Melbourne Integrative Psychotherapy & Counselling
Clinical Supervision & Training
Advanced Clinical Training - Embodied Psychotherapy
Practitioners will be introduced to embodied theories and concepts which includes body movement psychotherapy model in working with clients. It will draw from neurobiological research, somatic trauma therapies and restorative frameworks to understand the effects of trauma on the body, psyche and general functioning. Practitioners will further develop an understanding of attending to the client from a therapeutic stance of an embodied presence, body-oriented psychotherapy approaches and interventions to deepen the therapeutic work.
Allied health, community and mental health practitioners need to effectively navigate the complex government and non-government systems, funding resources and programs to meet the complex needs of individuals and families in a rapidly changing society. Often practitioners are exposed to challenging situations that may seem beyond their capacity given the complexities and demands of the service system, they may experience vicarious trauma or compassion fatigue as a result of these competing demands.
Supervision facilitates insight, broaden perspectives, builds capacity and empowers practitioners.
Attachment & Trauma
Grief, Breavement & Loss
Embodiment of Trauma
Working with Complex Trauma & Suicidality
Self Compassion Practice and Resiliency
Specific interests or topics can be delivered to meet the identified needs of agency staff or an organisation's workforce development.
Australian Counselling Association | College of Clinical Supervisors
Enquiries & Registrations
M: 0426 499 949
NB:Schedule of Fees, Training Dates & Payment Options available upon request.