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Evidence Based Relaxation Therapy

Event Details
Date: 28th June 2018
Venue: Canberra, ACT
CPD hrs: 3 Hours
Cost:

Standard: $175.00

Organiser: Dr Judy Lovas
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This unique 3 hour seminar identifies the latest evidence-based benefits of Relaxation Therapies for psychological and physical stress-related conditions. Participants experience techniques for themselves and demonstrate proficiency to teach relaxation skills to clients.

This seminar offers scientific and practical therapeutic interventions, based on principles of Psychoneuroimmunology, the study of relationships between the mind and body. Evidence based relaxation therapies can reduce a range of cognitive and mood disorders, insomnia and pain.

Non-invasive, cost effective, evidenced based relaxation skills are simple to practice, easy to teach and efficacious for conditions such post traumatic stress disorder, anxiety and depression.

Participants will gain psychological and physiological benefits of Relaxation, improved clinical practice and better health for clients.

Learning objectives

  • Examine latest evidence in Relaxation Therapies
  • Identify benefits for mood disorders, cognitive and stress related conditions, effects of trauma, pain and fatigue
  • Experience relaxation techniques
  • Demonstrate proficiency in teaching relaxation skills to clients

Presenter details

Dr Judy Lovas regularly teaches psychology in universities and in the secondary school International Baccalaureate program and offers practical, scientific, holistic presentations in evidence based relaxation to improve clients' health and enhance clinical practice

Location and date

Ann Harding Conference Centre
University of Canberra
Building 24, University Drive South
CANBERRA
15th June 2018
1:30-4:30pm

Cost

Standard: $175.00

Register and Pay for Introduction to Psychoneuroimmunology and only pay $315 for two seminars

Registration and other information

Register here.

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