A&P Melbourne (Australia)
14 August @ 9:30 am - 16 August @ 4:30 pm UTC+0$855
This three-day course focuses on the development, prevention and treatment of psychological disorder. It weaves together theory, human development, assessment, case examples and treatment applications to reframe maladaptive behaviour as adaptive strategies for self-protection. The course focuses on development from infancy to adulthood, emphasising the process of adaptation and developmental pathways that carry risk for psychopathology.
The model used is the Dynamic-Maturational Model (DMM) of attachment and adaptation, developed by Dr. Patricia M. Crittenden. The DMM is relevant to individuals who are at risk, who have been exposed to danger, who display disturbed or maladaptive behaviour, or who are diagnosed as having a psychiatric disorder. A particular emphasis is cultural influences on attachment.
This course is aimed at professionals working within mental health, social work and related fields. A solid understanding of attachment theory is beneficial.
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- 14 August @ 9:30 am
- 16 August @ 4:30 pm
- Course Category:
- Attachment and Psychopathology
- Course Tags:
- attachment and psycopathology, clark baim, Australia, A&P
- Berry Street
- Berry Street Richmond Office
1 Salisbury Street
Richmond, Melbourne VIC 3121 Australia + Google Map