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Webinar: A Breach of Trust – Working with Infidelity and Betrayal

27 March 2024 @ 5:30 pm 8:00 pm

Wednesday, March 27, 2024. Infidelity and betrayal affects many families and relationships, and presents in a myriad of ways, from broken promises to full-blown affairs. The damage to relationships and individuals can be profound, traumatic and lifelong. For therapist, working with infidelity and betrayal in clinical settings can be complicated. Often adding a degree of confusion in knowing where to start and how to best to support clients. This presentation, with a focus on Couples Therapy, will provide a snapshot and overview that will add insight to your work with clients from a Gestalt psychotherapeutic approach. It will be of benefit to practitioners working with individuals, couples or families. The presentation will offer opportunities for group discussions. Sharing techniques and interventions that attendees use, in their work towards supporting relationship repair and healing.

This presentation will benefit you in:

• Understanding the contemporary therapeutic thinking around Infidelity & Betrayal

• Providing an overview of recovery from relationship ‘crisis to renewal’ through a therapeutic process

• The importance of working with trust and forgiveness.

• Considering what meaningful & effective intervention will be of best support for your clients

• Opportunities to reflect on and avoid common issues that hinder a therapeutic process.

About your Presenter:

Sean Tonnet (MGest) has been working with people for over 30 years and as a full time clinical psychotherapist, clinical supervisor and international facilitator for the past 17 years. His reputed and respected practice reflects his comprehensive training and clinical excellence in therapy and facilitation. Specialising in relationships, Sean has over 16,000 case hours working with couples and exceptional experience in workshop development and delivery. He melds creative, relational Gestalt methods and contemporary psychotherapy, neurobiology and mindfulness practices within a safe and learning environment. His work has been reviewed in radio, television and in print. Recently, Sean’s work with international band Parkway Drive, was a feature of the ABC Australia Story “Getting Heavy”. Sean is a highly sought after therapist and facilitator across Australia.


GANZ Members: $45. Non-GANZ Members: $95

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