Our intensive weekend sessions are held at Dr. King's clinic in Brighton Victoria to allow individuals to practice using trauma informed approaches in the 4 clinic rooms (in groups of three).
Intensive Sessions are at Essentia Health Brighton VIC
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MELBOURNE INTENSIVE FACE-TO-FACE SESSIONS
Location: Essentia Brighton VIC (Google Maps) - Friday 9am until 4.30pm (lunch break 12.30pm) - Saturday 9am until 4.30pm (lunch break 12.30pm) - Sunday 9am until 2.30pm (lunch break 12.30pm)
What to bring to the Melbourne Intensive Sessions
Warm clothes if you get cold in trainings as the optimal temperature for learning is a little colder than some prefer
We have tea, coffee and snacks provided however do not cater for lunches, so bring lunch
Pen(s) and note pad/workbook
Client scenarios to role-play and for supervision
For sessions 2 & 3 please bring all previous materials as the content will progress from day to day and some participants find value in having previous materials and resources available
Zoom Sessions for the Trauma Intensive
Zoom sessions are held over seven Saturday mornings from 9am until 11am
Zoom Session 1: Clarifying Stabilisation (9 September 2023) Zoom Session 2: SIBAM Model (23 September 2023) Zoom Session 3: Anchors (7 October 2023) Zoom Session 4: Introducing Memory Framing (21 October 2023) Zoom Session 5: Using Memory Framing in Clinical Practice (4 November 2023) Zoom Session 6: Processing & Insight Work (27 January 2024) Zoom Session 7: Introduction to the Running Technique (10 February 2024)
Peter King Ph.D.
Dr. King is the developer of Stabilisation Based Therapy which also includes a Trauma Informed approach to Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT-TI). Dr. King's PhD examined effective interventions for individuals with a diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder. Dr. King educates over 1,000 mental health professionals annually and owns Psychology & Counselling clinics in Melbourne, the Gold Coast and Phuket (Thailand).
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