I have just finished training the first 4 days of the 8 day Clinical Resource Therapy. What a blast, we had some amazing sessions with our live therapy demonstrations captured on video ( thank you Julian!) – thanks to those volunteers, you will be helping so many more people with your personal work. Therapists are a helpful bunch. Awesome!
And in the practice people were really applying their new skills. Having both profound insights on their professional practice and experiencing personal growth. So wonderful.
These four days covered the Resource Therapy systems for coaching clients to their best performance – Dissonant States as simple and yet effective procedure to take exams, make presentations and help people live more fully. This day covers diagnosing your clients presenting issues and apply the Resource Therapy Actions according to your clients goals for change.
I love the next day of training where we learn to relieve misunderstandings, grief and loss in relationships – clarification work with States Vaded in Confusion.
We also facilitate addressing anxiety, trauma processing and self worth building with States Vaded in Fear and Rejection. These are wonderfully effective processes for attachment disorder and difficulties. Super effective treatment for PTSD.
The next day we are learning how to address unwanted behavioral issues – gambling, addictions, rage and withdrawals using Retro State negotiation protocol- unique to Resource Therapy.
This final day addressed depression and blockages where we learn to work with States Vaded in Disappointment. Another powerful and super useful approach for treating depression effectively.
I am lucky enough to be on the receiving end of a good deal of therapy training in the past wee while. Of course while it is necessary as a psychologist for continuing professional development points I thoroughly enjoy experiencing new concepts and education.
We were down in Blackwood with Gordon and Anna at their Clinical lending a hand and enjoying catching up with them. Plus the bonus of meeting new Resource Therapists.
My jetlag has finally remitted – boy it takes a toll some of those days, thank goodness for melatonin. In the USA I had the privilege of doing a Behind Closed Doors Seminar with Michele Weiner Davis a real super hero in marital therapy. What a legend she is and I learnt so much.
You know I would go back and do a repeat of the training in a heartbeat.
We do learn by repetition and for me mastering the new skills learnt takes loads of practice, trial and error. To be honest I often feel a bit deskilled after after a workshop, as I try and incorporate my understandings into clinical practice.
That is why we offer Clinical Resource Therapy resits. Basically you return and repeat the training. It’s been super helpful to me to do this. Every time I have picked up more and refined the art of Resource Therapy.
So we extend you the same opportunity. If you have attended one of our Clinical training’s or a fellow trainer we offer the workshop resit at 50% of for the second time around and third time around is free. We simply ask for a small contribution for refreshments.
So if you are wavering, why not come and benefit from a repeat. As you know every day we do a live session, these are unique and cannot be replicated. It is in seeing how the therapy works in the live sessions that really has benefited me the most.
Find out more today by dropping me an email email@example.com or call me 0434559011.
Or have you completed the Foundation training, and want to take the next step talk to me today too.
Love to hear your experience of re-attending training. Drop a comment in the section below. Here is a link with the datesClinical dates are here.
Please join me in a hearty congratulations to the latest group completing their Foundation Training in Resource Therapy in May. It’s a bit late coming from me sorry. Many happenings here, updates to follow soon.
What an honour and a privilege it was to work with this wonderful group of talented, inspired experienced therapists. We had members from interstate – Western Australia, Queensland and near the border of New South Wales. Not to forget Zia who made it across the Sydney Harbour bridge!
It was a pleasure to have Yvette there for the whole weekend as co facilitator. Chris was able to attend the first day which was super.
I always come away both refreshed and renewed from the Foundation. I am sure it benefits my client work as I came back recharged.
Of course our lovely group are pumped and ready to Resource clients. Even in the two day workshop you learn some of the most advanced techniques we have today in treating trauma.
A huge thank you to you all – Rosalie, Judith, Yvette, Moi, Zia, Diane, Heath and Melissa. So appreciated you coming and your wonderful input.
Looking forward to seeing you all the in Clinical September!