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All cancellations must be submitted by email. Non-attendance at a retreat will not be grounds for full or partial refund/credit under any circumstances. Refunds will be available minus a $70 administration fee for cancellations made 45 days or more prior to the event. No refund or credit under any circumstances will be available for cancellations less than 45 days prior to the event. Given our effort to optimise the quality of training by limiting retreats to a very small size, exceptions to this can not be granted.
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Saturday 29 August 2020
9:30am - 11:30am (local time Hobart, Australia)
Online - Zoom
Trainer: Bruno Cayoun
Places: Filling up
Psychodynamic (or psychoanalytic) theory proposes that events in childhood have a great influence on adult lives. Events that occur in childhood experiences shape adult personality and can remain subconscious while causing distress and maladaptive behaviour in adulthood until they are resolved. Schema therapy is also based on the view that maladaptive themes or patterns of behaviour that we keep on repeating throughout life are related to the way we formed core beliefs about ourselves and the world since childhood. In clinical practice, we make inevitable observations that a person’s painful experiences in childhood and adolescence, such as trauma or repeated abuse, have clear consequences on their adult life. Indeed, we inadvertently ‘live in past’ more often than we may realise. MiCBT takes these principles into consideration within the framework of phenomenology; it examines these phenomena as they manifest themselves dynamically, in the present moment, through principals such as ‘transference’. It integrates the dynamics of present-moment experience by looking at how learned behaviour takes place and affects our beliefs and behaviour since childhood.
However, MiCBT does not assume that psychodynamic problems can be resolved by simply being aware of them. In contrast, it suggests that underlying brain mechanisms associated with autobiographical memory are the principal determinants of maintaining painful memories and unhelpful behaviour present in our life.
This masterclass will describe the learning, maintenance and extinction of important psychodynamic principles through the co-emergence model of reinforcement and supporting evidence from neuroscience. It will also discuss a more pragmatic way of understanding and addressing psychodynamic issues that your clients experience on a daily basis. It will also describe how rapport can be improved with our clients when transference is recognised and address constructively.
You are encouraged to send any related questions you may have via the form below or directly to email@example.com . The presenter will only be able to answer the questions you send in advance. The name of attendees who send questions is kept completely confidential.