"Thanks you have given me a real confidence boost to use Zoom/ Online platforms!"
"Really liked applying tools that I would use in a face-to face session and bringing into zoom environment"
Gain confidence and have fun learning to use the digital whiteboard in the Zoom app in this LIVE 90 minute webinar.
This interactive webinar introduces you to a variety of possibilities for therapeutic engagement and process using the Zoom digital platform in online therapy. This technology can enable your clients and family groups to interact with each other and you with creativity and quite a bit of fun.
You and your clients can use the whiteboard together to explore issues, answer questions, draw timelines, choose colours, draw symbols to express emotions and values, and visibly track the evolving conversations and understandings. Some Narrative Therapy examples using the externalising approach will be used to illustrate how to name, scale and map problems using the whiteboard.
This approach to remote therapy is the way of the future. In this webinar, Kim will guide you to explore how this technology can be used in a safe and supportive setting.
The created work can capture the essence of a session, show changes in thinking, be a safe place to look backwards into childhood or forwards into the ‘what next?’ It can be saved and emailed to your client for their reflection and allow a sense of progress in therapy.
This is the beginning of how therapy and technology will interact over the next decade. Cast aside your fears of needing to be tech savvy, as no IT skills are required. Kim will show you how it’s done.
By the end of the webinar you will:
Live webinar will be run live on
Monday 12th April 11.30am - 1pm AEST
Wednesday 16th June 6.30 - 8pm AEST
Numbers limited to 15 people.
Presenter - Kim Billington, Narrative Therapist
Kim has been facilitating groups and workshops about storytelling, parenting, emotional intelligence and creative therapeutic work for over 25 years. She enjoys passing forward her ever-evolving counselling skills and knowledge, supporting and inspiring practitioners to discover their own style and ways to connect with their clients.
Kim’s current work includes child and family counselling, co-facilitating Men’s Behaviour Change programs and clinical supervising at Monash University.
Methods and tools in Kim’s therapeutic toolbox include, Mindfulness, Narrative Therapy, ACT, Creative Expressive Arts, Existential Therapy, befriending emotions using metaphors and storytelling, Tree of Life work and creative timelines to understand the life-long emergence of identity.
You will need to have a device you can use other than your phone (with a camera) so you can participate in this interactive learning webinar.