Hello and a very warm welcome to you from the Resource Therapy Institute, Philipa and Chris here. We are committed to bringing Resource Therapy training, counseling and consultation to you and the world, whether you are the dedicated therapist in the helping profession or seeking professional personal help.
For the Health Professional
Resource Therapy is brief parts therapy designed to treat most DSM-5 diagnoses – Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, Complex PTSD, OCD, Eating Disorders, Addictions, Attachment Disorders, Panic Disorder, Phobias and Personality issues. It also effectively addresses Chronic Fatigue, Pain Management, Somatic Conditions, Relationship Issues, Performance and Creative Blocks, Sports Psychology, Complicated Grief and Loss and much more.
As helping professionals we know it is essential to deliver short-term and effective therapeutic change in today’s contemporary clinical practice world. Our clients also expect their work with therapists and other mental health professionals will bring positive change quickly.
At the Resource Therapy Institute Australia we offer workshops in learning this powerful therapy. Whether you are a psychologist, social worker, nurse, psychotherapist, counselor or student therapist we want you to find out how Resource Therapy can benefit your clients in finding inner peace and resolving their issues.
Please have a look at the About page for information on Resource Therapy and it’s historical origins. Resource Therapy had its genesis in the widely known ‘Ego State Therapy’ and has a rich pedigree in theory and practice.
Meet Philipa and Chris of the Resource Therapy Institute
Philipa’s motto is to be of service to others, the underpinning of the Institute. Philipa Thornton, BA Psych (Hons), BA Criminology, Grad. Dip Systemic Couples Therapy, EMDR, Assoc MAPS, is a relationship psychologist, clinical supervisor of psychologists and the executive director of the Resource Therapy Institute. Philipa is excited to be offering mental health clinicians training opportunities in Resource therapy. Philipa’s years of experience in psychology are sought after and she has been featured in the Australian Women’s Weekly, Addictions Australia, A Current Affair, The Project, Mental Health Conferences and is regularly interviewed on Radio and other media by journalists on relationship and psychological issues.
Chris Paulin’s expertise as a consultant psychologist and his extensive experience working for the NSW Department of Health as a manager of a family and adolescent team brings a wealth of knowledge to the Resource Therapy Institute as Clinical Director.
The Resource Therapy Institute is the premier provider of training, workshops, education , supervision, research, and consultation groups for Resource Therapy in Australia and worldwide.