The Accidental Counsellor Training Goes Digital
With Zoom Video Conferencing

Same Insight, Same Facilitator, Same Quality Content with a Different Delivery Method

    Aug
    26
    Wed
    2020
    Accidental Counsellor Training Sydney August 2020 @ York Events
    Aug 26 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
    THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING

    For Anyone Not Trained As A Counsellor But Often Find Themselves in Counselling Situations By Accident.

    As an Accidental Counsellor you are not a qualified Counsellor and you don’t do therapy. However, regardless of title or qualification you are an Accidental Counsellor.

    Accidental Counsellors are people who find they are placed in a counselling/mentoring/coaching role by accident, as a result of requests for help from friends, colleagues, clients or others.

    THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING will focus on 3 core themes:

    • Wellbeing
    • Connection
    • Influence

    WELLBEING

    As an Accidental Counsellor a focus on your wellbeing and self care is essential to avoid burnout.

    A focus on your wellbeing and self-care allows you to connect to the stories of pain and suffering you hear from the people you support.

    CONNECT

    We connect to people’s stories of pain and suffering by listening and acknowledging and validity what their experience.

    It’s with this deep connection that safety and trust increases and the person begins to calm down. Then if appropriate you can ask questions to help the person discover their “next best step”.

    INFLUENCE

    Using practical “Solution Focused” questions and language patterns means you are not giving advice but more facilitating and empowering the person to take their next best step.

    AREAS COVERED IN THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING INCLUDE

    – Evidence based Wellbeing strategies from the field of Positive Psychology

    – Connection processes including reflective listening and the Perception Process

    – How to influence using Solution Focused Communication

    – and much more!

    The Accidental Counsellor Training live event has been conducted all over Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia to over 10,000 people!

    Created by Rocky Biasi in 2008 receiving stellar reviews from all in attendance. Book your spot now to ensure you don’t miss out.

    What attendees have said about the workshops:

    What a fantastic training course! We have had nothing but positive feedback and I think you reached deep into the hearts and minds of many of our volunteers.

    Anna Partridge – Wayside Chapel

    The one-day workshop I attended and the online videos I watched prior to attending have given me so much comfort and so many strategies, rationales and frameworks that I can use in both my professional life and my personal life.

    Ouranita Karadimas – Holroyd High School

    Professional Learning Hours

    The Accidental Counsellor Training is endorsed by NESA, TQI and the Australian Community Service Workers Association.

    Who Should Attend?

    Anyone who finds themselves supporting people in emotional distress without formal counselling skills.

    Details

    Full one day workshop

    Registration from 8.45am, workshop runs from 9.00am – 4.00pm

    Morning and Afternoon tea included. Lunch is your own responsibility.

    Refund policy

    All registrations for tickets are final. No refunds are available, however tickets may be transferred to another individual if you are unable to attend.

    Aug
    27
    Thu
    2020
    Accidental Counsellor Training Brisbane August 2020 @ Mantra on Queen Brisbane CBD
    Aug 27 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

    THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING

    For Anyone Not Trained As A Counsellor But Often Find Themselves in Counselling Situations By Accident.

    As an Accidental Counsellor you are not a qualified Counsellor and you don’t do therapy. However, regardless of title or qualification you are an Accidental Counsellor.

    Accidental Counsellors are people who find they are placed in a counselling/mentoring/coaching role by accident, as a result of requests for help from friends, colleagues, clients or others.

    THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING will focus on 3 core themes:

    • Wellbeing
    • Connection
    • Influence

    WELLBEING

    As an Accidental Counsellor a focus on your wellbeing and self care is essential to avoid burnout.

    A focus on your wellbeing and self-care allows you to connect to the stories of pain and suffering you hear from the people you support.

    CONNECT

    We connect to people’s stories of pain and suffering by listening and acknowledging and validity what their experience.

    It’s with this deep connection that safety and trust increases and the person begins to calm down. Then if appropriate you can ask questions to help the person discover their “next best step”.

    INFLUENCE

    Using practical “Solution Focused” questions and language patterns means you are not giving advice but more facilitating and empowering the person to take their next best step.

    AREAS COVERED IN THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING INCLUDE

    – Evidence based Wellbeing strategies from the field of Positive Psychology

    – Connection processes including reflective listening and the Perception Process

    – How to influence using Solution Focused Communication

    – and much more!

    The Accidental Counsellor Training live event has been conducted all over Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia to over 10,000 people!

