Working with Children and Families Post Separation and Divorce
March 26 @ 8:45 AM - 4:00 PM AEDT
Working with Children and Families Post Separation and Divorce: Keeping a Child in Focus in Family Law Proceedings When Relationships Breakdown Can Be Most Difficult
Come to this one-day workshop for the opportunity to strengthen your practice when working with families and children.
This workshop looks at child focused and inclusive practice, processes and strategies for supporting children and families through post separation and divorce.
The focus on children’s needs during this challenging time may be secondary to the needs of the adults. In this time of chaos, grief and significant change, children can feel unseen. Their desires for how their relationships may look post separation may not be prioritised.
This workshop will help increase your understanding of the roles and responsibilities of each part of the family law process. We will explore strategies on how to talk to parents about the impact of conflict on children.
This workshop aligns with the FaCS Targeted Earlier Intervention (TEI) priority of supporting vulnerable families and children.
Who should attend this workshop?
All those who work with children and families.
Sue is a Child and Family therapist who specialises in working in a trauma informed way with children and their families. She has a Master’s Degree in Counselling and is NMT Certified, with an interest in neurobiology and expressive therapies. Sue is passionate about giving children a voice in therapy and using this to inform her work with the whole family.
She is a clinical Supervisor, Consultant and Trainer for both government, community and the private sectors. Sue has presented both nationally and internationally on topics relating to Childhood trauma and its impacts across the lifespan.
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.
Jane Skelton, ph 9620 6172 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Workshop Level: Introductory