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The Garden: Train the Facilitator Therapeutic Program

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Course Overview

Focus area Child wellbeing
Length 2 full days
Who is it for? Professionals working therapeutically with children and caregivers
Key Outcomes Facilitate ‘The Garden Group Program’

Course Description

Join ‘The Garden Group Program’ as a facilitator and provide opportunities for parents to share positive experiences with their infant or toddler.

Over two days, you will learn how to facilitate The Garden Group Program and apply The Garden Dyad Program. You will be provided with tips and advice on how to successfully run these intentional therapeutic child-led programs. Training includes time to practice exercises and familiarise yourself with the sessions.

Garden Group Programs, developed for parents and their infant or toddler (ages 0 – 4), use themes and activities to explore the natural environment through art, shared sensory activities, movement, play, relaxation and reflective opportunities. These programs   support parents to develop their relationship with their child through playful attachment and attunement activities. They form part of a suite of evidence-based therapeutic programs designed, by Together4Kids, for parents and their children.

This facilitator training is suitable for professionals working therapeutically with children and caregivers, including frontline and specialist workers in homelessness and family and domestic violence services, therapeutic children’s workers, and reunification and intensive family support practitioners.


Student Feedback

“Loved the activities and resources. Fantastic to be able to see how to create a toolkit to go with manual and program. Loved the language use of the Kaurna Language too.”


Enrolment Information

Dates June 17, 2021, June 18, 2021, August 19, 2021, August 20, 2021
Time 9.30am to 4.30pm
Venue

The Institute
49a Orsmond Street, Hindmarsh

Cost $370
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