    Created by Rocky Biasi in 2008 receiving stellar reviews from all in attendance. Book your spot now to ensure you don’t miss out.

    What attendees have said about the workshops:

    What a fantastic training course! We have had nothing but positive feedback and I think you reached deep into the hearts and minds of many of our volunteers.

    Anna Partridge – Wayside Chapel

    The one-day workshop I attended and the online videos I watched prior to attending have given me so much comfort and so many strategies, rationales and frameworks that I can use in both my professional life and my personal life.

    Ouranita Karadimas – Holroyd High School

    Professional Learning Hours

    The Accidental Counsellor Training is endorsed by NESA, TQI and the Australian Community Service Workers Association.

    Who Should Attend?

    Anyone who finds themselves supporting people in emotional distress without formal counselling skills.

    Details

    Full one day workshop

    Registration from 8.45am, workshop runs from 9.00am – 4.00pm

    Morning and Afternoon tea included. Lunch is your own responsibility.

    Refund policy

    All registrations for tickets are final. No refunds are available, however tickets may be transferred to another individual if you are unable to attend.

    Sep
    1
    Tue
    2020
    Accidental Counsellor Training Wollongong 2020 @ The Fraternity Club
    Sep 1 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

    THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING

    For Anyone Not Trained As A Counsellor But Often Find Themselves in Counselling Situations By Accident.

    As an Accidental Counsellor you are not a qualified Counsellor and you don’t do therapy. However, regardless of title or qualification you are an Accidental Counsellor.

    Accidental Counsellors are people who find they are placed in a counselling/mentoring/coaching role by accident, as a result of requests for help from friends, colleagues, clients or others.

    THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING will focus on 3 core themes:

    • Wellbeing
    • Connection
    • Influence

    WELLBEING

    As an Accidental Counsellor a focus on your wellbeing and self care is essential to avoid burnout.

    A focus on your wellbeing and self-care allows you to connect to the stories of pain and suffering you hear from the people you support.

    CONNECT

    We connect to people’s stories of pain and suffering by listening and acknowledging and validity what their experience.

    It’s with this deep connection that safety and trust increases and the person begins to calm down. Then if appropriate you can ask questions to help the person discover their “next best step”.

    INFLUENCE

    Using practical “Solution Focused” questions and language patterns means you are not giving advice but more facilitating and empowering the person to take their next best step.

    AREAS COVERED IN THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING INCLUDE

    – Evidence based Wellbeing strategies from the field of Positive Psychology

    – Connection processes including reflective listening and the Perception Process

    – How to influence using Solution Focused Communication

    – and much more!

    The Accidental Counsellor Training live event has been conducted all over Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia to over 10,000 people!

    Created by Rocky Biasi in 2008 receiving stellar reviews from all in attendance. Book your spot now to ensure you don’t miss out.

    What attendees have said about the workshops:

    What a fantastic training course! We have had nothing but positive feedback and I think you reached deep into the hearts and minds of many of our volunteers.

    Anna Partridge – Wayside Chapel

    The one-day workshop I attended and the online videos I watched prior to attending have given me so much comfort and so many strategies, rationales and frameworks that I can use in both my professional life and my personal life.

    Ouranita Karadimas – Holroyd High School

    Professional Learning Hours

    The Accidental Counsellor Training is endorsed by NESA, TQI and the Australian Community Service Workers Association.

    Who Should Attend?

    Anyone who finds themselves supporting people in emotional distress without formal counselling skills.

    Details

    Full one day workshop

    Registration from 8.45am, workshop runs from 9.00am – 4.00pm

    Morning and Afternoon tea included. Lunch is your own responsibility.

    Refund policy

    All registrations for tickets are final. No refunds are available, however tickets may be transferred to another individual if you are unable to attend.

    Sep
    7
    Mon
    2020
    Accidental Counsellor Training Albury 2020 @ Albury Commercial Club
    Sep 7 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

    THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING

    For Anyone Not Trained As A Counsellor But Often Find Themselves in Counselling Situations By Accident.

    As an Accidental Counsellor you are not a qualified Counsellor and you don’t do therapy. However, regardless of title or qualification you are an Accidental Counsellor.

    Accidental Counsellors are people who find they are placed in a counselling/mentoring/coaching role by accident, as a result of requests for help from friends, colleagues, clients or others.

    THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING will focus on 3 core themes:

    • Wellbeing
    • Connection
    • Influence

    WELLBEING

    As an Accidental Counsellor a focus on your wellbeing and self care is essential to avoid burnout.

