Applying ‘The Three Houses’ tool to child and Family assessments and Trauma Recovery
Developed in New Zealand, the Three Houses tool has had international success and is used worldwide.
Designed to help bring the voice of children and young people into child protection and social service work, the Three Houses tool is an effective way to contribute to child- centred work.
This experiential one day workshop offers an interactive opportunity to learn about the tool and how it contributes to child and family assessments, and about the ‘Sphere Model’ designed to support trauma recovery.
- Gain understanding of the Three Houses tool including key thinking, theory, and ideas that support the Three Houses tool;
- Develop understanding to apply the Three Houses tool in practice;
- Explore and assess the impacts of relational trauma by applying the Sphere Model, and
- Develop interventions to support well-being and trauma recovery by applying the Sphere Model.
Who should attend this workshop?
Community Practitioners working with children from Western Sydney and Nepean Blue Mountains
Dr Nicki Weld is the primary creator of the Three Houses Tool. She is a senior lecturer at the University of Auckland and Director of CNZN Ltd, New Zealand, which provides international and national training, facilitation, and professional supervision. Nicki has held various social service and child protection roles, including professional leader for social work in general health, senior social worker, supervisor, senior child protection trainer, and as a national social work advisor within the New Zealand government sector and non -government sector.
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