Te Pou Workshops

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Hands On Autism

17 November 2017, 9am - 4pm

Cornerstone – Whare Karakia o Manako, Cnr Kerikeri Road and Heritage Bypass, Kerikeri
The Children’s Autism Foundation presents ‘Hands On Autism’, a full day workshop for all who are living with or supporting, a young person on the Autism Spectrum. This workshop will provide practical tools and strategies that you can easily implement in the home, school and wider community.

Topics include:

  • Guide to the Autism Spectrum
  • Strategies for Behaviour
  • Sensory Issues
  • Dealing with Anxiety

 

Cost: FREE FOR FAMILIES AND CARERS. $140/person for professionals (unless you bring a family with you). Catering included.

Click here to register.

This workshop has been made possible thanks to Te Pou, the Ministry of Health and Disability Connect.

 

Dealing with Anxiety
22 November, 6:45pm - 9:00pm

YES Disability, 3 William Laurie Place, Albany
An interactive and informative workshop that includes the following topics: what is anxiety, examples of social interactions that lead to anxiety and strategies for dealing with it (anxiety toolkits).

FREE to families and carers that register or $40 for professionals (unless you bring a family with you).

Click here to register.

This workshop has been made possible thanks to Te Pou, the Ministry of Health and Disability Connect.

 

CBT in practice in New Zealand-Anza CBT Conference & Workshops
23 November - 25 November 2017
About David A Clark:

David A. Clark is Professor Emeritus with the Department of psychology, University of new Brunswick, Canada. He received his PhD from the Institute of psychiatry, Maudsley Hospital, University of London in 1984. In 1987-88 he completed postdoctoral training and cognitive therapy at Aaron T Beck's mood clinic in Philadelphia.

He has published over 150 scientific articles and papers on cognitive theory and therapy of depression and anxiety disorders. He has co-authored several peer-reviewed papers and books with Aaron T Beck as well as single authored works such as cognitive behavioural therapy or OCD (Guildford, 2004) and The Mood Repair Toolkit (Guildford, 2014).

Dr Clark has conducted numerous training workshops on cognitive behavioural therapy for depression, OCD and other anxiety disorders worldwide. He is a Founding Fellow of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy, and recipient of the Aaron T Beck award for Significant and Enduring contributions to cognitive therapy in 2008