Interactional Pattern Analysis
Impact Therapy Centre is proud to be presenting this 2 day workshop training for Interactional Pattern Analysis.
The Interactional Pattern Analysis (IPA) is a psychological diagnostic tool developed by Charl Vorster and described in detail in his 2011 book “Impact”. The IPA is designed as a framework for diagnosing the underlying mechanisms linked to presenting complaints of clients, to help clinicians accurately aim their therapeutic interventions to the nodal points maintaining the problems in living clients seek help for. The tool can be used within any therapeutic modality, paradigm or approach, it is a tool to fine tune the aims of intervention, and is not an intervention technique within itself.
The IPA is a game changer as it helps clinicians understand the underlying mechanisms of distress they observe in their clients, helping clinicians bring about second order change in their interventions, and help clients experience deep and long-term relief. It is broadly applicable and can be used with therapeutic techniques from all modalities as it is not an intervention in and of itself.
From this workshop you will gain:
– A thorough theoretical understanding of the interactional approach
– A thorough theoretical understanding of each variable of the IPA
– Opportunities to work through the IPA in experiential exercises
– A working knowledge of how to use this tool to your benefit in practice
Dates: 21 and 22 June 2019
Time: 08:00 to 16:00 both days
Venue: Impact Therapy Centre, Fourways
CPD: 16 CEU’s
Refreshments and light lunch will be served both days
IPA LEVEL 1 TRAINING IS A PRE REQUISITE FOR OTHER CPD’S HOSTED BY IMPACT THERAPY CENTRE INCLUDING COUPLES THERAPY, HYPNOTHERAPY, EQUINE ASSISTED PSYCHOTHERAPY LEVEL 1,2,3 AS WELL AS IPA LEVEL 2
Due to the experiential nature of this training, space is limited so please book early to avoid disappointment
****** Early Bird Special*******
Book and pay before 30 April 2019 and receive a 20% discount
To book, contact Privy on 083 695 1432
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