Seminar Topics

Social Intelligence in Leadership
Recognising the competencies linked to social intelligence which enable people to understand and manage in  leadership.

The Impact of Grief and Trauma
Understanding grief and trauma, it’s impact on the brain and ways to effectively engage and move forward.

Sharpening Facilitation Skills
Enhancing group leadership skills through utilising neuroscience principles and understanding how group participants operate.

Finding Meaning in Work: Reigniting the Passion
A step by step process to find purpose, meaning and creativity in your work.

Managing Stress and Burnout: a Neuroscience Perspective
Understanding the signs, symptoms, causes of stress and burnout and providing brain friendly ways forward.

The Impact of Separation and Divorce on Children
Understanding the impacts on child development, brain function and behaviour and applying practical tools to work with children and parents.

Mindfulness: Implications for Practice
Practical ways of utilising mindfulness techniques in everyday practice.

Neuroeducation: a Brain-Based Teaching Model
Providing teachers with valuable knowledge from the neuro and cognitive sciences in a readily applicable format.

Youth Mental Health
An overview of the issues and strategies to assist young people developing a mental health problem.

Understanding Generations XYZ for Professionals
Explaining the global generations, the challenges of generational change, how to understand the shifts, and implement engagement strategies.

Positive Body Image
A guide to body image issues for children, adolescents and adults with ideas and practical tips for promoting healthy and positive body images.

Neuroscience and Child Development
Understanding early brain development, and the ways to positively influence parents and carers in supporting children’s early social, emotional, and intellectual development.

Approaches to Working with Men and Boys
An introduction to working therapeutically with boys and men in human service provision from a practitioner and client perspective.

The Role of Fathers in Child Development
Reinforces that the presence of a father in a child’s life is not only a positive experience, but is beneficial to a child’s social, emotional and cognitive growth.

The Impact of Early Childhood Trauma on Brain and Child Development
How trauma in infancy and childhood shapes the brain, learning, and behaviour, and fuels changes that can last a lifetime.

Can–do Conversations: The Neuroscience of Conflict
How the human brain functions, perceives events, processes emotional notions, and formulates decisions in managing conflict and problem solving.

Brain Works and Positive Client Engagement
An overview of the ways neuroscience can improve performance on nearly every level—productivity, creativity, and engagement.

What Happens in Childhood Can Matter for a Lifetime
Compelling evidence that early experiences impact brain development, and can have long-term effects on physical and mental health, relationships and behaviour.

Parenting Patterns and its Effect on Children: Through the Lens of Attachment and Neurobiology
Our earliest attachment relationships actually build the brain structures we use for relating lifelong.

Why the Grey Matter Matters: The Brain at Work
An overview of how brains respond in workplace settings and strategies to avoid pitfalls.

Anger, Conflict and Intimacy: Attachment and Neurobiological Perspectives
How attachment theory and the affective neurosciences have revolutionized our understanding of emotions and its source point in the brain.

Building Better Workplace Relationships: Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace
An introduction to the impact of emotions on behaviour, and the awareness of its effect on others in the workplace.

The Positive Workplace: Using Positive Psychology for Organisational Impact
Key positive psychology concepts and practices in the workplace that increase wellness, resilience and stress management.

Working with Grieving Adults: The Relevance of Attachment to Coping Styles
The associations between adult attachment styles, bereavement experiences and coping styles.

Psychological Wellness in the Workplace
Actionable strategies that enable employers to create a work environment that promotes the emotional and mental health of employees.

When Family Ties are Broken: Dealing with Grief and Loss
An innovative grief and loss seminar, informed by evidence based practice, to enhance the capacity of individuals, health workers and communities to deal more effectively with loss.

Client Engagement in Mental Health
Assisting health care professionals with skills of languaging, engagement, empathy, pacing and advocacy in order to enable true client directed outcomes.