    A focus on your wellbeing and self-care allows you to connect to the stories of pain and suffering you hear from the people you support.

    CONNECT

    We connect to people’s stories of pain and suffering by listening and acknowledging and validity what their experience.

    It’s with this deep connection that safety and trust increases and the person begins to calm down. Then if appropriate you can ask questions to help the person discover their “next best step”.

    INFLUENCE

    Using practical “Solution Focused” questions and language patterns means you are not giving advice but more facilitating and empowering the person to take their next best step.

    AREAS COVERED IN THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING INCLUDE

    – Evidence based Wellbeing strategies from the field of Positive Psychology

    – Connection processes including reflective listening and the Perception Process

    – How to influence using Solution Focused Communication

    – and much more!

    The Accidental Counsellor Training live event has been conducted all over Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia to over 10,000 people!

    Created by Rocky Biasi in 2008 receiving stellar reviews from all in attendance. Book your spot now to ensure you don’t miss out.

    What attendees have said about the workshops:

    What a fantastic training course! We have had nothing but positive feedback and I think you reached deep into the hearts and minds of many of our volunteers.

    Anna Partridge – Wayside Chapel

    The one-day workshop I attended and the online videos I watched prior to attending have given me so much comfort and so many strategies, rationales and frameworks that I can use in both my professional life and my personal life.

    Ouranita Karadimas – Holroyd High School

    Professional Learning Hours

    The Accidental Counsellor Training is endorsed by NESA, TQI and the Australian Community Service Workers Association.

    Who Should Attend?

    Anyone who finds themselves supporting people in emotional distress without formal counselling skills.

    Details

    Full one day workshop

    Registration from 8.45am, workshop runs from 9.00am – 4.00pm

    Morning and Afternoon tea included. Lunch is your own responsibility.

    Refund policy

    All registrations for tickets are final. No refunds are available, however tickets may be transferred to another individual if you are unable to attend.

    Sep
    14
    Mon
    2020
    Accidental Counsellor Training Penrith 2020 @ Penrith RSL
    Sep 14 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

    THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING

    For Anyone Not Trained As A Counsellor But Often Find Themselves in Counselling Situations By Accident.

    As an Accidental Counsellor you are not a qualified Counsellor and you don’t do therapy. However, regardless of title or qualification you are an Accidental Counsellor.

    Accidental Counsellors are people who find they are placed in a counselling/mentoring/coaching role by accident, as a result of requests for help from friends, colleagues, clients or others.

    THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING will focus on 3 core themes:

    • Wellbeing
    • Connection
    • Influence

    WELLBEING

    As an Accidental Counsellor a focus on your wellbeing and self care is essential to avoid burnout.

    A focus on your wellbeing and self-care allows you to connect to the stories of pain and suffering you hear from the people you support.

    CONNECT

    We connect to people’s stories of pain and suffering by listening and acknowledging and validity what their experience.

    It’s with this deep connection that safety and trust increases and the person begins to calm down. Then if appropriate you can ask questions to help the person discover their “next best step”.

    INFLUENCE

    Using practical “Solution Focused” questions and language patterns means you are not giving advice but more facilitating and empowering the person to take their next best step.

    AREAS COVERED IN THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING INCLUDE

    – Evidence based Wellbeing strategies from the field of Positive Psychology

    – Connection processes including reflective listening and the Perception Process

    – How to influence using Solution Focused Communication

    – and much more!

    The Accidental Counsellor Training live event has been conducted all over Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia to over 10,000 people!

    Created by Rocky Biasi in 2008 receiving stellar reviews from all in attendance. Book your spot now to ensure you don’t miss out.

    What attendees have said about the workshops:

    What a fantastic training course! We have had nothing but positive feedback and I think you reached deep into the hearts and minds of many of our volunteers.

    Anna Partridge – Wayside Chapel

    The one-day workshop I attended and the online videos I watched prior to attending have given me so much comfort and so many strategies, rationales and frameworks that I can use in both my professional life and my personal life.

    Ouranita Karadimas – Holroyd High School

    Professional Learning Hours

    The Accidental Counsellor Training is endorsed by NESA, TQI and the Australian Community Service Workers Association.

    Who Should Attend?

    Anyone who finds themselves supporting people in emotional distress without formal counselling skills.

