There has been an avalanche of new information over the past decade or so about the brain and the mind. This is giving us a new understanding of what it is to be human and how we can best use this in therapy and in social change. This practical and inclusive workshop describes some of the most important breakthroughs over the past decade and help you integrate the knowledge into your own practice or business. Richard Hill examines actual cases and how the new theories such as the Polyvagal Theory, Mirror Neurons and Interpersonal Neurobiology can enhance your personal work and improve your practice – whatever style you prefer. A new technique is shown that utilises the new understanding of how the brain works in creative and problem solving ways. Presented are a number of the modern theories from neuroscience and some practical applications that you can add to your preferred style of therapy. Learn a new technique for creating a breakthrough not only for clients, but for almost any situation.
This presentation, "Responding to the needs of consumers with complex trauma histories a consumer perspective" focuses on the needs of adult survivors of child abuse, highlighting the frequent