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No Bull Therapy (NBT) - Bendigo
What you will learn
NBT is ideal for clients who:
- Do not like therapy or the idea of therapy (even if they have never had it)
- Have had traumatic experiences but do not trust ‘do-gooders’ to help them
- Have had previous unsatisfactory treatment, counselling or therapy
- Are difficult to engage in the process of therapy
- Do not see themselves as a client
This workshop equips participants with an understanding of the philosophy and principles that guide NBT, and presents ideas about developing authentic relationships with clients. Participants are invited to reflect on, and challenge, their own therapeutic practices, and to experience and practice NBT skills in a supportive environment.
On completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:
- Describe the philosophy and principles that guide NBT
- Identify and apply strategies for developing authentic relationships with clients
- Apply a range of skills consistent with NBT to their work with clients
Dr Jeff Young – Director of The Bouverie Centre
Jeff is a clinical psychologist and family therapist and has worked, published and presented in the area of Mental Health for over 28 years. Jeff has an interest in responsive and contextually compassionate health services. He has contributed to the development of Single Session Therapy and reflecting teams, understanding blame and conceptualising change in chronic conditions.
Jeff developed No Bull Therapy which combines honesty and directness with warmth and care. He is married with two children who keep him from taking his family therapy theories too seriously.
Who should attend?
Professionals who, at times, struggle to engage clients in effective work.
Date / Time
Thursday, 12 December 2019, 9.30 am – 4.30 pm
Anglicare Victoria - Bendigo
10 Mundy Street, Bendigo, Victoria 3051
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