    Details

    Full one day workshop

    Registration from 8.45am, workshop runs from 9.00am – 4.00pm

    Morning and Afternoon tea included. Lunch is your own responsibility.

    Refund policy

    All registrations for tickets are final. No refunds are available, however tickets may be transferred to another individual if you are unable to attend.

    Oct
    16
    Fri
    2020
    Accidental Counsellor Training Dubbo 2020 @ Dubbo RSL Club
    Oct 16 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

    THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING

    For Anyone Not Trained As A Counsellor But Often Find Themselves in Counselling Situations By Accident.

    As an Accidental Counsellor you are not a qualified Counsellor and you don’t do therapy. However, regardless of title or qualification you are an Accidental Counsellor.

    Accidental Counsellors are people who find they are placed in a counselling/mentoring/coaching role by accident, as a result of requests for help from friends, colleagues, clients or others.

    THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING will focus on 3 core themes:

    • Wellbeing
    • Connection
    • Influence

    WELLBEING

    As an Accidental Counsellor a focus on your wellbeing and self care is essential to avoid burnout.

    A focus on your wellbeing and self-care allows you to connect to the stories of pain and suffering you hear from the people you support.

    CONNECT

    We connect to people’s stories of pain and suffering by listening and acknowledging and validity what their experience.

    It’s with this deep connection that safety and trust increases and the person begins to calm down. Then if appropriate you can ask questions to help the person discover their “next best step”.

    INFLUENCE

    Using practical “Solution Focused” questions and language patterns means you are not giving advice but more facilitating and empowering the person to take their next best step.

    AREAS COVERED IN THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING INCLUDE

    – Evidence based Wellbeing strategies from the field of Positive Psychology

    – Connection processes including reflective listening and the Perception Process

    – How to influence using Solution Focused Communication

    – and much more!

    The Accidental Counsellor Training live event has been conducted all over Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia to over 10,000 people!

    Created by Rocky Biasi in 2008 receiving stellar reviews from all in attendance. Book your spot now to ensure you don’t miss out.

    What attendees have said about the workshops:

    What a fantastic training course! We have had nothing but positive feedback and I think you reached deep into the hearts and minds of many of our volunteers.

    Anna Partridge – Wayside Chapel

    The one-day workshop I attended and the online videos I watched prior to attending have given me so much comfort and so many strategies, rationales and frameworks that I can use in both my professional life and my personal life.

    Ouranita Karadimas – Holroyd High School

    Professional Learning Hours

    The Accidental Counsellor Training is endorsed by NESA, TQI and the Australian Community Service Workers Association.

    Who Should Attend?

    Anyone who finds themselves supporting people in emotional distress without formal counselling skills.

    Details

    Full one day workshop

    Registration from 8.45am, workshop runs from 9.00am – 4.00pm

    Morning and Afternoon tea included. Lunch is your own responsibility.

    Refund policy

    All registrations for tickets are final. No refunds are available, however tickets may be transferred to another individual if you are unable to attend.

    Oct
    21
    Wed
    2020
    Accidental Counsellor Training Sydney October 2020 @ York Events
    Oct 21 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

    THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING

    For Anyone Not Trained As A Counsellor But Often Find Themselves in Counselling Situations By Accident.

    As an Accidental Counsellor you are not a qualified Counsellor and you don’t do therapy. However, regardless of title or qualification you are an Accidental Counsellor.

    Accidental Counsellors are people who find they are placed in a counselling/mentoring/coaching role by accident, as a result of requests for help from friends, colleagues, clients or others.

    THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING will focus on 3 core themes:

    • Wellbeing
    • Connection
    • Influence

    WELLBEING

    As an Accidental Counsellor a focus on your wellbeing and self care is essential to avoid burnout.

    A focus on your wellbeing and self-care allows you to connect to the stories of pain and suffering you hear from the people you support.

    CONNECT

    We connect to people’s stories of pain and suffering by listening and acknowledging and validity what their experience.

    It’s with this deep connection that safety and trust increases and the person begins to calm down. Then if appropriate you can ask questions to help the person discover their “next best step”.

    INFLUENCE

    Using practical “Solution Focused” questions and language patterns means you are not giving advice but more facilitating and empowering the person to take their next best step.

    AREAS COVERED IN THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING INCLUDE

    – Evidence based Wellbeing strategies from the field of Positive Psychology

    – Connection processes including reflective listening and the Perception Process

    – How to influence using Solution Focused Communication

    – and much more!

