As a driven psychologist, counsellor, social worker or mental health care worker , you understand that running and growing your business requires razor-sharp focus. Developing strong decision-making skills is just that a skill. We know it isn’t always easy. We have a proven process that helps psychologists set-up their own equine assisted psychology practice: Increased team engagement and improved culture, all while creating the lifestyle of your choice.
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Evidence based approach
Since 2010 Naomi has been working and training with horses to work with them in therapy with people. Her experience has enabled her to write ‘Hoofprints for setting up a equine assisted therapy clinical’. She has learnt the hard way and is here to help you not make the same mistakes. She is passionate about horses and working with them and keen to share her knowledge with you.
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Professional Development in Rapport, Assessment, Psychological Evidence based interventions, DIagnosis and Client CAre.
Learning to become a mental health professional is based on rapport building skills, and learning the fundamentals of clinical assessment, treatment plans and psychological interventions. All these skills are the based and foundation to your clinical skills and client care.
Reflective practice is an essential skill to develop and can be used in any area of life. In supervision it is part of your professional and personal development. It helps us review past actions and situations. It also allows us to review and explore our emotional responses, and actions and reflect on the process and into the future.
The end goal is to improvement as a mental health professional in service delivery for people, their families and carers, and enhanced job satisfaction for psychologists. Supervision is not a therapeutic relationship but a professional one and somethings it is productive for professional learning to access personal therapy. We all have them.
Professional Ethics: Personal, Professional and CLient Care
Australian Psychologist’s have a strict code of ethics. APS Code of Ethics is a requirement of registration as a psychologist in Australia.
The Australian Association of Social Workers has a key code of ethics for social workers.
All those wishing to register with key associations and become psychologists and social workers, during your supervision and training ethics is an integral part of your learning as it will guide and assist you make many professional and person decisions during your career.
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Harnessing Wellness Psychology, Naomi Rossthorn and associates acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as Australia’s First People and the Traditional Custodians of the lands across Australia. We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging.