Telstra Conference Centre
242 Exhibition Street
The COS Core Sensitivity Seminar will focus on three predictable strategies (core sensitivities) commonly used by most of us in an attempt to both navigate close relationships and protect ourselves from emotional pain. Using findings from attachment research, affective neuroscience, and psychoanalytic theory this video-based seminar will use lecture, self-reflection, and participant discussion to better understand the ways in which those we meet (clients, colleagues, family members, ourselves) live within unspoken rules and non-conscious “requirements” concerning “how one must function within relationships.”
This seminar is designed with the belief that understanding and reflecting upon the specific and predictable ways that we all seek stability within relationships allows for greater insight and empathy regarding both professional and personal interaction. In recognizing these common patterns of interaction we can deepen compassion and increase our capacity to better respond to ourselves and to those around us.
These three days will balance a focus regarding how you organise yourself within personal relationships and how you might use this information to help support your work professionally.
COS-P Registered Parent Educators, psychotherapists, early intervention specialists and other helping professionals (clergy, social workers, etc.) *Material presented will include information previously utilised in the 10 day seminar. ** This course is not limited to people who have previously attended a COS-P training. As such there will be a brief review of key COS-P concepts.
$650 USD Early Bird $750 USD Standard Price
Please call us on 1300 775 337 or email firstname.lastname@example.org