HPCSA Accredited Courses

HPCSA CPD Accredited for 1 CEU in Ethics, level 1 - "Every child has his or her own dignity. If a child is to be constitutionally imagined as an individual with a distinctive personality, and not merely as a miniature adult waiting to reach full size, he or she cannot be treated as a mere extension of his or her parents, umbilically destined to sink or swim with them..." Judge Albie Sachs in S v M

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5 Lessons
HPCSA accredited for 1 CEU. It is important for psychologists to have a basic understanding of the legal consequences that spouses face when they have to negotiate a deed of settlement and resolve disputes relating to wealth, finances and children. Clients mostly are not in control of these legal processes, and this lack of control is one of the biggest reasons for their stress.

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7 Lessons
HPCSA Accredited for 3 CEU's. It is important that we attach meaning to the things we do, because without it, it will be difficult to sustain our motivation or energy (Sterrett, 2014). Even in doing this course, we may find that if we are aware of why we are doing it, maybe to contribute to our clients’ purpose, meaning, motivation and values, we may be more motivated to finish the course. Image: The Piano, Nieu Bethesda, photo by Jenny Pape

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7 Lessons
HPCSA Accredited for 2 CEU's. This Self-Care Space will guide healthcare professionals to keep on finding the balance between being a container for patients’ and clients’ traumas, losses, and physical and mental illnesses on the one hand, and focusing on their own emotional, mental and physical health on the other hand, so to promote emotional resilience.

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HPCSA accredited for 6 CEU's. To be fully present for your clients and the people that surround you, you need to become fully present for yourself first. You need to lean in lightly and acknowledge your pleasant and unpleasant feelings, accompanying thoughts, bodily sensations and breathing first. In this way, you can become a calm container for your clients. Research suggests that daily mindfulness can lead to stronger immunity, better focus and resilience, self- and other -compassion, dealing better with stress and preventing burnout and compassion fatigue of healthcare professionals.

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7 Lessons