Wellness Workshop with Psychologist, Libby Taylor
This workshop will allow you an opportunity to explore the effects of stressful events, such as the current drought. It will also focus on every day strategies to help manage your day.
Libby is a registered Psychologist and works with adults, children and their families including working with a multidisciplinary diagnostic and assessment team for Behaviour, Development and Autism Spectrum Disorders in children.
Her career in health and counselling spans over 30 years, initially as a registered nurse before pursuing further studies in Psychology. Libby went to the UK, working as a research assistant at the department of Experimental Psychology for 10 years.
When she returned to Australia, she began working in the disability sector in an Early Intervention Service on the south coast of NSW, helping to set up a Psychologist’s position supporting parents and their young children. Libby now works in an Early Intervention Service for children at Noah’s Inclusion Services in the beautiful setting of Mundamia.
Libby is passionate about applied neuroscience and has completed training programs in this area. Neuropsychotherapy helps to explain how experiences from birth and throughout adult life have a profound effect on neural networks and memory systems of the brain. Libby uses Neuropsychotherapy as a tool to gently guide the client in the process of restructuring the brain towards higher levels of functioning and well-being.
Libby will be bringing along her super sweet and ever-loving dog, Georgie!
10 am to 12 pm on Friday 23 August
17 Court St, Parkes
Please RSVP to Roger Kitson
Phone: 0428 686 200
(Friday) 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Parkes Uniting Church
11-17 Court Street, Parkes