More than ever, we are living in a world of uncertainty and change, and our well-being depends on how we adapt. In this context, DNA-v provides a growth framework for adults that gives a fresh, creative view of ourselves and our social lives.
This webinar will dive into change and growth and show how you can help adults with their inner world (thoughts, feelings, embodied being) and their outer world (relationships, jobs, and external factors). It is the culmination of years of writing for the new book What Makes You Stronger (L. Hayes, J. Ciarrochi, and A. Bailey), due for release in July 2022.
The science behind it. DNA-v is a robust model that applies science-based solutions to human concerns. It arose inside the applied work of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and the theoretical foundation of evolution and contextual behavioural science. It is a processes-based framework that considers cutting edge research into humanity (concepts such as the multi-dimensional, multi-level extended evolutionary meta-model) and yet it delivers a readily accessible and easy to learn application. DNA-V is about science with accessibility.
Growth isn’t just for youth: The initial application of DNA-v was targeted at adolescents – a dramatic time of change and growth in the human life span. As applied to young people, DNA-V has encouraged research, new clinical protocols, school curriculums, and models for community outreach. But adults face change and must grow too – relationships come together and break up, people age, get sick or recover health, lose and find jobs. And right now, we need help to adapt to marked social change – technological advances at the speed of light, social restructuring, pandemics, and climate change. Change is constant, and we can grow with it.
This workshop will introduce you to DNA-V for adults and show how it can guide your work and your wellbeing. It is based on helping people build greater strength.
You will gain introductory insights into:
What you will take away:
 Hayes, S. C., Hofmann, S. G., & Ciarrochi, J. (2020). A process-based approach to psychological diagnosis and treatment: The conceptual and treatment utility of an extended evolutionary meta model. Clinical Psychology Review, 82, 101908. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cpr.2020.101908
Who is this for:
The webinar will suit professionals working with adults in all settings, including coaching, education, and counselling.
Dr Louise Hayes, Clinical Psychologist, MAPS, B.A., B.App.Sci (Hons), PhD (Clinical)
Dr Louise Hayes is a clinical psychologist, researcher, author, and international speaker. She is a Fellow and Past President of the Association for Contextual Behavioural Science. She is a peer-reviewed Acceptance and Commitment Therapy/Training (ACT) trainer engaged in training professionals worldwide. Together with Joseph Ciarrochi, she developed DNA-V which has become a leading model of acceptance and commitment therapy. She is the co-author of the best-selling books for young people, Your Life Your Way, and Get Out of Your Mind and Into Your Life for Teenagers. She is the author of the practitioner book, The Thriving Adolescent. In 2022 she will release a new book using DNA-V with adults, What Makes You Stronger. Louise is also a practising clinician, working with adults and adolescents. She is a former Senior Fellow with The University of Melbourne and Orygen Youth Mental Health. Louise is also a certified Buddhist meditation teacher and takes professionals into the Himalayas to develop their mindfulness skills and raise funds for children in remote Nepal.
For more information on her work go to www.louisehayes.com.au
For more information on DNA-V go to www.dnav.international