Into Blue Workshops

One & Two Day Workshops

Workshops for 2019 include:

Professional Development: For Educators
21 February or 2 May 2019, Phillip Island, Victoria
Professional Development: The Power of Balance
28-29 March 2019, Phillip Island, Victoria
Professional Development: Creativity for Therapists
10-11 October 2019, Phillip Island, Victoria

Professional Development
For Educators

21 February or 2 May 2019 Into Blue Studio, Phillip Island Victoria
Workshop Outline & Registration

For Principals, Teachers, Welfare Officers, School Counsellors, Integration Aides, Chaplains

These two professional development sessions are ideal for anyone involved in the education of children and adolescents. Participants will gain a deep understanding of the window of tolerance, the implications for working with traumatized students, trauma informed practice and the myth of self-regulation.

Session two will focus on this concept of attachment styles, interpersonal neuroscience and the current research around the significance of play.

Professional Development
The Power of Balance

28-29 March 2019 Into Blue Studio, Phillip Island Victoria
Workshop Outline & Registration

Attend as a single day or both days as a retreat

Establishing and maintaining balance between personal and professional lives, client and therapist, commitment and freedom, in the midst of life's challenges and joys is an ongoing work in progress and requires dedication.

Explore practical modalities of sand, drawing, movement, music and meditation, how to regain and maintain balance within chaos and organisational skills as a foundation for balance.

 

Professional Development
Creativity for Therapists

10-11 October 2019 Into Blue Studio, Phillip Island Victoria
Workshop Outline & Registration

Attend as a single day or both days as a retreat

Therapists are constantly called upon to use creativity in formulating questions and in offering modalities that match clients.

The concept of creativity will be examined considering the historical context and current neuroscience research. The relevance of creativity to our work as therapists will be explored as well as our personal relationship with creativity through experiential exercises.