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      ABLE|Dublin: February 12th, 28th & March 1st |Early Bird ends 18th January 2019 in Dublin

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      February 12, 2019

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      ABLE|Dublin: February 12th, 28th & March 1st |Early Bird ends 18th January 2019

      Intro: The evidence shows that relationships matter – they affect our mental and physical health and well-being. When people are finding it hard to cope, particularly in their relationships, research has shown that they often turn to a frontline practitioner in their lives whom they already trust. As a frontline practitioner this can be difficult to manage when balancing a heavy caseload. However, adopting a Relational Approach and learning the skills of the brief intervention model, ABLE, strengthens frontline workers' ability to support clients during these times whilst also minding themselves in the process. ABLE furnishes practitioners with the skills and steps involved in building an effective working relationship, establishing boundaries, listening actively and reflectively, and empowering service users to create solutions to their issues. A Relational Approach allows practitioners to be mindful of the relationships which form part of their service user’s and their own working lives, whilst increasing awareness of the impact of relationships on health and well-being, families and communities. Course Aim: Equip frontline practitioners with the knowledge, skills and confidence to adopt a relational approach to their practice and to use a brief intervention model, ABLE, to respond effectively to service user’s in distress. Explore, through the course material, experiential learning exercises and group discussions, the: Brain science evidence linking relational well-being to health outcomes; Benefits of reflective functioning - making sense of what is going on for service user’s and practitioners during their practice; Application of relevant aspects of Infant Mental Health, Attachment Theory and Brain Science to help frontline practitioners better understand their service user’s and colleagues; Evidence based information on relationship stages and key messages from conflict research, with the purpose of helping service users strengthen their own relationships. How will this training help me in my work? The ABLE Training programme will: Allow you to learn the skills of a brief intervention model and have a new process for managing situations with distressed service users; Strengthen your ability to respond effectively to clients in distress using evidence based knowledge; Help you better manage your time, establish boundaries and be mindful of self-care; Enhance your understanding of the impact of relationships on health and wellbeing and your ability to apply this knowledge to practice; Increase your ability to understand what is going on for your service users and to therefore better empathise and relate to your service users; Provide a space where you can reflect on your own practice and increase the awareness of your own role in your interactions with service users. You will have an opportunity to identify areas for improvement whilst also having your capability as a practitioner refreshed, affirmed and expanded. What way will the training benefit my clients/ service users? The emphasis in this training is on early intervention and so service user’s issues are picked up upon and responded to before they escalate or become entrenched. Due to the Client and Family Centred Approach promoted in this training and brief intervention model service user’s will be listened to and empowered to come up with, and action, their own solutions. Key messages about relationships and transitions can be shared with service users thus helping them to better understand their situations and find a way forward. Service users will be provided with opportunities to share concerns and challenges they face in establishing and / maintaining healthy and supportive relationships. Course fees and cancellation policy: €250 is the Early Bird, subsidised fee which is available for those paying up to three weeks before the commencement day of the course. €230 per person is the Group Discount for payment for three or more people on the same course. This group discount is also available up to three weeks prior to the commencement of the course subject to the availability of places. Please contact the Ag Eisteacht office on 021-4536556 to avail of this discount €300 is the Standard Subsidised Fee which is applicable to all bookings made less than three weeks prior to the start date of the course If you are already on our waiting list and have been in contact with us, please wait to recieve your code for payment. If you have any issues around this please contact our team Cancellation Policy Cancellation of a place more than 3 weeks out - refund of €150 Cancellation of a place from 2-3 weeks out- refund of €100 Cancellation of a place from 1-2 weeks out- refund of €50. For cancellations received less than one weeks prior to the commencement of the course unfortunately refunds can not be provided, bar under exceptional circumstances and at the discretion of Ag Eisteacht. Course Contact: If you have any further questions about this training, please contact Stacey by phone 021 4536556 or by email 

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