Glasser Australia, the home of Choice Theory and Reality Therapy in Australia, is excited to offer a valuable learning opportunity for counsellors and psychotherapists.
Two half-day workshops will be presented by experienced counsellor and educator from Chicago.
(M. Counselling, Nationally Certified Counsellor, Licensed Clinical Professional Counsellor)
Counselling with Choice Theory 9 am – 12.30 pm
Counselling throughout the Relationship Cycle 1.30 – 5 pm
Wednesday, October 2nd 2019
Half Day $95
Whole Day $180
Kim has a mission to help people get along better with the important people in their lives, including themselves, at home and at work. Kim is a licensed counsellor, trainer, speaker and author. In addition, she serves as the Executive Director of the William Glasser Institute-US and William Glasser International. As senior faculty for Glasser, she has taught thousands of people his concepts around the globe.
Kim founded Coaching for Excellence in 2004 and the Academy of Choice in 2010. Kim also developed a 25-hour parenting curriculum for court-mandated parents used in Chicago, California and South Africa.
In addition, Kim is an award-winning, bestselling author of Secrets of Happy Couples and the author of recently released, Choosing Me Now. She co-authored Leveraging Diversity at Work with Sylvester Baugh and wrote a chapter in the book, Contemporary Issues in Couples Counselling. Find out more about Kim at https://therelationshipcenter.biz
Kim has also contributed to HuffingtonPost.com, PsychCentral.com, YourTango.com, HerCampus.com, Whole Living, Women’s World, Fitness Magazine, Law of Attraction Magazine, Conscious Life Journal and Counseling Today
This workshop explores the revolutionary concepts of Choice Theory psychology, how to use it in sessions and how to enrich your own life with it. Human service professionals will benefit from an exploration of this alternative view of mental health. If you are a helping professional committed to working with strengths, empowering your clients and helping them to create their own independence, you will be excited to explore the potential of using Choice Theory in your practice.
This workshop is suitable for counsellors, school counsellors, psychotherapists, psychologists, social workers, and human services paraprofessionals.
In this workshop, participants will:
One of a human’s most basic, biological drives is the need for love and belonging. Intimate relationships are in integral part of fulfilling this need and we get no training for it. We watch our parents, if they are in relationships, for cues on how to travel our lives beside another person but if they were poor role models, how does anyone learn how to be successful in maintaining healthy relationships? This workshop lays out the Relationship Cycle from the Alone Stage between relationships, to the Getting Together Stage, to the Compatibility Stage, to the Maintenance Stage and back again to the Alone Stage navigating grief and loss. Learn the tasks of each stage and the role of the counsellor in helping their clients navigate these stages.
This workshop is geared toward anyone who works with couples to develop and maintain healthy relationships: psychologists, counsellors, psychotherapists, and social workers .