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Exploring the Skills of Emotional Intelligence

Are we destined to be either slaves to our passions or masters of our emotional life? It was previously thought that intelligence only related to our thinking and reasoning ability. Recently it has been acknowledged that intelligence includes understanding the impact our emotions have on our thoughts, decisions and actions. There is now growing evidence that some of our successes in life may rely on the development of our emotional skills. This course explores various skills of... [More]
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Introduction to Counselling Techniques

Psychology is the study of human behaviour. Assisting clients in their journey of change, theorists have developed therapeutic techniques. This workshop provides an introductory overview of five main therapeutic techniques which have been used by many psychologists and counsellors. Note: There will be short breaks for morning and afternoon tea and a break for lunch – lunch is NOT included. COURSE OUTLINE Cognitive-Behavioural therapy. Person-Centered therapy. Narrative therapy.... [More]
Introduction to Counselling Techniques
$104 inc GST / $94
Introduction to Counselling Techniques
$104 inc GST / $94
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Understanding Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia is often considered the most serious mental illness but it is often misunderstood by many people in our society. People who are diagnosed with schizophrenia continue to be stigmatised by society and they may even be considered dangerous. Using examples from popular films we will explore the myths, misunderstandings, facts and symptoms of schizophrenia. We also consider the causes and treatment options for the disease and examine how our attitudes can impact on the way... [More]
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How We Think and Use Our Brain: An Introduction to Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)

An introduction to Neuro Linguistic Programming. NLP is a tool that can help us to understand how we think and use our brain. Learn how can you access a resourceful state of mind just at the very moment you need it most? Learn the structure of time, and how to use it together with language to be successful in business life and in private life. COURSE OUTLINE History of NLP Rapport Anchoring Reframing Filters on the world Internal dialogue Modelling Excellence Dealing with feedback... [More]
How We Think and Use Our Brain: An Introduction to Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)
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Introduction to Abnormal Psychology – Sex, Drugs and Personality Disorders

What makes some behaviour acceptable and normal and others dysfunctional and abnormal? This course examines some psychological problems and how we treat them in our society. We will explore the role of environmental stress, genetics and other possible causes of these dysfunctional behaviours. Using examples from films we will examine contemporary issues in dysfunctional behaviour such as Sexual Dysfunction, Substance abuse and Personality disorders. COURSE OUTLINE Classification of... [More]
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The Science of Smiling

The shortest way between two people is a smile. Learn how to determine the difference between a false smile and a natural smile and how smiling affects the brain. Discover how a smile is one of the greatest rapport builders in all aspects of life. Our brain can make us happy and bring negative emotions under control when we train certain muscles. Enjoy knowing when and how to smile. COURSE OUTLINE Create instant rapport Creating healthy atmosphere Science of smiling Smiles leading... [More]
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Psychological Development over the Lifespan – Adolescence to Ageing

This course takes a chronological approach looking at the theories of development across the last four stages of life by examining some of the physical, intellectual, personality and social aspects of each stage of the life span. Using interactive exercises we will explore contemporary issues in development such as friendships, family roles, career choice, midlife crisis, retirement, death and dying. COURSE OUTLINE Theories of Development: Freud, Erickson, Piaget, Social Learning... [More]
Psychological Development over the Lifespan – Adolescence to Ageing
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Well-being and Healthy Boundaries

Well-being is a subjective concept and very individual It is essential in today’s society, as it is so hectic, that it is integrated into your everyday life and not seen as ‘another thing’ to add to your busy lifestyle. This workshop explores and experiments with different well-being strategies and how you can integrate these into your day. It also explores healthy boundaries to ensure that we are safe and respected and provide you with an awareness of your physical, mental and... [More]
Well-being and Healthy Boundaries
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Introduction to Positive Psychology

Since the birth of Positive Psychology in 1998, there has been a fundamental shift in psychology from studying what is wrong with us, to studying what is right with us. This study of what makes life fulfilling, meaningful and worthwhile has created a new and flourishing field which has much to offer every single one of us. Professor Martin Seligman, the founder of Positive Psychology, after many years of research, created a five-sided model of well-being called the PERMA model.... [More]
Introduction to Positive Psychology
Introduction to Positive Psychology
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