|Focus Area||Child development|
|Who Is It For?||Professionals who work with children and their parents|
|Key Outcomes||Support child development|
|About||Introducing Marte Meo provides students with the foundational concepts to the practical approach of Marte Meo; supporting development through relationships in everyday communication.|
Established in over 40 countries, this training will introduce practitioners on how to use ordinary interactions to support children’s development, and to pass these ideas on to parents and other significant carers. Marte Meo has also demonstrated its value in a number of sectors, such as aged care and adult disability, in helping to reduce aggression, and improve relationships with the family.
People who work in the child and family sectors, as well as early childhood education, disability, and aged care will find Marte Meo of particular interest. However, anyone who is interested in hearing about ways to identify, activate and develop skills to enable and enhance constructive interaction and development would benefit.
Presented by Sally Watson, an accredited Mental Health Social Worker with over 30 years’ experience as a Supervisor and Trainer, she will guide you through this interactive and thoroughly enjoyable day. You will have the opportunity to learn from others, develop a very practical approach to your supervision and do so in a safe,
|Date||Friday 9 August 2019|
|Time||9.30am – 4.30pm|
|Venue||Relationships Australia South Australia, Hindmarsh Office|
49a Orsmond Street Hindmarsh
|Cost||Full Fee $185 Concession $150|
|Course Flyer||Introducing Marte Meo|
|More Courses||Full 2019 Course Guide|
You may also be interested in the 6-day qualified practitioner course (of which, day one is this introductory course): Marte Meo Supportive Communication Skills Training