Practical Strategies to Effectively Work with Resistant Clients [POSTPONED]
April 2 @ 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM AEDT
LEAD response to COVID-19. This workshop has been postponed. we will update the new date after the reassessment of the current situation.
As a frontline worker, do you often find it difficult to
engage with resistant clients?
And no matter what you say or do – you get a lot of
“I don’t know” responses from them?
This one-day workshop will help you engage and maintain relationships with resistant and mandated clients.
You will explore the basics of neuroscience and the influence of clients’ backgrounds, life experiences, values and beliefs in what causes them to resist interventions; build your skills and confidence in holding difficult conversations and take some time to understand the role and influence you have with your clients.
- Increased understanding of what causes clients to resist
- Increased confidence and skills in holding difficult conversations, and
- Increased understanding into what we bring as workers into our
interactions with clients.
Who should attend this workshop?
Angharad Candlin is a registered psychologist with over 25 years’ experience working with families. She is currently the Manager of Catholic Care’s Parent Education Program and the Chair of the Board of the Institute of Group Leaders. Angharad has facilitated parenting groups for most of her career and in addition, she trains, supervises and mentors group facilitators. Her team are currently working on a new parenting program for refugees and new migrants called Parenting Side by Side in Australia. Angharad loves the work she does and is passionately committed to helping parents and group facilitators be the best that they can be.
Members: $ 93.50
Morning tea and lunch will be provided
ph 9620 6172