An exciting year of workshops, teaching and retreats was planned for 2017. We have already run a workshop for health professionals on Emotional Eating, and a fabulous Goolwa retreat. In June Dr Cate presented a series of workshops on Health and Wellbeing at the ‘Business for Doctors’ conference in Melbourne, and facilitated a workshop on Emotional Eating for Healthy Inspirations (Prospect). Dr Cate has facilitated 6 workshops around rural South Australia on anxiety.
Further workshops in the second half of the year include:
1. Mindfulness for Change
Group program, facilitated by Dr Cate. Do you want to reduce stress or anxiety, improve mood, manage thoughts or feelings, or develop more self-compassion? Mindfulness is a skill that can assist you to make these changes in your life.
Join this group program, and we will explore the nature, science & practice of mindfulness, & its benefits for your daily life. You will learn a range of practical tools to enable you to utilise mindfulness, & to bring about the change you desire.
Current course began September 6th. NEW COURSES PLANNED FROM MID-JANUARY 2018. PLEASE EMAIL DR CATE FOR MORE INFORMATION (firstname.lastname@example.org)
2. Workshop on Stress, Anxiety and Depression
At Healthy Inspirations on Saturday afternoon, 11th Nov 2017 (1.30-4.30pm).
Dr Cate will provide information about each of these issues, in an engaging and interactive way. The focus will be on practical tools and skills, drawn from therapies such as Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), which can assist.
Please contact HI at Prospect 83424938, or Dr Cate (email@example.com) for more information.
EXCITING NEWS FOR 2018
Dr Cate will be facilitating (in Adelaide and Melbourne) “Interpersonal Therapy in Practice”, a 20-hour program has been developed to provide GPs with an opportunity to learn practical skills in Interpersonal Therapy (IPT) to manage patients in their everyday practice. Level 2 or Focussed Psychological Strategies accreditation is currently being sought with the RACGP.
IPT focuses on how interpersonal relationships affect the individual and their mental health, with particular focus on issues around grief, conflict and social support.
The workshop will be informative and interactive. Working with common couple issues will also be addressed.
Who: GPs seeking FPS mental health accreditation (to claim FPS item numbers 2721 and 2725; applicable to items 170-172), or wanting to upskill or maintain mental health accreditation.
Where: Adelaide Friday 23 – Sunday 25 March, & Melbourne Friday 27 – Sunday 29 April, 2018.
Click here to download flyer.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT DR CATE (firstname.lastname@example.org)