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Caring for Kids from 'Hard Places' Trust-Based Relational Intervention® (TBRI) is a whole-child, attachment-based, trauma-informed, multi-systemic, evidence-based intervention which has proven to be successful for children who have experienced relational trauma (abuse, neglect, domestic violence or institutionalisation). It is a practical therapeutic model that shows professionals and carers how to provide effective support and treatment for these children. Because of their histories these children have changes in their bodies, brains, behaviours, and belief systems. It is often difficult for them…Find out more »
1-2-3 Magic® & Emotion Coaching is based on two underlying perspectives: first, that children can be taught to respond more flexibly when they are frustrated or upset and second, that parents and carers can be taught easy-to-use skills they can use at particular parenting moments. This adaptation of the 1-2-3 Magic® & Emotion Coaching program is tailored towards family specialists work with parents and carers of children with special needs. The professional training includes role-play, group discussion, worksheets and videos tailored to…Find out more »
Systemic Approaches to Working with Individuals, Couples and Families Do you want to work more confidently and effectively with families? Do you know how to troubleshoot when treatment gets 'stuck'? Book a seat today to develop your family therapy skills to a deeper level. This two-day workshop is aimed at practitioners who work with children, young people, adults, couples, families, and/or organisations supporting clients with mental health issues. This 'flagship' workshop introduces participants to core Family Therapy concepts and broadens…Find out more »
A Narrative Therapy Approach to Meaning Making and Change This two-day workshop will provide participants with key skills in Narrative Practice including practical clinical skills that can be used immediately with individuals and families (children, adolescents, adults and older persons). Participants will consider the relevance of Narrative Practice in their work setting, and applications relating to the context of trauma, relationships, and grief and loss. Participants will consider how to “tread lightly” but effectively with Narrative Practice. Course Outline: In this course…Find out more »
This course addresses the well-recognised occurrence of difficulties that school leaders face through often having to discuss sensitive, difficult subjects. Significant levels of stress for school leaders can be reduced when those conversations are handled with the skills taught in this professional development course. EXPECTED LEARNING OUTCOMES Improved knowledge of how to negotiate a solution to a problem using a scripted mediation process. Better understanding of how to be less affected by someone becoming frustrated and how to manage their…Find out more »
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