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Knowledge Burst Webinar Series
Welcome to our Recorded Webinar Series with Experts on Childhood Trauma, Attachment and Healing
Our 2020 webinar series featured experts from Australia and overseas exploring critical and contemporary themes relevant to the neurobiology of trauma, attachment and healing. Each webinar is hosted by Dr Joe Tucci, CEO of the Australian Childhood Foundation and involves an informal interview with the experts. Each recorded webinar runs for an hour. As always, we have tried to make our professional development opportunities as affordable as possible, with each webinar costing only $25 (inclusive of GST and any credit card fees) for three months access.
Select your Webinar from the list below
- Stephen Porges. How does our social engagement system cope with COVID19?
Featuring Joe Tucci from Australia and Professor Stephen Porges from the USA. Recorded on 12 May 2020. Run Time: 58 minutes.
- Dan Hughes and Jon Baylin. The importance of relationships in unblocking experiences of care – Traumatised Children and COVID19.
Featuring Joe Tucci, Dan Hughes and Jon Baylin. Recorded on 13 May 2020. Run Time: 60 minutes.
- Dr Gabor Mate. The cost of hidden stress and trauma on the body and mind.
Featuring Joe Tucci from Australia and Doctor Gabor Mate from the USA. Recorded on 30 June 2020. Run Time: 55 minutes.
- Deb Dana. The neuroscience of deep safety in therapy with individuals who have suffered childhood trauma.
Featuring Joe Tucci from Australia and Deb Dana from the USA. Recorded on 14 July 2020. Run Time: 59 minutes.
- Professor Ed Tronick. The importance of relational discord in building intimacy and trust.
Featuring Joe Tucci from Australia and Ed Tronick from the USA. Recorded on 21 July 2020. Run Time: 69 minutes.***There is an audio issue with Ed Tronick’s microphone, which cuts out intermittently during this recording. If you find this too challenging to listen to, please let Spondo or ACF know and we will organise a refund for you or a credit that can be applied to another webinar.***
- Professor Lou Cozolino. Everything you wanted to know about neuroscience but couldn’t ask.
Featuring Joe Tucci from Australia and Lou Cozolino from the USA. Recorded on 30 July 2020. Run Time: 57 minutes.
- Professor Judy Atkinson. Intergenerational Trauma and Healing.
Featuring Joe Tucci and Judy Atkinson. Recorded on 13 August 2020. Run Time: 58 minutes.
- Dr Cathy Malchiodi. Trauma and Expressive Arts Therapy – Imagination in healing processes.
Featuring Joe Tucci and Dr Cathy Malchiodi. Recorded on 1 September 2020. Run Time: 59 minutes.
- Dr Dan Siegel. Explorations of Mind and Presence.
Featuring Joe Tucci from Australia and Dr Dan Siegel from the USA. Recorded on 17 September 2020. Run Time: 59 minutes.
- Dr Ruth Lanius. A neurobiological explanation of self-awareness and the states of mind of severely traumatised people.
Featuring Joe Tucci from Australia and Dr Ruth Lanius from Canada. Recorded on 13 October 2020. Run Time: 56 minutes.
- Dr Christine Courtois. Therapeutic Approaches with People with Complex Stress Disorders.
Featuring Joe Tucci from Australia and Dr Christine Courtois from USA. Recorded on 9 December 2020. Run Time: 58 minutes.
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Login and Payment Instructions
If you would like to buy access, click on the video player for your chosen webinar. Then click the Rent button at the top of the player. If you do not have a promotional code, just click continue. You will be taken to a PayPal or credit card purchase portal. Complete your payment details, including your email.If you have a promotional code, click on the Rent button for your chosen webinar, then enter your code when asked and click continue. You will be asked to enter your details including your email.
Once you have completed this process, you are registered to watch the webinar. The email address you entered during registration/purchase will be your registration email for future access to the webinar. You can come back and watch the recorded webinar at any time for three months by clicking on the Login button and entering your registration email.
If you purchased a ticket to the live webinar, you have a further three months to watch the recording. Click on the Login button and enter your registration email to watch the recording.
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I participate?
Individual webinars are available for a fee. Webinars can be viewed through an internet browser on popular devices including desktops, laptops, tablets, mobiles and smart TVs. Videos are streamed at an adaptive bit rate to ensure viewers receive their best possible experience for their internet connection.
How long do I have to watch a recorded webinar?
Access to the recordings of the webinars is for three months. You may watch as often as you like during that period. After three months or if you did not attend the webinar, access to the recording will cost $25. To watch, click on the video player for the appropriate webinar and either log in or purchase a ticket as described above in the Instructions.
I have a promotional code, where do I apply this?
Just click on the Pay button and enter your code when prompted. Then click continue. If you don’t have a code, just click continue.
Will I get a receipt for my purchase, and how?
Once you have paid, you will receive two receipts, sent to the email that you used when you bought your ticket: a tax invoice/receipt from ACF that describes your purchase and a receipt from PayPal noting that your payment has been accepted. If you have a promotional code, you will only receive one receipt confirming your registration.
I’m registered for GST purposes, can I claim an input tax credit?
Australian viewers that are registered for GST may be entitled to claim an input tax credit for 1/11th of the price they have paid. A tax invoice will be emailed to viewers following their purchase.
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