Child Inclusive Practice Forum 2017

 

The 2017 Child Inclusive Practice Forum, We’re all in this together, recognises the journey that parents and children and practitioners from across the field take through the process of resolving separation disputes. Reflecting this, our international and local keynote and invited speakers will cover wide ranging topics to enrich the practice of Child and Family Therapists, Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners, Family Law and Childhood Specialists.

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS NOW OPEN

The Forum Committee invites abstracts from all professionals that promote consultation with children and centrally incorporate the experience of the child in their practice. A limited number of concurrent presentation times will be offered, for a 30 or 60-minute verbal presentation (including question time).

Abstracts should embrace the 2017 theme We’re all in this together. Some suggested subject areas are:

Practice developments

  • Hearing and responding to the voice of the infant
  • Cross cultural applications
  • Innovations in Child Focused Practices
  • Collaborative Practice

Management Issues

  • Creating a child inclusive organisation
  • Clinical supervision: what is needed to support new learning and complex cases
  • The timing of child inclusive interventions

Legislative context

  • The Hague Convention and what it means in our work
  • Child inclusive approaches within Legal Aid and Family Courts

Complex clinical scenarios:

  • Reunification, relocation, trauma
  • Gender issues in child inclusive work
  • Teenagers, young adults and child inclusive mediation – methods and outcomes
  • New partners, and other relevant voices

Research

  • Updates on new CI research
  • New developmental evidence

Your proposal must include the following:

  1. Title
  2. Abstract of no more than 250 words summarising your topic
  3. Methods: what are you basing your talk on (a case, your collective experience, data)? if your paper is data based, include details of the sample, measures results. If it concerns a case, ensure all identifying details are removed.
  4. Intended contribution of your paper (what is the main question or message for your audience)
  5. Your preference for a time allocation: 30 or 60 minutes
  6. Your contact details.

Submissions close Wednesday 31 May, 2017. Applicants will be advised of acceptance late July.

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Venue Information

Located a convenient 20 minutes from Adelaide’s CBD, The Adelaide Hills Convention Centre, part of the newly refurbished Hahndorf Resort, offers an unparalleled function centre to host your next conference, wedding or gala event in Adelaide.

Rising above the valleys in the picturesque Mount Lofty Ranges, perched atop 32 acres of manicured grounds, The Adelaide Hills Convention Centre offers the perfect background for your event. Combine this with our event management services and you have every quality and convenience to make your event a huge success.

Visit the Adelaide Hills Convention Centre website.

Accommodation Information

The Hahndorf Resort

The award winning Hahndorf Resort offers modern, quality accommodation types, spacious aesthetic caravan and camping sites, diverse on-site activities, a modern Bistro, plus function and event venues including the state-of-the-art Adelaide Hills Convention Centre (Location of CIP Forum).

Only 20 minutes from Adelaide and within walking distance to Hahndorf’s Main Street, this picturesque retreat offers the perfect location to discover Hahndorf and explore the region, enjoy the resort’s many fun activities or just relax.

For more information on all rates, room types plus terms and conditions, visit the Hahndorf Resort website.

For any questions, or to book, please contact conferenceaccom@hahndorfresort.com.au with ‘CIP FORUM’ in the subject line. 

The Manna of Hahndorf

The Manna of Hahndorf is a 4-Star AAA Tourism rated motel with more than 50 stylish and modern rooms offering you great comfort, quality and service.

Located centrally in the township of Hahndorf, only 20 minutes’ drive from the Adelaide CBD or 35 minutes’ drive from the Adelaide Airport, The Manna of Hahndorf is the perfect place to stay. From here not only can you explore Hahndorf and the Adelaide Hills region but also the neighbouring Barossa Valley, Fleurieu Peninsula, and McLaren Vale.

For more information, please visit The Manna of Hahndorf website.

To book, please fill out the booking form and return to themanna@hahndorfaccommodation.com.au.

Mount Lofty House

In the Adelaide Hills Wine Region, yet just 15 minutes from the Adelaide CBD, historic Mount Lofty House is the premier destination for luxury escapes, overnight accommodation, fine dining, boutique day spa experiences, conference retreats and weddings.

Boasting Hardy’s Verandah Restaurant, Stables Day Spa and the Adelaide Hills finest accommodation. 

For further detail, please visit the Mount Lofty House website.

For all inquries, please contact Natalie at natalie@mtloftyhouse.com.au with ‘CIP FORUM’ in the subject line.

+ About

 

The 2017 Child Inclusive Practice Forum, We’re all in this together, recognises the journey that parents and children and practitioners from across the field take through the process of resolving separation disputes. Reflecting this, our international and local keynote and invited speakers will cover wide ranging topics to enrich the practice of Child and Family Therapists, Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners, Family Law and Childhood Specialists.

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS NOW OPEN

The Forum Committee invites abstracts from all professionals that promote consultation with children and centrally incorporate the experience of the child in their practice. A limited number of concurrent presentation times will be offered, for a 30 or 60-minute verbal presentation (including question time).

