Byron Clinic Professional Development
Janina Fisher PhD will be presenting a series of two-day workshops in which participants will learn how to assess and make sense of trauma-based symptoms and how to apply neurobiologically informed treatment techniques in clinical practice.
Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane: March 2017Find Out More
In this three-day training, Dr Linehan, the founder of Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, will provide updated skills and new applications for working with difficult-to-treat populations.
Melbourne, Sydney: March — April 2017Find Out More
Norman Doidge, M.D.
Latest Developments in Neuroplasticity
Join acclaimed researcher Norman Doidge as he explores the latest research into the brain’s amazing capacity to heal, and how to apply these discoveries to clinical practice.
Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne: October 2017Coming Soon
The author of the ‘bible of traumatic stress’, the bestselling The Body Keeps the Score, Dr van der Kolk will present the very latest clinical methods in the resolution of traumatic experiences and the restoration of self.
Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane: December 2017Coming Soon
Byron Clinic News
According to the latest findings in neuroscience, decision making isn’t logical, it’s emotional.read more
Interpersonal Effectiveness is one of Marsha Linehan’s DBT skills which enables individuals to balance priorities, reduce anxiety and live a life worth living.read more
Janina Fisher explains “splitting” through developments in neuroscience and our ability as humans to dissociate from our emotions to build a more socially acceptable image.read more
Libbi Gorr speaks with Dr Marsh Linehan about ‘Radical Acceptance.’read more
Ninety percent of individuals who attempt suicide and survive never go on to be lost by suicide at a later date. To understand this, we look to behavioural economics and how regret impacts decision making.read more
Find out what drives conscious and unconscious choices and why choices are made and how these choices can be influenced and changed.read more
Janina Fisher explores the importance of investigating “memory triggering” for a successful treatment outcome when working with trauma clients.read more
…the practice of living awake, with your eyes wide open; allowing the moment, the willingness to be alive to the moment and radical acceptance of the entirety of the moment.read more
Researchers have shown that they can detect trauma and other mental health conditions from children as young as one, based on certain physiological markers.read more
Past Byron Clinic Workshops
Since 2009, Byron Clinic’s extensive professional development program has aimed to keep health care professionals skilled and up-to-date with current and emerging treatment practices.