    The Accidental Counsellor Training live event has been conducted all over Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia to over 10,000 people!

    Created by Rocky Biasi in 2008 receiving stellar reviews from all in attendance. Book your spot now to ensure you don’t miss out.

    What attendees have said about the workshops:

    What a fantastic training course! We have had nothing but positive feedback and I think you reached deep into the hearts and minds of many of our volunteers.

    Anna Partridge – Wayside Chapel

    The one-day workshop I attended and the online videos I watched prior to attending have given me so much comfort and so many strategies, rationales and frameworks that I can use in both my professional life and my personal life.

    Ouranita Karadimas – Holroyd High School

    Professional Learning Hours

    The Accidental Counsellor Training is endorsed by NESA, TQI and the Australian Community Service Workers Association.

    Who Should Attend?

    Anyone who finds themselves supporting people in emotional distress without formal counselling skills.

    Details

    Full one day workshop

    Registration from 8.45am, workshop runs from 9.00am – 4.00pm

    Morning and Afternoon tea included. Lunch is your own responsibility.

    Refund policy

    All registrations for tickets are final. No refunds are available, however tickets may be transferred to another individual if you are unable to attend.

    Oct
    22
    Thu
    2020
    Accidental Counsellor Training Melbourne October 2020 @ Mantra Southbank
    Oct 22 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

    THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING

    For Anyone Not Trained As A Counsellor But Often Find Themselves in Counselling Situations By Accident.

    As an Accidental Counsellor you are not a qualified Counsellor and you don’t do therapy. However, regardless of title or qualification you are an Accidental Counsellor.

    Accidental Counsellors are people who find they are placed in a counselling/mentoring/coaching role by accident, as a result of requests for help from friends, colleagues, clients or others.

    THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING will focus on 3 core themes:

    • Wellbeing
    • Connection
    • Influence

    WELLBEING

    As an Accidental Counsellor a focus on your wellbeing and self care is essential to avoid burnout.

    A focus on your wellbeing and self-care allows you to connect to the stories of pain and suffering you hear from the people you support.

    CONNECT

    We connect to people’s stories of pain and suffering by listening and acknowledging and validity what their experience.

    It’s with this deep connection that safety and trust increases and the person begins to calm down. Then if appropriate you can ask questions to help the person discover their “next best step”.

    INFLUENCE

    Using practical “Solution Focused” questions and language patterns means you are not giving advice but more facilitating and empowering the person to take their next best step.

    AREAS COVERED IN THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING INCLUDE

    – Evidence based Wellbeing strategies from the field of Positive Psychology

    – Connection processes including reflective listening and the Perception Process

    – How to influence using Solution Focused Communication

    – and much more!

    The Accidental Counsellor Training live event has been conducted all over Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia to over 10,000 people!

    Created by Rocky Biasi in 2008 receiving stellar reviews from all in attendance. Book your spot now to ensure you don’t miss out.

    What attendees have said about the workshops:

    What a fantastic training course! We have had nothing but positive feedback and I think you reached deep into the hearts and minds of many of our volunteers.

    Anna Partridge – Wayside Chapel

    The one-day workshop I attended and the online videos I watched prior to attending have given me so much comfort and so many strategies, rationales and frameworks that I can use in both my professional life and my personal life.

    Ouranita Karadimas – Holroyd High School

    Professional Learning Hours

    The Accidental Counsellor Training is endorsed by NESA, TQI and the Australian Community Service Workers Association.

    Who Should Attend?

    Anyone who finds themselves supporting people in emotional distress without formal counselling skills.

    Details

    Full one day workshop

    Registration from 8.45am, workshop runs from 9.00am – 4.00pm

    Morning and Afternoon tea included. Lunch is your own responsibility.

    Refund policy

    All registrations for tickets are final. No refunds are available, however tickets may be transferred to another individual if you are unable to attend.

    Oct
    23
    Fri
    2020
    Accidental Counsellor Training Bendigo 2020 @ The Hotel Shamrock
    Oct 23 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

    THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING

    For Anyone Not Trained As A Counsellor But Often Find Themselves in Counselling Situations By Accident.

    As an Accidental Counsellor you are not a qualified Counsellor and you don’t do therapy. However, regardless of title or qualification you are an Accidental Counsellor.

    Accidental Counsellors are people who find they are placed in a counselling/mentoring/coaching role by accident, as a result of requests for help from friends, colleagues, clients or others.

    THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING will focus on 3 core themes:

    • Wellbeing
    • Connection
    • Influence

    WELLBEING

    As an Accidental Counsellor a focus on your wellbeing and self care is essential to avoid burnout.

    A focus on your wellbeing and self-care allows you to connect to the stories of pain and suffering you hear from the people you support.

    CONNECT

    We connect to people’s stories of pain and suffering by listening and acknowledging and validity what their experience.

    It’s with this deep connection that safety and trust increases and the person begins to calm down. Then if appropriate you can ask questions to help the person discover their “next best step”.

    INFLUENCE

    Using practical “Solution Focused” questions and language patterns means you are not giving advice but more facilitating and empowering the person to take their next best step.

    AREAS COVERED IN THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING INCLUDE

    – Evidence based Wellbeing strategies from the field of Positive Psychology

    – Connection processes including reflective listening and the Perception Process

    – How to influence using Solution Focused Communication

    – and much more!

    The Accidental Counsellor Training live event has been conducted all over Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia to over 10,000 people!

    Created by Rocky Biasi in 2008 receiving stellar reviews from all in attendance. Book your spot now to ensure you don’t miss out.

    What attendees have said about the workshops:

    What a fantastic training course! We have had nothing but positive feedback and I think you reached deep into the hearts and minds of many of our volunteers.

    Anna Partridge – Wayside Chapel

    The one-day workshop I attended and the online videos I watched prior to attending have given me so much comfort and so many strategies, rationales and frameworks that I can use in both my professional life and my personal life.

    Ouranita Karadimas – Holroyd High School

    Professional Learning Hours

    The Accidental Counsellor Training is endorsed by NESA, TQI and the Australian Community Service Workers Association.

    Who Should Attend?

    Anyone who finds themselves supporting people in emotional distress without formal counselling skills.

    Details

    Full one day workshop

    Registration from 8.45am, workshop runs from 9.00am – 4.00pm

    Morning and Afternoon tea included. Lunch is your own responsibility.

    Refund policy

    All registrations for tickets are final. No refunds are available, however tickets may be transferred to another individual if you are unable to attend.

    Nov
    2
    Mon
    2020
    Accidental Counsellor Training Newcastle 2020 @ NOAH'S On the Beach
    Nov 2 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

    THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING

    For Anyone Not Trained As A Counsellor But Often Find Themselves in Counselling Situations By Accident.

    As an Accidental Counsellor you are not a qualified Counsellor and you don’t do therapy. However, regardless of title or qualification you are an Accidental Counsellor.

    Accidental Counsellors are people who find they are placed in a counselling/mentoring/coaching role by accident, as a result of requests for help from friends, colleagues, clients or others.

    THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING will focus on 3 core themes:

    • Wellbeing
    • Connection
    • Influence

    WELLBEING

    As an Accidental Counsellor a focus on your wellbeing and self care is essential to avoid burnout.

    A focus on your wellbeing and self-care allows you to connect to the stories of pain and suffering you hear from the people you support.

    CONNECT

    We connect to people’s stories of pain and suffering by listening and acknowledging and validity what their experience.

    It’s with this deep connection that safety and trust increases and the person begins to calm down. Then if appropriate you can ask questions to help the person discover their “next best step”.

    INFLUENCE

    Using practical “Solution Focused” questions and language patterns means you are not giving advice but more facilitating and empowering the person to take their next best step.

    AREAS COVERED IN THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING INCLUDE

    – Evidence based Wellbeing strategies from the field of Positive Psychology

    – Connection processes including reflective listening and the Perception Process

    – How to influence using Solution Focused Communication

    – and much more!

    The Accidental Counsellor Training live event has been conducted all over Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia to over 10,000 people!

    Created by Rocky Biasi in 2008 receiving stellar reviews from all in attendance. Book your spot now to ensure you don’t miss out.

    What attendees have said about the workshops:

    What a fantastic training course! We have had nothing but positive feedback and I think you reached deep into the hearts and minds of many of our volunteers.

    Anna Partridge – Wayside Chapel

    The one-day workshop I attended and the online videos I watched prior to attending have given me so much comfort and so many strategies, rationales and frameworks that I can use in both my professional life and my personal life.

    Ouranita Karadimas – Holroyd High School

    Professional Learning Hours

    The Accidental Counsellor Training is endorsed by NESA, TQI and the Australian Community Service Workers Association.

    Who Should Attend?

    Anyone who finds themselves supporting people in emotional distress without formal counselling skills.

