Communicating with Traumatised Young People (aged 12 - 21)
Excellence in Practice 2021 Training Series
- 18 March 2021
- 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
This session will be delivered as a Webinar via ZOOM - for privacy reasons our sessions are not recorded.
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Once again we are proud to partner with Richard Rose, Honorary Associate of Berry Street, Director of TLSWi (UK), Adjunct Associate Professor of Social Work and Social Policy at Latrobe University and Honorary Associate at the Institute for Open Adoption Studies, University of Sydney. Richard Rose is a leading expert on Therapeutic Life Story Work and working with 'hard to reach' children and young people.
Richard will work with practitioners to enhance their engagement with children and young people affected by early life trauma. Through his innovative and creative techniques, Richard will demonstrate ways of working that enable placements to become healthy and nurturing through enhanced understanding of attachment and trauma, with the ultimate goal of helping these young people achieve their full potential.
If you are a professional working with children and young people affected by early life trauma in child protection, out of home care, youth work, education or involved in recovery work with children and families in need, this is a wonderful opportunity not to be missed.
There are many ways that we can communicate with young people – this webinar will introduce techniques that help those impacted by traumatic events that have become drivers to their present day and affecting their adolescents, and separation from parental figures to adulthood. Based on the successful one day training course delivered by Richard Rose, the most effective interventions are shared in this two hour presentation. Often young people find it hard to engage and speak about their experiences and internal hurts. This seminar will present ideas that have been tried and tested by Richard and have had the best results. Attendees will learn to use ‘cause and effect thinking’, ‘Ishakawa’ and ‘Eco mapping’.
Please note that there is some overlap in content between this workshop and the Introduction to Therapeutic Life Story Work workshop.
Who Should Attend
Those currently working with young people aged 12 - 21 will benefit from attending this session. The techniques and approaches are suitable for professionals working with young people affected by early life trauma including those working with young people in out of home care, teachers and education support workers, youth workers and clinicians.
Date and Cost
Date & Time: Thursday 18 March, 8am - 10am (AEDT: Australian Eastern Daylight Savings Time)
Cost $185 (inc GST)
Payment Terms & Conditions
Payment MUST be made by credit card at the time of registration (VISA and Mastercard will be accepted) . Your registration will not be confirmed unless payment has been processed.
A confirmation/tax invoice will be issued upon registration to your nominated email address.
A full refund will be issued for cancellations up until 3 days prior to the webinar. No refunds will be issued after this date however substitutions are welcome.
Should Berry Street cancel a webinar for any reason, those registered at this time will be entitled to a full refund of registration fees.
Registrations of 5 or more webinars (booked at the same time in the one booking for an individual or a group): a 10% discount off the total booking
Registrations of 10 or more webinars (booked at the same time in the one booking for an individual or a group): a 15% discount off the total booking
Payment must be made by Credit Card to receive the discount. The discount applies to a single webinar or a combination of webinars.
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- 18 March 2021
- 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM