Viriya Community Services will be organizing several training and conferences from September to November 2019. Alongside the 2-day ASIST workshop and diploma courses about bereavement care, trainers from Australia and USA will be invited in this year’s Supervision of Supervision 2019 Conference to share their knowledge and skills about trauma-informed practices.
[3-5 October 2019] The Together Against Stigma (TAS) conference is an international platform to discuss stigma issues that continue to plague people with mental health conditions, preventing them from seeking help, gaining acceptance in society and leading a productive life. Uniting against mental health stigma, the global community looks forward to keeping abreast of the latest developments, research outcomes and best practices in this field.
[24-26 October 2019] The 3-Day Next Gen EMDR Workshop is designed to enable participants to describe evolution of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), compare and contrast standard vs. neurological protocols and practice interventions. / [28 October 2019] (1) The Creative Interventions for Processing (Children, Teens, Adults) workshop is intended to help participants understand and apply modifications to EMDR interventions for children and teenagers; (2) the Critical Incident Desensitization Protocols (CIDP) workshop demonstrates the use of CIDP treatment intervention protocols for crisis intervention and trauma treatment.
[19 October]: A collaborative effort by our very own SPS Events and SPS Research Committees, SPS Kudos and Connections brings together students and practitioners alike as one larger Psychology community in Singapore. This is an event not to be missed!
[24 Sep 2019] A one-day course that introduces key principles of Existential Psychology to anyone who wants to gather insights and skills for personal development. / [24-26 Sep 2019] A three-day intensive course for practitioners seeking to understand the principles and applications of Existential Psychotherapy.
[10-11 February 2020] A two-day face-to-face interactive workshop designed to provide participants with a thorough understanding of the principles and practice of effective clinical supervision. / [12 February 2020] A one-day workshop designed to facilitate experienced supervisors in the practice of systemic supervision within a competency-based clinical supervision context.
The Skills Framework for Social Service, jointly developed by various governmental and professional organisations, is a valuable source of information about the social service sector, career pathways, job roles, skills and competencies, as well as training programmes available.