3 DAY WORKSHOP POSTPONED
DUE TO CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK, THIS WORKSHOP WILL NOT BE GOING AHEAD AS SCHEDULED. WE WILL POST UPDATES IF AND WHEN THIS WORKSHOP IS ABLE TO BE RESCHEDULED IN THE FUTURE.
Speaker: Jessica Heller-Bhatt, Registered Psychologist
Jessica Heller-Bhatt, Registered Psychologist and student of Clinical Psychology, has trained in the Dynamic Maturational Model of Attachment and Adaptation (DMM) with Dr Patricia Crittenden. She continues to be involved in ongoing training of the DMM's developmental assessments of attachment across various age groups.
In addition to her advanced qualifications in trauma-specific interventions (EMDR, Schema Therapy) and her experience with individuals and families struggling with substance dependence, as a Child Protection Psychologist, Jessica now specialises in assesssments of dyads and parents, who endanger their children. She advocates for a relational, theoretically grounded and evidence-based understanding of client dysfunction as essential to enhanced assessment accuracy and effective, lasting therapeutic interventions.
Attachment-Based Case Formulation and Intervention covers essential theoretical concepts of Attachment Theory and Practice and facilitates skills and understanding of the following areas:
What attachment behaviours are people able to use and how are they associated with certain ways of thinking and expressing oneself in interactions with others?
How do I recognise attachment behaviour in myself and others?
How can I best use this knowledge to engage with clients in the most effective and relationship-building way to facilitate positive change?
The content is aimed at helping professionals (psychologists, social workers, allied health professionals, teachers) to form a deeper and more accurate understanding of their clients by looking at the function of behaviour. Aspects of discourse analysis and an attachment-based interviewing framework add to the rich learning experience of this introductory 3-day training.
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