Standing up to Stigma: LGBTQI discrimination in therapy, in the profession and in the wider communityPresented by Ross Jacobs, who will be joined by a panel made up of Trish Thompson, Kieran O'Laughlan and Candy Jacques11:00 AM - 1:30 PM
You don’t know if your client identifies as LGBTIQ until you know. Increase your knowing and be able to Stand up to the Stigma that is their lived experience. This webinar will provide important information and ideas which support and enhance the essential foundation of unconditional positive regard that we value as counselling professionals.
This webinar will be interactive and experiential, where participants have the opportunity to develop a richer understanding and increased awareness of the issues, discriminations and particular skills required when working effectively with clients who identify with the LGBTIQ community.
2:00pm—4:30pm (NSW, ACT, VIC, TAS)
1:30pm— 4:00pm (SA)
1:00pm - 3:30pm (QLD)
12:30pm - 2:00pm (NT)
Venue: Online Interactive Webinar (https://portal.pacfa.org.au/
college-of-counselling-pd-) event-24-march-2018.htmlPACFA Members $30 (incl. GST) Student Members $20 (incl. GST) Non-Members $40 (incl. GST)Up to 40 pax.
Cultivation of Self-care & Mindful Self-compassion. A Science-Based Mindfulness Approach for Well-BeingMr Su Keng, Gan Peter - Psychotherapist/Clinical Counsellor2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
To generate self-awareness of automatic thoughts and emotional reactivity that dictate one’s behaviour to external events. To understand and experience the benefits of cultivating mindful self-compassion for self-care & mental well-being.
Venue: APAC(S) office – Block 124, Hougang Avenue 1. #01-1450, Singapore 530124
Kindly confirm your attendance via email to email@example.com by 18 April 2018.
Certificate of Attendance will be awarded 4 CEU points at the end of the workshop.
Cash/Cheque payment will only be collected on the day of the workshop.S$30.00 for members of APAC(S) and ABMPP and students/S$50.00 for non-membersUp to 15 pax.