Exploring the Complexities of Restoration Work
March 21 @ 8:45 AM - 4:30 PM AEDT
This Workshop draws on research and evidence about best practice in relation to Restoration work from the UK, US and Australia, as well as referring to the NSW Department of Community Services Structured Decision Making (SDM) Model for Restoration Assessment.
This Professional Development workshop will explore the complexities of working to restore children and young people to families following abuse, neglect and harm.
By attending this workshop you will:
- (1) Increased knowledge of research and best practice around restoration;
- (2) Increased confidence in developing a restoration plan and giving a view on the process;
- (3) Increased understanding of some of the complex issues that need management and attention during a restoration;
- (4) Clear understanding of the different roles and positions to be taken to support restoration.
We will also explore the impact of attachment disruptions and expectation differences children will have from their experiences of Out of Home Care and how these need to be managed throughout the restoration process.
Who should attend this workshop?
For Staff working with Family restoration and preservation
Carolyn Cousins runs specialist training in Child Protection (Community Services, Brighter Futures, Family Support Services), Domestic Violence (Staying Home Leaving Violence Program), and NSW Health through the Education Centre Against Violence and the Health Education Training Institute. A practical and accessible educator, she is passionate about equipping workers to provide high quality services, while using the most up to date research and approaches.
Members: $93.50; Non-Members: $154.00. Morning tea and lunch provided. Please advise of special dietary needs, or other needs when you register online.
Giodhini Sivaraj, ph 9620 6172 or email firstname.lastname@example.org