Healing Relations

3 Day workshop: Understanding yourself to maximise the healing power of the therapeutic relationships

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Presented by
Dana Mitrovic,
Principal Clinical Psychologist & Clinical Director

This workshop delves into the challenges therapists face when working with clients who have experienced early childhood trauma or attachment failures. The focus is on moving beyond diagnostic labels and treatment approaches to prioritize the therapeutic relationship itself. Understanding that each client is unique, with a multitude of experiences and factors shaping their presentation, the workshop emphasizes the importance of building a genuine connection with clients. By fostering self-awareness in therapists, they can better navigate their own emotional responses during sessions and discern how their personal history may influence the therapeutic dynamic. The workshop draws on a combination of research and practice, integrating various therapeutic modalities such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Schema Therapy, Functional Analytic Psychotherapy, Psychodynamic Therapy, Gestalt Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, and Existential Psychotherapy to enhance the therapist-client relationship and optimize treatment outcomes.

In this workshop we will cover

Day 1: Getting to know yourself

Learning about ourselves and understanding how this informs the therapist that we turn up as with our clients

Day 2: Getting to know your relationship with your client

Defining how we understand our client and how our relationship dynamics with our client turns up in sessions

Day 3: Finding the right interventions for this relationship

Integrating the “how” and “what” of therapy, once we understand the “why”

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