Overcoming the Impact of Childhood Traumas - Dr Kam Wong

Overcoming the Impact of Childhood Traumas - Dr Kam Wong

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  • Have you ever wondered how and why you become the person you are?

  • Do you understand the impact of childhood trauma on your life?

Join us in this special seminar to understand things such as our natural tendency to relive our early experiences through repetition, the power of the unconscious mind and practical steps to achieve healing from your childhood trauma.

Topics covered will include:

    • The neural network of our childhood narrative
    • Our natural tendency to relive our early experiences through repetition
    • The effects of childhood trauma
    • The power of the unconscious mind
    • The timeless redemptive work of the Cross
    • Practical steps to achieve healing from your childhood trauma.

DR. KAM WONG is a Child, Adolescent and Family Psychiatrist in private practice in Sydney. Besides his clinical practice, He is a sought after speaker, both locally and overseas and has a heart for Christian mission. Kam regularly travels internationally to teach on Mental Health and Inner Healing and reaches out to the international community on Mental Health through his website www.healthymindconcepts.com

Event Details

 19-20 June, 2020
Location: Ellel Ministries Sydney, 710 Moreton Park Rd, Menangle, NSW, 2568.

Please note that early bird discounts are available up until 19 May 2020, 11:59pm (AEDT) if you pay in full at the time of booking. If you wish to book and pay the minimum deposit only, or you book after this date, standard prices apply. To book with the minimum deposit or for more information please contact our office on +61 (02) 4633 8102.
This event commences at 7.30pm on the Friday and concludes at 9.00pm on the Saturday evening. There is the option of staying overnight on the Saturday night at an extra charge of $60 per person or $100 per married couple. Explore School students are exempt from this extra charge. A light breakfast will be available on Sunday morning but please note that you must vacate the premises by 9.30am.

We provide separate male and female accommodation. There is no married accommodation. All accommodation is shared with up to six people in a room. Please bring your own bed linen or sleeping bag along with a towel. Doona and pillow are provided. Linen and towels can be provided at a cost of $15.

The Reception office will not be open on Sunday.

Course fees include all meals and refreshments. Please note there is no evening meal provided on the Friday night the course commences.

Please arrive to register from 6:30 pm. Collect your name badge and course notes from Reception. After registration, you are welcome to relax with a free tea, coffee or filtered water in the dining room before the course commences.

Unfortunately we are unable to cater for special diets, food allergies or intolerances. We suggest if this is a concern for you that you bring your own food to supplement what is provided. There is a refrigerator and microwave oven in the dining room you are welcome to use if needed.

If coming by public transport there is a railway station at Menangle, about 2 kilometres from us at "Gilbulla". As long as you let us know what time you are coming, we are happy to collect you from the station when you arrive and arrange to get you back there when the course concludes.

Dress is comfortable casual clothing. We look forward to having you with us and pray the Lord will minister powerfully to you during your time here.

If you have any further questions, please call reception on +61 (02) 4633 8102.

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