Presenter: Dr Matthew Bambling
Over 50 years of research has demonstrated the importance of the working alliance for client outcomes in counselling and psychotherapy. The working alliance is probably the most validated process construct in counselling and psychotherapy research.
In this presentation the evidence for the working alliance, its mechanisms as a common factor among all therapies and relationships with outcome, will be presented.
A validated model for conceptualising and managing alliance, based on Matthew Bambling’s own research, will be discussed in detail.
Presenter: Dr Matthew Bambling is a clinical psychologist who coordinates the Master of Mental Health for the University of Queensland. He has researched working alliance and clinical outcomes in psychotherapy and has current large projects for treatment resistant depression.
Matthew also has a busy part time private practice where he works with a variety of client problems and mental health issues.
Where: Relationships Australia. 159 St Pauls Terrace, Spring Hill
When: Friday 5 April, 5 – 7 p.m. Enjoy networking with other counsellors from 5.00pm. Topic presentation starts 5.30pm and concludes at 7.00pm
Please click on this link trybooking.com/461959 to make your online booking now and take advantage of the Early Bird Price.
Early Bird – payment needs to be made by Sunday 24 March 2019
Members: $18 Non Members: $23 QCA Student Members: $16
Members: $23 Non Members: $28 QCA Student Members: $21
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: This event attracts 1.5 Professional Development hours.