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November 3, 2019 @ 8:30 am - 12:30 pm$147
Resolve Anxiety, Depression and PTSD – in 3 sessions using TRTP.
Half Day Introductory Workshop
The number of clients with trauma-based issues is increasing.
The pressure to discover effective solutions is becoming more and more urgent.
Are you a mental health or health practitioner who is seeking an effective, safe, long-lasting resolution for your clients’ trauma-related issues?
TRTP (The Richards Trauma Process) is attracting increasing attention due to client outcomes.
What you will learn:
These workshops will focus on how TRTP resolves anxiety, depression and PTSD, generally in 3 sessions, quickly, effectively and safely. No re-traumatising. No drugs.
You will gain a new understanding and new model for anxiety, depression and PTSD. You will learn what keeps anxiety, depression and PTSD ‘locked in’ and what is required to ‘unlock’ it.
Powerful and Practical. You will come away having practised the first steps of TRTP. You will have tools that you can use immediately and effectively, no matter which professional health field you are engaged in, to create more positive outcomes for your clients.
The workshop will involve interactive learning opportunities in a content-rich session.
Presenter: Judith Richards, the creator of TRTP.
This process was born out of her own journey through extreme trauma, PTSD and her need for healing. TRTP is the result.
What health professionals are saying:
- ‘It’s fabulous to see people getting really well with only 3 sessions. ‘I am getting better results from 3 sessions of TRTP than months of other counselling therapies.’
- ‘There is no other modality or intervention that even comes close to the effectiveness of TRTP. I can say to my clients, hand on heart, ‘this process works.’
- ‘The results are ‘staggering!’
- ‘TRTP is a process of ‘radical and long lasting change.‘
Where and When?
Sun 3 Nov 2019, 8.30am for 9.00am start to 12.30pm finish
University of Sydney, The Cullen Room, Holme Building, Science Road, Camperdown NSW