child focused practice

Child Focused Practice: An Introduction Online – FREE

Child Focused Practice is a free interactive online program, developed by the Australian Institute of Social Relations for the community services, health and human services sectors.

This course explores the impact of homelessness and trauma on children and provides practical information about how to support children and their parents.

This training offers knowledge and skills to respond effectively to children in age appropriate ways and is equivalent to 7.5 hours of professional development.

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A Child Focused Approach to Supervision of Practice (NAHA)

This training is designed to enhance the safety and wellbeing of children through the development of child-focused supervision processes and practice.

Aimed at team leaders, coordinators and supervisors, participants will be encouraged to explore what is child-focused supervision and what is needed to support staff to develop their own child-focused reflective practice?

Facilitated by Senior and Clinical staff from Together4Kids, this training supports the often complex work of the homelessness and domestic violence sectors.

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Narrative Approaches to Working with Children (NAHA)

Narrative Therapy is a respectful, engaging and playful way to work with children and families. Narrative approaches support children and their families to reclaim authorship of their lives in the face of vulnerability and take steps toward their hopes and dreams.

This one-day workshop will present key ideas in using narrative approaches to support children through difficult times. Designed to develop your skills and knowledge in working with children, discussions will facilitate your thinking on how these ideas and practices may fit and build upon the work you are already doing.

Facilitator Niki Gelekis, Together 4 Kids, Clinical Supervisor has been using narrative approaches in practice for many years and is passionate about sharing her practice experience with others.

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