Event Calendar

Our Workshop and Webinar dates can be found here

1st May 2020: Wendy is now delivering virtual workshops via Zoom. Scroll down to see our schedule, or sign up for our newsletters to be notified of workshops.

Meanwhile, our various online training courses always available to complete at your own pace.

Online Training

Davaar offers workshops, groups, online training, professional supervision, tailor-made training and webinars to health Professionals, Police, Teachers, and all people working with people. To see details of our online training, select ‘Training’ from the navigation menu at the top of any page. All Davaar training is eligible for CPDs. To read further information about an event, click on the title of the item from this event calendar.

Jun
3
Wed
2020
ZOOM-Professional Boundaries (2-day) @ Zoom Event - meeting ID sent via email
Jun 3 @ 08:30 – 16:15
VIA ZOOM: Virtual Professional Boundaries Workshop.

Safe Professional Boundaries require us to hold the line in our professional role, calling on us to be present & creative in each circumstance.

During this virtual workshop, Dr Wendy McIntosh will discuss and explore with you the foundation stones of professional boundaries. Using a number of actual case scenarios participants will experience the complexities of professional boundaries whilst appreciating the ease with which transgressions occur.

Virtual Professional Boundaries 3 & 4 June, 2020Through exploring the professional boundary framework you will be able to experience the continuum of over- and under- involvement. The workshop provides a discussion and experiential space in which you can identify and practice a range of strategies to assist you to develop and maintain boundaries in your professional role.

This workshop is relevant for those who work in people-related services including healthcare, education, NDIS, police, council, and NGO organisations.

This workshop attracts 7 CPDs and is endorsed by:LogoACMHN

 

 

Psychodrama concepts will be explored to deepen participants experiential learning, helping them gain awareness and more insight.

To get more information or to register for this workshop, Download a .pdf file with more details about this workshop by clicking on the image, and send us your completed form with payment to the address listed.

Feedback from prior participants in Davaar Boundaries workshops:

  • “…my concepts about boundaries were indeed strengthened”
  • “The knowledge I have gained today will give me more confidence in my workplace as a team leader, educator and mentor”
  • “Under- and over-involvement – so relevant in my workplace”
  • “…role play set out your concerns, different sides”
  • “…interpersonal relationships within the team environment and how to be a better team leader”
  • “It was the most rewarding training that I have been involved in for a long time. I can take away strategies to make a real difference to demonstrate safe boundaries to other staff and for my own professional health. Very engaging positive experience”

To register for this Zoom workshop, download the registration form, and send us your completed form with payment to the address listed on the form. 

Jun
26
Fri
2020
ZOOM (UK times)-Looking After Ourselves with Tenderness (various sessions) @ Zoom Event - meeting ID sent via email
Jun 26 @ 09:15 – Jun 27 @ 13:30

Zoom (UK times): Looking After Ourselves with Tenderness – various sessions – presented by Linguist PD & Davaar Consultancy

Compassion fatigue is real and can affect our ability to be effective in our work with people in need of care. It can also cause us to want to withdraw from the very people we are working to support. This workshop will focus on ways to look after ourselves as we provide care for the clients and customers we see.

Self-care and professional boundaries are important practices we can use to reduce the risk of this type of burnout.

Looking after ourselves with Tenderness & Acting with Courage - download info and registration.Using experiential learning (psychodrama), a number of themes will be explored during the sessions including resilience and self-care. The content will be contained within the framework of professional boundaries.

Having clear boundaries with clients, the family of clients, colleagues, and peers is one way of looking after self. In this workshop, the facilitator will integrate the importance of being tender with oneself in order to have tenderness for and with others—even when experiencing high levels of stress.

Choose between a 4-hour introductory workshop (£75), a 6-hour workshop (£120), or a 12-hour deep dive workshop (£240) over 3 days! Hours and more details available in the information sheet. Download here.

During this workshop our objectives will be:

  • To understand the link between professional boundaries and self-care
  • To explore how intrapsychic, interpersonal, organisational and broader systemic factors can influence the professional role you have with another
  • To discuss the importance of transference and counter-transference to guide self-care in professional relationships
  • To understand the link between resilience, stress and boundary transgressions
  • To understand how the experience of tenderness with self is an effective way to self-care
  • To identify strategies to assist and manage stressful situations and professional relationships.

 

CPD available for hours of attendance where applicable.

Click the image to download the flyer with details and registration form.

Jul
1
Wed
2020
ZOOM-Professional Boundaries (1-day) @ Zoom Event - meeting ID sent via email
Jul 1 @ 08:30 – 16:15
VIA ZOOM: Virtual Professional Boundaries in Aged Care Workshop.

