9/150 Hay St, Subiaco WA 6008

Public Courses

See our upcoming schedule of courses below & book your space online now. If you can’t find the course you’re looking for, then please contact us to let us know &/or sign-up to our newsletter to be notified of additions to our upcoming schedule.

Group bookings

If you have a team/group of people that require training, feel free to book online on any upcoming public course. However, we can also provide dedicated courses just for you - at our premises or yours - from our catalogue or bespoke. Please contact us so that we can discuss your exact needs.

We offer many more courses than we have in our upcoming schedule at any one time. Don’t forget to check out our full catalogue to see what we can provide.

Empathy in Action

The transformative power of deep understanding. Empathy is a key element of Emotional Intelligence and has been hailed as a twenty-first century “superpower” for anyone dealing with human beings. Going far beyond intellectual understanding or sympathy, which might be considered “feeling for” someone, empathy is all about “feeling with”.

Managing Challenging Personalities

Diverse personalities and how to engage them. This evidence-driven session draws on psychological research to develop skills for communicating with people with a wide range of perspectives, behaviours, attitudes and approaches.

Dignity of Risk

Balancing human rights with duty of care. The right to take personal risks and make our own mistakes is fundamental to our humanity, independence and sense of self. Taking risks and experiencing the occasional spectacular failure is how we learn and grow as human beings and is central to the human experience. Regardless of vulnerabilities, part of ensuring human dignity is allowing each person the right to take their own risks and make their own choices.

Mental Health First Aid

Acclaimed evidence-based training and Mental Health First Aid accreditation. This internationally recognised course was developed at the Centre for Mental Health Research at Australian National University and is now delivered across 20 countries around the world.

Debriefing Skills

Reflection, review and resilience. Debriefing is a critical professional skill which can mean the difference between rectifying issues with continuous improvement and continually repeating the same experiences.

Enhanced Memory

Memory tools for easier recall and improved performance. So much of what we do in life relies on our working or long-term memory skills. Yet the digital age has seen the erosion of human memory skills in many countries. Most people significantly underutilise their memory capacity.

Understanding Dissociation

Develop awareness and provide better support. Dissociation is a mental process where a person disconnects from their thoughts, feelings, memories or sense of identity. Surprisingly common, dissociation is the third most common psychological disorder - after depression and anxiety.

Advanced De-escalation Skills

Specialist skills for volatile situations. Following on from our popular “De-escalating Conflict and Aggression”, this more advanced course further develops skills in preventing violence and responding to aggression.

Gender and Sexuality: Diversity and Inclusion

Improving inclusion and customising support. A person’s sexual orientation and gender identity can have a profound impact on their experiences and their service needs.

Positive Psychology and Resilience

Evidence-driven tools for wellbeing. Drawing on decades of peer-reviewed research, this course explores what is required for human flourishing, and offers a suite of practical tools to help everyone live an optimal life.

Trauma Informed Care

Reactions, realities and recovery. The experience of trauma has a ripple effect throughout a person’s lifetime. It can influence the way they think, work, form relationships and the choices they make – years after the traumatic incident.

Persuasive Psychology

Engage, influence and persuade. It takes more than facts to shift someone else’s thinking. Often we are more influenced by factors such as rapport, dissonance, identification with the speaker and the emotional impact of an argument.