Janet Irvine and Lisa Osborn from Settlement Services International are presenting a fantastic workshop, Culturally Responsive Family Work with Migrant and Refugee Communities, for staff who work with or are wishing to engage in working with migrant and refugee families.
We’ve got something for everyone, so make sure to check out our website.
Date: 4 April 2017
Presenter: Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect)
Target Group: Open
Gain information about ASDs and practical strategies, including visual supports, that can be used by parents, families, teachers and support staff.
Date: 5, 6 April 2017
Presenter: Saul Nightingale
Target Group: Mandatory reporters (including those who manage mandatory reporters)
Essential training for mandatory reporters, covering updated child protection legislation and its application when delivering services to children and/or their families. Assessment can be undertaken in:
- CHCPRT001 Identify and Respond to children and young people at risk
Date: 5 April 2017
Presenter: Alison Bell
Target Group: Community services staff, counsellors and health and welfare workers outside the problem gambling field
The aim of this workshop is to increase the awareness and skills related to addressing problem gambling within contexts other than gambling specific services. Learn how to identify when a person may be involved in problem gambling and develop strategies to engage and work with these clients.
Date: 6 April 2017
Presenter: Lane Blume
Target Group: Anyone who wants to express themselves more clearly and deal with difficult situations more effectively
Learn how to speak up, stand your ground, say no and deal with conflict without being seen as difficult or coming across as aggressive.
Date: 6 April 2017
Venue: Sydney (Salvation Army)
Presenter: Janet Irvine, Lisa Osborn (Settlement Services International)
Target Group: Community workers working with or wishing to engage in working with migrant and refugee families
In Australia, the area of working across cultures is no longer a specialist skill but central to all our practice. Participants will be introduced to a framework for culturally responsive practice and explore how this can be applied when working with migrant and refugee communities.
Date: 7 April 2017
Presenter: Lea Crisante
Target Group: Any counsellor/therapist who is interested in working with couples presenting with typical relationship issues including fighting, loss of intimacy, conflict over specific, long standing issues and stage-specific concerns e.g. after the birth of children
This workshop will provide an introductory framework for how to conceptualise and conduct couple therapy sessions. Participants will be provided with ideas about how to structure the first and subsequent sessions, how to conduct an assessment of couple difficulties and how to develop interventions.
Date: 10, 11 April 2017
Presenter: Judi Apte
Target Group: Managers, service coordinators, team leaders, experienced practitioners
Supervision can be more than a ‘quick fix’. Participants will explore the framework of four functions of supervision (accountability, support, development and mediation) and how to establish and lead effective supervision.
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