Wednesday, 1st July 2020 0900-1230hrs (incl break); 1315-1630hrs (incl break); Lunch 1230-1315hrs Qld Time

Safe Professional Boundaries require us to hold the line in our professional role, calling on us to be present & creative in each circumstance.

During this virtual workshop, Dr Wendy McIntosh will discuss and explore with you the foundation stones of professional boundaries. Using a number of actual case scenarios participants will experience the complexities of professional boundaries whilst appreciating the ease with which transgressions occur.

Professional Boundaries in Aged Care July 2020Through exploring the professional boundary framework you will be able to experience the continuum of over- and under- involvement. The workshop provides a discussion and experiential space in which you can identify and practice a range of strategies to assist you to develop and maintain boundaries in your professional role.

This workshop is relevant for those who work in people-related services including healthcare, education, NDIS, police, council, and NGO organisations.

This workshop attracts 7 CPDs and is endorsed by:LogoACMHN

 

 

Comments from prior participants:

  • “I just wanted to say thank you for running this course, it was absolutely fabulous. I’ve been in my profession for 26 years and it’s such a pleasure to engage with something a little bit different. I recognise that Wendy’s style of teaching and engaging is also a little bit different but I found it fresh, challenging and have taken things away with me. It was worth every penny. Thank you also for the links to webinars which I will be taking a look at – I’m hooked!
  • I’m so glad I said yes to this course and I will be looking with interest at future CPD with yourselves.”
  • “The workshop was very interesting and provided insight towards problem solving and contingencies to consider in respect of boundaries and professional practices. Overall the workshop was very well facilitated to maximise participation by attendees to actually address personal experiences and to better understand the necessity and concept of professional boundaries”.
  • “Brace yourself – you’ll uncover things about yourself, your role and how you feel in the best possible way”.

Psychodrama concepts will be explored to deepen participants experiential learning, helping them gain awareness and more insight.

To get more information or to register for this workshop, Download a .pdf file with more details about this workshop by clicking on the image, and send us your completed form with payment to the address listed.

Feedback from prior participants in Davaar Boundaries workshops:

  • “…my concepts about boundaries were indeed strengthened”
  • “The knowledge I have gained today will give me more confidence in my workplace as a team leader, educator and mentor”
  • “Under- and over-involvement – so relevant in my workplace”
  • “…role play set out your concerns, different sides”
  • “…interpersonal relationships within the team environment and how to be a better team leader”
  • “It was the most rewarding training that I have been involved in for a long time. I can take away strategies to make a real difference to demonstrate safe boundaries to other staff and for my own professional health. Very engaging positive experience”

To register for this Zoom workshop, download the registration form, and send us your completed form with payment to the address listed on the form. 

Jul
4
Sat
2020
ZOOM (UK times)-Looking After Ourselves with Tenderness (3 session times) @ Zoom Event - meeting ID sent via email
Jul 4 @ 09:15 – 13:30

Zoom (UK times): Looking After Ourselves with Tenderness – various sessions – presented by Linguist PD & Davaar Consultancy

Compassion fatigue is real and can affect our ability to be effective in our work with people in need of care. It can also cause us to want to withdraw from the very people we are working to support. This workshop will focus on ways to look after ourselves as we provide care for the clients and customers we see.

Self-care and professional boundaries are important practices we can use to reduce the risk of this type of burnout.

Looking after ourselves with Tenderness & Acting with Courage - download info and registration.Using experiential learning (psychodrama), a number of themes will be explored during the sessions including resilience and self-care. The content will be contained within the framework of professional boundaries.

Having clear boundaries with clients, the family of clients, colleagues, and peers is one way of looking after self. In this workshop, the facilitator will integrate the importance of being tender with oneself in order to have tenderness for and with others—even when experiencing high levels of stress.

Choose between a 4-hour introductory workshop (£75), a 6-hour workshop (£120), or a 12-hour deep dive workshop (£240) over 3 days! Hours and more details available in the information sheet. Download here.

During this workshop our objectives will be:

  • To understand the link between professional boundaries and self-care
  • To explore how intrapsychic, interpersonal, organisational and broader systemic factors can influence the professional role you have with another
  • To discuss the importance of transference and counter-transference to guide self-care in professional relationships
  • To understand the link between resilience, stress and boundary transgressions
  • To understand how the experience of tenderness with self is an effective way to self-care
  • To identify strategies to assist and manage stressful situations and professional relationships.

 

CPD available for hours of attendance where applicable.

Click the image to download the flyer with details and registration form.

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