The Art and Science of Client Relationships: How Attachment, Neurobiology and Emotions impact our retention and service outcomes with clients.

  • September 23, 2017
    13:00 - 17:00


September the 23rd

Byron Bay services club

1pm to 5pm

The Art and Science of Client Relationships:  How Attachment, Neurobiology and Emotions impact our retention and service outcomes with clients.

The synergy of attachment theory, neurobiology and emotion is frequently becoming part of the context in which many allied health professionals support their clients. These three critical components, deepen understanding around a clients presenting issues, providing another lens for assessment, interventions and positive health outcomes.

Sean’s talk will explore the intersection between clients attachment styles, neurobiology and emotions and the benefits in understanding this relationship to the clinical practice of Allied Health professionals. His workshop will support an understanding on:


• The Synergy of Attachment theory, Neurobiology and Emotion

• Attachments Wounds and Patterns – The impacts for clients and on Clinical Practice?

• Affect Regulation and Emotional Sequence – Neurowiring in action

• Working with Clients Through a Trauma Informed Lens • Repair, Recovery and Presence – Holding and Care for Clients

• A Holistic Perspective – A Multi disciplined Approach • Challenges, Struggles and Referring Appropriately

This training is suitable for all professionals in the allied health professions.



About the Presenter:

Sean Tonnet (MGest) has been working with people for over 25 years and as a full time therapist, clinical supervisor and group facilitator for the past decade.  His reputed and respected practice reflects his comprehensive training and clinical excellence in therapy and facilitation. Specialising in relationships, Sean has over 4000 case hours working with couples and exceptional experience in workshop development and delivery.

He melds creative, relational Gestalt methods and contemporary psychotherapy, neurobiology and mindfulness practices within a safe and learning environment.  His work has been reviewed on radio (Melbourne and Sydney), television (Channel 7 Sunrise Program) and in print (My Child & NR Family Magazines), making him a highly sort after trainer within the Northern Rivers and Brisbane.

 Don’t miss this opportunity to work with a local and leading psychotherapist! 

Sean Tonnet

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132 Johnson Street, Byron Bay, 2481



The Byron Bay Services Club is centrally located in Byron Bay with many accommodation options available nearby and it's only a short drive from either Ballina or the Gold Coast Airports. The club is about 5 minutes walk from the centre of town and is easy to find.