Tag: AASW

Looking for professional supervision?

Kalikamurti offers professional supervision to social workers.  Kalikamurti has been a mental health accredited social worker since 2007 and has worked in the fields of education, health, community development, mental health in Central Australia for over 25 years.  She also has an Advanced Diploma in Community Sector Management. We can offer you appointments face to …

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Basic Intensive Week, Woodberry NSW

Basic Intensive in Choice Theory, Reality Therapy and Lead Management Gain culturally neutral, practical and useful counselling and problem-solving skills. Understand how the brain functions to integrate information. Understand and use internal control psychology. Develop skills for challenging conversations. Develop and practice new skills, in a fun, safe and collegial environment. Increase skills that are applicable to all professions and …

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Take Charge of Life – Alice Springs

REGISTER FOR TAKE CHARGE OF LIFE HERE Learn an easy to use, culturally neutral behaviour model of how the mind works, which can then be used to assist others to: Understand and manage their own personality, needs and behaviour. Be able to choose effective, responsible behaviours. Control actions and thoughts in a way that satisfies …

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William Glasser Basic Intensive Training – Alice Springs

Accredited training in Choice Theory, Reality Therapy and Lead management Gain culturally neutral, practical and useful counselling and problem-solving skills Build on and enhance your current expertise and knowledge in working with others Learn the Positive Outcome Process, which draws on the principles of Choice Theory (that behaviour is internally motivated), and practices from Reality …

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Dust, Diversity and Dedication – AASW NT Conference

As Convenor of the upcoming AASW NT Conference in Alice Springs, Kalikamurti encourages all people employed in inter-disciplinary positions in the human services and community sectors to this conference. It will be an interactive and informative event that focuses on sharing and upgrading skills. Click here for more information and to register. And what’s in the name? Dust includes grass …

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William Glasser Basic Intensive Training – March, Alice Springs

Accredited training in Choice Theory, Reality Therapy and Lead Management Gain culturally neutral, practical and useful counselling and problem-solving skills Build on and enhance your current expertise and knowledge in working with others Learn the Positive Outcome Process, which draws on the principles of Choice Theory (that behaviour is internally motivated), and practices from Reality …

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Transforming Trauma: Thriving Versus Surviving – 2-day intensive

A two-day interactive, intensive workshop with Lynn Sumida, international expert in post traumatic stress and neurolinguistic programming, combining theory, skills development and practice opportunities for professionals working with people experiencing ongoing trauma. Workshop includes: course notes, morning tea, lucy and afternoon tea on both days, catered by Lentil as Anything. Discounts for Australian Association of Social …

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Trauma workshops endorsed by Social Workers’ Professional Association

We are delighted that members of the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) will be able to claim continuing professional development points (CPD) for attending the Trauma workshops with Lynn Sumida.  The workshops will take place in Melbourne and Alice Springs in September, and bookings are now open.  AASW members are also eligible for a discount. …

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Basic Intensive Training

Accredited Training in Choice Theory, Reality Therapy & Lead Management 4 days of training (Thurs-Fri and Mon-Tues) Cost includes William Glasser Institute Registration Fee, course notes, and morning and afternoon teas. 5% discount for group bookings of four or more participants. Discount for AASW members. This course is endorsed by the Australian Association of Social …

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