Abstracts should embrace the 2017 theme We’re all in this together. Some suggested subject areas are:

Practice developments

  • Hearing and responding to the voice of the infant
  • Cross cultural applications
  • Innovations in Child Focused Practices
  • Collaborative Practice

Management Issues

  • Creating a child inclusive organisation
  • Clinical supervision: what is needed to support new learning and complex cases
  • The timing of child inclusive interventions

Legislative context

  • The Hague Convention and what it means in our work
  • Child inclusive approaches within Legal Aid and Family Courts

Complex clinical scenarios:

  • Reunification, relocation, trauma
  • Gender issues in child inclusive work
  • Teenagers, young adults and child inclusive mediation – methods and outcomes
  • New partners, and other relevant voices

Research

  • Updates on new CI research
  • New developmental evidence

Your proposal must include the following:

  1. Title
  2. Abstract of no more than 250 words summarising your topic
  3. Methods: what are you basing your talk on (a case, your collective experience, data)? if your paper is data based, include details of the sample, measures results. If it concerns a case, ensure all identifying details are removed.
  4. Intended contribution of your paper (what is the main question or message for your audience)
  5. Your preference for a time allocation: 30 or 60 minutes
  6. Your contact details.

Submissions close Wednesday 31 May, 2017. Applicants will be advised of acceptance late July.

+ Program

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+ Speakers

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+ Registration

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+ Venue and Accommodation

Venue Information

Located a convenient 20 minutes from Adelaide’s CBD, The Adelaide Hills Convention Centre, part of the newly refurbished Hahndorf Resort, offers an unparalleled function centre to host your next conference, wedding or gala event in Adelaide.

Rising above the valleys in the picturesque Mount Lofty Ranges, perched atop 32 acres of manicured grounds, The Adelaide Hills Convention Centre offers the perfect background for your event. Combine this with our event management services and you have every quality and convenience to make your event a huge success.

Visit the Adelaide Hills Convention Centre website.

Accommodation Information

The Hahndorf Resort

The award winning Hahndorf Resort offers modern, quality accommodation types, spacious aesthetic caravan and camping sites, diverse on-site activities, a modern Bistro, plus function and event venues including the state-of-the-art Adelaide Hills Convention Centre (Location of CIP Forum).

Only 20 minutes from Adelaide and within walking distance to Hahndorf’s Main Street, this picturesque retreat offers the perfect location to discover Hahndorf and explore the region, enjoy the resort’s many fun activities or just relax.

For more information on all rates, room types plus terms and conditions, visit the Hahndorf Resort website.

For any questions, or to book, please contact conferenceaccom@hahndorfresort.com.au with ‘CIP FORUM’ in the subject line. 

The Manna of Hahndorf

The Manna of Hahndorf is a 4-Star AAA Tourism rated motel with more than 50 stylish and modern rooms offering you great comfort, quality and service.

Located centrally in the township of Hahndorf, only 20 minutes’ drive from the Adelaide CBD or 35 minutes’ drive from the Adelaide Airport, The Manna of Hahndorf is the perfect place to stay. From here not only can you explore Hahndorf and the Adelaide Hills region but also the neighbouring Barossa Valley, Fleurieu Peninsula, and McLaren Vale.

For more information, please visit The Manna of Hahndorf website.

To book, please fill out the booking form and return to themanna@hahndorfaccommodation.com.au.

Mount Lofty House

In the Adelaide Hills Wine Region, yet just 15 minutes from the Adelaide CBD, historic Mount Lofty House is the premier destination for luxury escapes, overnight accommodation, fine dining, boutique day spa experiences, conference retreats and weddings.

Boasting Hardy’s Verandah Restaurant, Stables Day Spa and the Adelaide Hills finest accommodation. 

For further detail, please visit the Mount Lofty House website.

For all inquries, please contact Natalie at natalie@mtloftyhouse.com.au with ‘CIP FORUM’ in the subject line.

Sponsors

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    Gold Sponsor

    Uniting is the services and advocacy arm of the Uniting Church, and is one of NSW and the ACT’s largest providers of independent living and residential aged and health care services.

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    Silver Sponsor

    Centacare Adelaide strive to support people in the community who have been marginalised and who are experiencing hardships and challenges in their lives.

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    Silver Sponsor

    Relationships Australia South Australia has over 60 years’ experience in providing services that respond to the needs of South Australians.

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    Keynote Sponsor

    Relationships Australia NSW provides relationship support services for individuals, couples, families and communities.

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    Keynote Sponsor

    AnglicareWA is a not for profit community service organisation who support people, families and their communities to cope with the challenges of life by building their resilience and capacity.

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    Pre-Forum Workshop Sponsor

    Uniting Communities work with people throughout metropolitan and regional South Australia, across more than 90 community service programs.

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    Pre-Forum Workshop and Keynote Sponsor

    The Centre for Social and Early Emotional Development (SEED) aims to promote emotional health from conception to young adulthood and into the next generation.

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    Pre-Forum Workshop and Forum Sponsor

    Children Beyond Dispute is a resource and training hub for building Child Focused pathways through divorce and separation.

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    Forum Sponsor

    Relationships Australia Queensland are committed to offering the best possible counselling, mediation, education and support services in a professional, relaxed and confidential environment.