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Techniques for getting out of stuck situations

Event number: 19185
3 CPD hours
Study Group Network
Presenter(s): Mr Moshe Lang MAPS

This is an experiential participatory workshop providing the participants with an opportunity to use humour and play in exploring techniques for getting out of stuck situations

Participants are encouraged to come to the workshop with a situations or relationships where they caught in repetitive interactive cycles that they have difficulty of getting out of.

The workshop would provide them the opportunity where they can experience and explore the different ways of interacting. 

Participants are encouraged to come to the workshop and be prepared to share with others their difficulties in their work or in other relationships and they will be provided with an opportunity to experiment in alternative ways of relating and interacting.

A finer appreciation of the human paradox is likely to result.  Participants attending such workshops in the past have discovered that they have become more daring and flexible in their work and have developed a lighter touch.

 

Learning Outcomes

  • To describe interactive patterns;
  • To observe yourself within the interaction;
  • To think of alternative ways of interacting;
  • To appreciate the difference between intentionality and outcome;
  • To understand better the nature of human paradox;
  • That message transmitted is not necessarily message received;
  • The clients are likely to be more resilient than you give them credit;

**Please be advsied room is on level one and there is no lift access.

About the presenter(s)

Moshe Lang is one of Australia’s best known Family Therapists and Director of Williams Road Psychotherapy Centre. He is the Foundation President of the Australian & New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, and Past President of the Victorian Association of Family Therapists and Centre. Moshe has practiced and taught clinical psychology and family therapy in Melbourne since 1965.
He has published extensively in the professional literature. His publications include the Children’s Depression Scale (with Miriam Tisher); the co-author of Corrupting the Young and Other Stories of a Family Therapist and Resilience: Stories of a Family Therapist (with Tesse Lang); as well as A Family in Therapy and The Answer Within (with Peter McCallum). These highly regarded books have been extensively reviewed and translated to Hebrew and French.

Recently he has brought out two highly praised DVDs, Behind Closed Doors, providing the viewers, professional and general public alike with the opportunity to see him at work.

He is currently engaged in a series of podcasts with an early career Psychologist. So far, 12 episodes have been published (see the website “We all wear it Differently” – Mondays with Moshe)

Notes

Please make sure you read the group description and details carefully before registering for a study group. CANCELLATION POLICY: As we keep study group fees to a minimum and presenters are paid according to the numbers who attend, we prefer not to provide refunds other than for 'exceptional, unforeseeable circumstances'. We are happy for you to nominate an alternative attendee or you may transfer to another study group, but only within 2 months as this adds extra admin costs. Cancellations up to 14 days prior to the study group you are registered for will receive a full refund. Cancellations within 1-13 days of the study group will receive a 50% refund. Cancellations within 24 hours of a study group will not be refunded. All cancellations must be given in writing.

Online registration

South Yarra

Hurstwood Clinic
Level 1, 16A Toorak Rd
South Yarra, VIC 3141
Australia
Start date: 23/2/2018
End date: 23/2/2018
Time: 9.30am – 12.30pm

Cost

APS member: $83
APS student member: $83
Non APS member: $166

Organiser

APS - Melbourne Branch
The Study Group Network (SGN) is an initiative of the APS Melbourne Branch designed to improve psychologists’ clinical and research skills and to keep them current with new developments.
Contact Karen Holst