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Counselling Blenheim, Marlborough

© 2015-2020 by Tatiana Ceban

 

Training, facilitation and presentation
The power of the story. Narrative practices in perinatal mood disorders. 

31st March 2017, PADA (Perinatal Anxiety& Depression Aotearoa) New Zealand, Nelson, New Zealand

 

Narrative therapy techniques can be a magic tool in a wide number of situations where women and members of their families experience difficulty expressing their thoughts, feelings, and experiences during the childbearing time. It might be helpful for those who live remotely and can’t access for different reasons mental health support directly. Narrative therapy can be a respectful and non-blaming approach to psychological support for perinatal mood disorders, which centres people as the experts in their own lives. It can be used widely by health professionals, counsellors and community workers. Narrative therapy helps to externalise oppressive experiences, to move from a problem-focused and saturated perspective and to find alternative solutions. It helps to explore skills, competencies, beliefs, values, commitments, and abilities. It works and helps to reduce the influence of problems in people’s life.

 

Presentation for midwives, social workers, counsellors, GPs, mental health professionals. Read more....

A psychologist’s perspective: Technology and the loss of intimacy. The shaping of a culture by technology, the pros and cons.

25th September 2016, Soap Box series, St.Ninians Presbyterian Church. Blenheim, New Zealand

 

Digital natives and digital immigrants differ significantly in the ways they define personal privacy and the ways they socially engage —including communication, flirting, romancing, and having sex. Identity, intimacy, and imagination have each been reconfigured significantly in recent decades. We make friends, we share our experiences, we celebrate, and we commiserate via the Internet—one world, a growing, interactive community.

 

Presentation for local community. Read more....

 

"Designer Babies”: Ethics and Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) – where are the boundaries?

5th June 2016, Soap Box series, St.Ninians Presbyterian Church. Blenheim, New Zealand

 

Assisted reproduction introduced a number of challenges with which society has to cope. Three

challenges need to be addressed. The first challenge is rather generic: the public trust in science. The

second challenge is specific to human reproduction: ethical and cultural concerns. The third challenge is that assisted reproduction has brought the issue of gender to the forefront, and society is being challenged to re-think the way it views the role of challenged to re-think the way it views the role of women.

 

Presentation for professionals and local community. Read more....

"The Shadow of Unnoticed and Unspoken Grief. Practical Support in Pregnancy and Infant Loss"

17h March 2016, Supporting Families, Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand

 

Narrative therapy techniques can be a magic tool in a wide number of situations where women and members of their families experience difficulty expressing their thoughts, feelings, and experiences during the childbearing time. It might be helpful for those who live remotely and can’t access for different reasons mental health support directly. Narrative therapy can be a respectful and non-blaming approach to psychological support for perinatal mood disorders, which centres people as the experts in their own lives. It can be used widely by health professionals, counsellors and community workers. Narrative therapy helps to externalise oppressive experiences, to move from a problem-focused and saturated perspective and to find alternative solutions. It helps to explore skills, competencies, beliefs, values, commitments, and abilities. It works and helps to reduce the influence of problems in people’s life.

 

Presentation for midwives, social workers, counsellors, GPs, mental health professionals. Read more....