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Conference Focus

Person-centred and experiential therapies have, for many years, held that transformation occurs in client-therapist relationships that foster a sense of safety and allow for encounters at relational depth. Recent advances in neurobiological research show that brain functioning and neural rewiring can be enhanced through these therapies.

With research underpinning our therapies, facilitating such relationships of co-presence where positive change can occur for clients has become more significant than ever. This is why transformation through relationship is the essence of therapy and the theme of our conference.

The conference will provide opportunities to engage in dialogue around a range of explorative questions, such as:

  • What is person-centred and experiential therapy?
  • What does it mean to be working at relational depth?
  • What is the self?
  • How do we engage with others to transform and heal through the relationship?

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