Professional Counselling Association
of the ACT and NSW Inc

Central Coast Branch Meeting

  • 20 May 2017
  • 9:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Kincumber & District Neighbourhood Centre, 1/20 Kincumber Street, Kincumber, NSW 2251


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Central Coast Branch Meeting


NON PCA members are allowed to attend presentation only, not peer group supervision. Supervision is for members only.



This 90 minute presentation will demonstrate an easy working model that can be used on a daily basis to identify and unlock barriers in the brain’s neural pathways that form part of the brain’s social landscape.

Understanding how behaviours are formed, the long term effects of embedded inhibiting behaviour, and how they can encourage the development of new supportive behaviours, are key features of this presentation.  The audience will learn about ‘mapping’ the neural pathways of the brain for a clearer understanding of their client.  This will help them to work more functionally with clients to elicit positive, sustainable change.

Jan Sky is a Neuropsychotherapist and has conducted her own business since 1993.  She is the author of the book ‘The Many Parts of You’ which is also published in Finnish.  Her work in the area of ego states has gained her international recognition and she has worked and presented in Finland, Netherlands, India, USA, Asia, NZ as well as her homeland, Australia. As a presenter, her clarity and unique style motivates her audience towards emotional and intellectual understanding of their own psychological blocks.  She holds a Grad Cert in Sexual Health (University of Sydney) Diploma of Clinical Hypnotherapy, Counselling and Business Management.


Next full day training in the ESI Mapping Tool – Saturday 17 June from 9am – 4.30pm Kincumber Neighbourhood Community Centre or call Jan Sky 0409 869 664 for more information.


Linda Elsey mobile 0407 257 882 


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