Webinars

 

Happiness through self-awareness

One of the key elements in any therapeutic model of healing and well being is the cultivation of self awareness, to reduce the negative impact from unconscious patterns, and instead develop the capacity for well-being.

Using an integrative approach to Psychotherapy

One of the factors in becoming an effective therapist is the ability to rely on an eclectic range of approaches that can be customised based on client presentation.

Neurobiology and Therapy

In recent times, there has been a dramatic turn in psychology away from studying observable behaviour to researching the brain, biochemistry and the nervous system as a way to incorporate the human body into a largely subjective study of humans.

Understanding personality types

As most therapists know, one of the key elements in effective therapy is cultivating a positive therapeutic alliance with their client. Understanding these interpersonal dynamics can be greatly enhanced by appreciating differences in personalities, and recognising that what may work for one client, is ineffective with another.

Business skills for building private practice

As most therapists in private practice know, developing an entrepreneurial mindset requires a completely different set of skills than those needed to be an effective therapist. To have your own flourishing private practice, it is necessary to learn how to work on the business, as well as in the business.

Discover the Bachelor of Arts Psychotherapy

The IKON Institute offers professional development workshops and webinars throughout the year designed to increase awareness about the uses of the creative arts modalities to mental health and social service professionals.

Discover Youth Work

The IKON Institute offers professional development workshops and webinars throughout the year designed to increase awareness about the uses of the creative arts modalities to mental health and social service professionals.

Discover Counselling & Bachelor of Integrative Psychotherapy

The psychopathology of psychostimulants has been researched extensively for many years and has been shown to contribute to the occurrence of such things as; psychosis, depression, suicide, anxiety and violent and challenging behaviours.

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