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This accredited course is suitable for counselling practitioners or equivalent, seeking to develop advanced skills to work with families, couples and individuals affected by domestic and family violence. The course is aligned with with current practice requirements, guidelines and legal/statutory frameworks. Subjects include domestic and family violence practice with children, young people and families; collaborative practice and risk management; separation, family law and child-focused parenting arrangements. It is one year, part time.Find out more »
The online film, "Child Inclusive Clinical Demonstration" features extracts from children's interviews in two cases. Professor Jennifer McIntosh interviews Nicholas and his sister Grace, aged 9 and 13 respectively, and Anna. These scenarios demonstrate the use of multiple tools for enabling children of various ages to tell their story of parental separation. The film also features extracts of a feedback conversation conducted with Anna's parents in the course of their mediation.Find out more »
The 2019 International Mental Health Conference will be held from Wednesday 31 July – Friday 2 August at RACV Royal Pines Resort, Gold Coast, Queensland. Featuring Australia and New Zealand’s leading clinical practitioners, academics, and mental health experts, the International Mental Health Conference continues in its 20th year to network, share research, projects and formulate ideas for change for those living with mental health conditions. Enjoy a three-day program of inspiring keynote addresses, speaker presentations, workshops, poster presentations and ample…Find out more »
A comprehensive one-day training course that equips you with the knowledge to teach parents and carers skills to resolve their teenager’s behaviour problems. Expected Learning Outcomes The ability to conduct the Engaging Adolescents™ program, as either a three-meeting parent education course or one-to-one. Knowledge to teach parents about adolescent challenges and how to hold reasonable expectations of their adolescent. Knowledge of easy-to-use techniques that parents and carers can use to enlist adolescents to manage their own behaviour and emotional reactions, to build…Find out more »
Tough Conversations in Child Protection is a one-day course for child protection professionals and family workers to help them to hold the often-challenging conversations with parents in child protection. The course teaches a method to: Identify and clearly articulate the strengths and deficits in parents’ caring capacity so that parents have a clear future work plan. Comprehensively gather information for holding a factual tough conversation so that as many facts (as can be reasonably gathered) can be brought to bear…Find out more »
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