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4-day Bali PD Retreat for Psychologists & Mental Health Professionals
12. October @ 09:00 - 15. October @ 17:00
Let’s face it… you deserve a break! As a mental health professional, you are always giving to others, but when was the last time you had time for yourself? This is where come in. We’ve created an incredible experience that facilitates reset and recharge, plus we give you tools to help you do your job better and earn your CPD points in one week!
Hypnotherapy: 12-15 October 2019
When you have tried every approach you know and still can’t get breakthrough for your client, put hypnotherapy in your toolbox. This retreat will focus on the practice theory and research of hypnotherapy, the subconscious mind, enabling identity transformation, utilising guided imagery scripts with role plays and the use of mindfulness practice. A hypnotherapy manual with a clear treatment plan will be provided to each participant, to ensure that the theory is put into practice. Hypnotherapy techniques can be a stand-alone treatment and can make your current modality even more effective.
Workshops are held in the morning, and the afternoons are yours to enjoy doing peer supervision, relaxing, sight-seeing, shopping, or spending time with your partner/family.
You will have the opportunity to earn 30 CPD points.
For our entire retreat schedule, please visit http://www.pdescape.org
Anne founded CORE Clinical Psychology in 2002 and continues to work as a Clinical Psychologist in two practice locations. She is dedicated to helping people discover a greater understanding of their core value. Along with Amanda Viviers, Anne is the co-founder of The Boardroom Retreat – a platform for delivering emotional and professional development to business leaders. Anne is well-respected in her field as is evidenced by being awarded prizes of excellence from Edith Cowan University and the APS. Anne has wide-spread experience in writing and facilitating accredited training programs. She is an experienced supervisor and enjoys teaching therapists how to work from a place of insight.
Jorg helps people become aware of their true nature, where what one does to another, they also do to themselves. A registered psychologist and hypnotherapist in private practice, he is a member of the Australian Psychological Society and has been a Buddhist practitioner for over 22 years. Currently a Doctoral candidate, Jorg has authored a book on Buddhist Mindfulness and published two theses. He is a qualified hypnotherapist and has worked as a group facilitator for various organisations, providing psycho-educational training to a wide ranging client base. Jorg believes that Buddhist Mindfulness practice holds a key to better mental health and happiness.