Newsletter 4: Nov- Dec. 2018

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  Dear Colleagues and Friends, Very warm greetings to you as we head in to the summer season and the year ending. With this time of year there is a sense of looking back and…

Newsletter 3 – Sept 2018

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Dear Colleague I hope this season of Spring, with all its undulating weather patterns, ushers in a breath of new hope into you and the precious ones you journey with. Here is what I have…

Newsletter 2 – July 2018

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Dear ones, Where has the month of July gone?!? Can you believe that we are already half way through 2018? I hope as you reflect on the first half of this year, that you are…

newsletter 1 – June 2018

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Welcome to my very first newsletter of my new chapter in life! This marks a landmark for me, since leaving my job at Laidlaw in March, and setting up my new company: Trinity Initiatives Counselling…

Attachment Wounds – 27 June 2018

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Attachment Wounds: When Frustration Turns to Aggression or Depression. New Insights for the Treatment of Depression: An integrated Frustration-Aggression-Depression Model with insights from Attachment theory Ezra Institute at Morling College Sydney Australia One Day Workshop…

The Neuroscience of Attachment

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The Neuroscience of Attachment: Moving from co-regulation to self-regulation. One Day seminar. In this workshop emotion regulation in the client-therapist dyad will be explored in light of early attachment dynamics. Firstly, the neuroscience of attachment…

Attachment in teaching and learning

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“Before we have their minds, we need to have their hearts’: the crucial role of attachment in teaching and learning.   A ½ day workshop for teachers, RTLBs, principals or anyone engaged in working with children.…

Attachment-based Counselling training

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Attachment-based Counselling training: Attachment-based Counselling: Level One. An introduction to Attachment Theory and the Healthy Development of Relationships throughout the lifespan. Attachment-based Counselling: Level two: Attachment Wounds: how early attachments impact adult functioning and what…
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