Experiences of trauma involve your boundaries being ignored, transgressed, or violated. It can be understandably hard to identify, establish and respect your own boundaries following trauma. In this Webinar you will learn how to establish reasonable limits and be provided with strategies to set and maintain healthy boundaries.
This online Webinar will explore the topic of boundaries focusing on key aspects including:
Sophie holds a Masters of Clinical Psychology and a PhD in Child and Adolescent Psychology. Sophie has been a clinically focused academic at Sydney University, Monash University, Melbourne University, the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute and the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre. She has supervised PhD, Masters and Honours students, and continues to collaborate on a number of projects in the trauma and eating disorder areas.
Sophie has been a member of the Expert Working Committee for beyondblue. Sophie has extensive experience working with adults, children and adolescents, parents and families. Sophie specialises in helping both individuals and families experiencing childhood trauma, childhood illness and the associated trauma, eating disorders, grief and loss, addictions, couple and relationship issues. A passion for child advocacy has lead Sophie to focus her clinical work on helping people heal from the trauma of childhood/ adolescent difficulties and to assist people to become a more peaceful integrated self.
Karen has over 10 years of clinical experience in the private and public sectors as well as her own private practice. She has written and facilitated both inpatient and outpatient programs supporting a wide variety of clientele who experience PTSD, complex trauma, mood and anxiety disorders, personality disorders and substance abuse disorders. This work also includes many years of running Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) groups and workshops for hospitals, NGO’s and corporate clients. “I really enjoy being helping people understand their biology and learn practical skills that help them to feel more emotionally in control”