Across our community we are seeing many people affected by trauma, stress, and anxiety. In response, we want to widen the circle of those able to offer supportive nursing therapies that we know provide valuable care and recovery in such experiences in any situation.
Whether you are a nurse, therapist or caregiver we invite your registration for this three-day workshop focussed on practical, effective care and intervention strategies to alleviate symptoms of trauma, stress and anxiety.
This is an opportunity to explore both patterns of physiology and presenting symptoms, through a lens that includes their weaving between body and spirit. Central to our learning process, healing plants and external treatments will become familiar to you, preparing you to assess and safely offer supportive therapies, based on a sound rationale.
Our inspiration is Anthroposophic Medicine, where nursing care and therapies work out of a positive concept of health that recognises a self-regulated equilibrium. Central to this approach is the emphasis on human autonomy along with the vital importance of care and the therapeutic relationship. Within this picture a signature of the anthroposophic nursing pathway is caring that recognises it is our knowing, our way of being and our way of acting that makes a quintessential difference.
In addition to working with a range of external treatments and healing substances, this workshop introduces biography work, the inner path of the nurse or therapist and casework to help with individualised support across various situations and settings.
There are limited places available for this workshop.
Date: 11 – 13 November 2023
Cost: $550 (includes $100 registration deposit)
Tutors – Deborah Bednarek RN MN ANS and Michelle Vette RN MN ANS
Get in touch to register your interest via firstname.lastname@example.org
Complete the form to register your interest for this course. Final registration is subject to numbers registered and acceptance.