    Details

    Full one day workshop

    Registration from 8.45am, workshop runs from 9.00am – 4.00pm

    Morning and Afternoon tea included. Lunch is your own responsibility.

    Refund policy

    All registrations for tickets are final. No refunds are available, however tickets may be transferred to another individual if you are unable to attend.

    Nov
    4
    Wed
    2020
    Accidental Counsellor Training Coffs Harbour 2020 @ C.ex Coffs
    Nov 4 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

    THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING

    For Anyone Not Trained As A Counsellor But Often Find Themselves in Counselling Situations By Accident.

    As an Accidental Counsellor you are not a qualified Counsellor and you don’t do therapy. However, regardless of title or qualification you are an Accidental Counsellor.

    Accidental Counsellors are people who find they are placed in a counselling/mentoring/coaching role by accident, as a result of requests for help from friends, colleagues, clients or others.

    THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING will focus on 3 core themes:

    • Wellbeing
    • Connection
    • Influence

    WELLBEING

    As an Accidental Counsellor a focus on your wellbeing and self care is essential to avoid burnout.

    A focus on your wellbeing and self-care allows you to connect to the stories of pain and suffering you hear from the people you support.

    CONNECT

    We connect to people’s stories of pain and suffering by listening and acknowledging and validity what their experience.

    It’s with this deep connection that safety and trust increases and the person begins to calm down. Then if appropriate you can ask questions to help the person discover their “next best step”.

    INFLUENCE

    Using practical “Solution Focused” questions and language patterns means you are not giving advice but more facilitating and empowering the person to take their next best step.

    AREAS COVERED IN THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING INCLUDE

    – Evidence based Wellbeing strategies from the field of Positive Psychology

    – Connection processes including reflective listening and the Perception Process

    – How to influence using Solution Focused Communication

    – and much more!

    The Accidental Counsellor Training live event has been conducted all over Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia to over 10,000 people!

    Created by Rocky Biasi in 2008 receiving stellar reviews from all in attendance. Book your spot now to ensure you don’t miss out.

    What attendees have said about the workshops:

    What a fantastic training course! We have had nothing but positive feedback and I think you reached deep into the hearts and minds of many of our volunteers.

    Anna Partridge – Wayside Chapel

    The one-day workshop I attended and the online videos I watched prior to attending have given me so much comfort and so many strategies, rationales and frameworks that I can use in both my professional life and my personal life.

    Ouranita Karadimas – Holroyd High School

    Professional Learning Hours

    The Accidental Counsellor Training is endorsed by NESA, TQI and the Australian Community Service Workers Association.

    Who Should Attend?

    Anyone who finds themselves supporting people in emotional distress without formal counselling skills.

    Details

    Full one day workshop

    Registration from 8.45am, workshop runs from 9.00am – 4.00pm

    Morning and Afternoon tea included. Lunch is your own responsibility.

    Refund policy

    All registrations for tickets are final. No refunds are available, however tickets may be transferred to another individual if you are unable to attend.

    Nov
    6
    Fri
    2020
    Accidental Counsellor Training Kingscliff 2020 @ Kingscliff Beach Bowls Club
    Nov 6 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

    THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING

    For Anyone Not Trained As A Counsellor But Often Find Themselves in Counselling Situations By Accident.

    As an Accidental Counsellor you are not a qualified Counsellor and you don’t do therapy. However, regardless of title or qualification you are an Accidental Counsellor.

    Accidental Counsellors are people who find they are placed in a counselling/mentoring/coaching role by accident, as a result of requests for help from friends, colleagues, clients or others.

    THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING will focus on 3 core themes:

    • Wellbeing
    • Connection
    • Influence

    WELLBEING

    As an Accidental Counsellor a focus on your wellbeing and self care is essential to avoid burnout.

    A focus on your wellbeing and self-care allows you to connect to the stories of pain and suffering you hear from the people you support.

    CONNECT

    We connect to people’s stories of pain and suffering by listening and acknowledging and validity what their experience.

    It’s with this deep connection that safety and trust increases and the person begins to calm down. Then if appropriate you can ask questions to help the person discover their “next best step”.

    INFLUENCE

    Using practical “Solution Focused” questions and language patterns means you are not giving advice but more facilitating and empowering the person to take their next best step.

    AREAS COVERED IN THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING INCLUDE

    – Evidence based Wellbeing strategies from the field of Positive Psychology

    – Connection processes including reflective listening and the Perception Process

    – How to influence using Solution Focused Communication

    – and much more!

