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Membership Development Day

Greetings to all fellow members! There is so much more to art therapy than colouring books! An evidence-based discipline adapted to clients of all ages, art psychotherapy can address a wide range of clinical presentations and life challenges. On October 17th, Annelaure Vuillermoz, Phylaine Toh and Alex Koen, all registered ...
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Sleep: Why and How

Feeling irritable? Not present for your kids? Feeling overwhelmed? All of us would have experienced nights when we did not get enough sleep, or have been jet-lagged; we know the ‘fogginess’ and irritability that we suffer the next day as a consequence. Adequate sleep is as fundamental and neccessary to ...
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Loneliness the Silent Ache. Therapy, the Knight in Shining Armour!

Global issues like COVID-19 can make one feel incredibly overwhelmed simply because there is so much uncertainty around it. While we maintain social distancing, we are miserable when it comes to self-isolation. Fear of the unknown along with external stressors like finance affect our relationships. Individuals react because they are ...
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Counselling Domestic Abuse Cases: Discussions & Case Studies

Workshop Content Understanding abuse. What does the therapist experience in contact with a survivor of domestic abuse? How do we uncover experience of abuse in seemingly "okay" clients? What are the challenges in working with victims of abuse? Domestic abuse is a broad subject. This workshop will explore the perspectives, ...
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Membership Development Day

Greetings to all fellow members! It's time for our quarterly Membership Development Day. The COVID-19 pandemic may have disrupted our lives, but it will not doused our passion to forge ahead. This Membership Development Day titled "Building Resilience From Within" will be centered on building resilience within members. It will be ...
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Working with the Disease of Addiction

Our speaker, Mr Andy Leach, the Clinical Lead of the Cabin, an addiction treatment centre based in Chiang Mai will be giving an overview of the Disease of Addiction, looking at the American Society of Addiction Medicine's public policy statement that defines the disease. He will also discuss how to recognise addiction in ...
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Diploma in Buddhist Psychotherapy and Counselling

Dot Connections Growth Centre is conducting its 4th intake for Diploma in Buddhist Psychotherapy and Counselling course, which will commence on 2 April 2020. This DBPC course is supported by APACS and ACA (Australian Counselling Association). Seven modules will be taught in this 7-month course which incorporates practicum internship and ...
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