Are you a therapist who sees young people? Resource Therapy will help you.
Perhaps you have attended Resource Therapy Training and you are inspired to use your skills working our younger generation, this training is for you.
Or maybe you are a parent, probably a mental health professional and like us all have struggled at times to maintain our best parenting selves?
We have the answer. Join us at the Resource Therapy Institute for our annual Bali retreat where we are running a Specialty 2 day workshop –
Using Resource Therapy with Children and Adolescents 2 days
16/17 July Bali 2020
Presenter Tracy Lynch
This specialty workshop is aimed at anyone who deals with children and teenagers regularly. We are super excited to have Tracy Lynch – parent, counsellor, clinical hypnotherapist and childrens’ book author to present this 2 day workshop in Bali this year.
Gain valuable experience, build your confidence and learn practical skills for your life and your private practice by helping the next generation.
TIP: Please be advised here at the RT Institute we advocate for young people’s safety and well being. All mental health professionals who work with children and adolescents by law must apply for the Working with Children Check in your State please see below for your Australian State link. It’s often an employee requirement for many services.
In private practice it’s highly recommended and usually a requirement from your professional association. It’s pretty straightforward to apply and costs approximately $100 plus or minus and lasts for a period of years.
As the new year begins, I thought it might be nice to reflect on some of the best, most well received articles from the past year.
I have gone through the archives and found articles that gained positive feedback or were particularity powerful and interesting. Hopefully you’ll find a few old favourites here and come across something new to inspire you out there in therapy land.
Wow where has the year gone? We at the Institute would like to wish you a safe, refreshing and joyous festive season. Thank you for all your support, deeply appreciated and we hope to see you soon – Sydney, Bali or Vietnam possibly?
Personally it’s been a year of new togetherness for Chris and I as we bought an apartment and renovated. Boy I had to find a Project Management part.
We are sad for the loss of our dear cat Taneisha, and her dear friends Pepi the Chihuahua and Apollo the German Shepard may they be in the light at peace.
Plus in Australia we are dealing with huge bush fires that are wreaking havoc. Our hearts go out to all those affected.
As a Facebook post said so eloquently ” May the tears you cried in 2019 water the seeds you’re planting for 2020.” A nice reminder out of grief there is often growth.
Here is my early Christmas present from my darling husband Chris – welcome little Yoda out of Shiloh, who’s mum was Cherub, who’s mum was Taneisha. Little kitten blessings he’s resting now on my lap,purring away, having played himself out.
With love and light, Philipa, Chris and Yvette xox