    The Accidental Counsellor Training live event has been conducted all over Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia to over 10,000 people!

    Created by Rocky Biasi in 2008 receiving stellar reviews from all in attendance. Book your spot now to ensure you don’t miss out.

    What attendees have said about the workshops:

    What a fantastic training course! We have had nothing but positive feedback and I think you reached deep into the hearts and minds of many of our volunteers.

    Anna Partridge – Wayside Chapel

    The one-day workshop I attended and the online videos I watched prior to attending have given me so much comfort and so many strategies, rationales and frameworks that I can use in both my professional life and my personal life.

    Ouranita Karadimas – Holroyd High School

    Professional Learning Hours

    The Accidental Counsellor Training is endorsed by NESA, TQI and the Australian Community Service Workers Association.

    Who Should Attend?

    Anyone who finds themselves supporting people in emotional distress without formal counselling skills.

    Details

    Full one day workshop

    Registration from 8.45am, workshop runs from 9.00am – 4.00pm

    Morning and Afternoon tea included. Lunch is your own responsibility.

    Refund policy

    All registrations for tickets are final. No refunds are available, however tickets may be transferred to another individual if you are unable to attend.

    Nov
    25
    Wed
    2020
    Accidental Counsellor Training Sydney November 2020 @ York Events
    Nov 25 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

    THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING

    For Anyone Not Trained As A Counsellor But Often Find Themselves in Counselling Situations By Accident.

    As an Accidental Counsellor you are not a qualified Counsellor and you don’t do therapy. However, regardless of title or qualification you are an Accidental Counsellor.

    Accidental Counsellors are people who find they are placed in a counselling/mentoring/coaching role by accident, as a result of requests for help from friends, colleagues, clients or others.

    THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING will focus on 3 core themes:

    • Wellbeing
    • Connection
    • Influence

    WELLBEING

    As an Accidental Counsellor a focus on your wellbeing and self care is essential to avoid burnout.

    A focus on your wellbeing and self-care allows you to connect to the stories of pain and suffering you hear from the people you support.

    CONNECT

    We connect to people’s stories of pain and suffering by listening and acknowledging and validity what their experience.

    It’s with this deep connection that safety and trust increases and the person begins to calm down. Then if appropriate you can ask questions to help the person discover their “next best step”.

    INFLUENCE

    Using practical “Solution Focused” questions and language patterns means you are not giving advice but more facilitating and empowering the person to take their next best step.

    AREAS COVERED IN THE ACCIDENTAL COUNSELLOR TRAINING INCLUDE

    – Evidence based Wellbeing strategies from the field of Positive Psychology

    – Connection processes including reflective listening and the Perception Process

    – How to influence using Solution Focused Communication

    – and much more!

    The Accidental Counsellor Training live event has been conducted all over Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia to over 10,000 people!

    Created by Rocky Biasi in 2008 receiving stellar reviews from all in attendance. Book your spot now to ensure you don’t miss out.

    What attendees have said about the workshops:

    What a fantastic training course! We have had nothing but positive feedback and I think you reached deep into the hearts and minds of many of our volunteers.

    Anna Partridge – Wayside Chapel

    The one-day workshop I attended and the online videos I watched prior to attending have given me so much comfort and so many strategies, rationales and frameworks that I can use in both my professional life and my personal life.

    Ouranita Karadimas – Holroyd High School

    Professional Learning Hours

    The Accidental Counsellor Training is endorsed by NESA, TQI and the Australian Community Service Workers Association.

    Who Should Attend?

    Anyone who finds themselves supporting people in emotional distress without formal counselling skills.

    Details

    Full one day workshop

    Registration from 8.45am, workshop runs from 9.00am – 4.00pm

    Morning and Afternoon tea included. Lunch is your own responsibility.

    Refund policy

    All registrations for tickets are final. No refunds are available, however tickets may be transferred to another individual if you are unable to attend.

    TESTIMONIALS

    What Our Students Say

    I have already used some of the tips I learnt at the training with an irate parent and a cranky student, with great success! Thank you.
    Catherine Pearse
    Heathcote High School

    Hi Rocky,I Have used your techniques twice already and it was FABULOUS! (obviously not seemless – more practise needed) but i had direction and focus and purpose and just a really positive vibe in both conversations. Love it. Thanks heaps.

    Tricia Bradley
    Connect and Influence without Burning Out
    Accidental Counsellor Training
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