to apply them as integrated interventions for existing practice
Presented by Ari Badaines
Date Recorded: 12 August 2020

RECOGNISING PERSONALITY DISORDERS AND MANAGING DIFFICULT BEHAVIOURS - Reviewing the ten personality disorders and their associated challenging behaviours with a focus upon Borderline and Narcissistic disorders
Presented by Renata Porzig-Drummond PhD
Date Recorded:
20 August 2020

DID I MISS SOMETHING? PERCEIVING SECRET SUICIDAL THOUGHTS - Exploring the subtleties of suffering clients who are secretly considering suicide
Presented by Beate Steller
Date Recorded: 22 August 2020

CORE SKILLS FOR WORKING WITH COUPLES - A practical day of active training in essential skills, interventions and knowledge
Presented by Ari Badaines PhD
Date Recorded: 26 August 2020

 

CPD Hours: This event counts as 10 hours of category B CPD for PACFA’s membership renewal requirements.

DIALECTIC BEHAVIOUR THERAPY (DBT) FOR BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER - Two active days developing a DBT stance and skill-kit for use in clinical work
Presented by John Butters
Date Recorded: 6 August 2020

 


When
10/6/2020 - 10/6/2021
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