Date/Time


Date(s) - 18/06/2022
10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Location


Via Zoom

Description


Building on PSC’s Introductory Webinar, participants will learn about PSC’s approach to eco-distress by exploring their own response to the climate reality and experience opportunities for self-care. This will support the development of presence to be with the uncertainty and discomfort of the climate crisis in those they work with. The implications of this experiential learning for professional practice will also be explored.

Prerequisite: PSC’s Introductory Webinar Engaging with climate change and eco-distress does not have to be completed prior to this workshop but it is mandatory to complete the Introductory Webinar to be eligible for recognition by PSC as a Climate Aware Practitioner.

All events are via Zoom (AEDT – Melbourne time).

Event Facilitators:

Libby Skeels – Registered psychologist with over thirty years of experience counselling individuals and couples with relationship difficulties. In addition to her degrees in Psychology and counselling she has a Masters degree in Child and Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. For the past 14 years she has been involved in several climate action groups.

Carol Ride – 10 years ago Carol shifted from working as a psychologist in the field of couple therapy, to working with colleagues to develop Psychology for a Safe Climate.  My focus now is in offering emotional support to those engaged as activists, researchers, policy makers and scientists.

This event is registered with:

  • ACA and represents 5 OPD points

Bookings


Bookings are closed for this event.

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