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We are thrilled to announce that after almost three years Richard Rose, Honorary Associate of Berry Street will be returning to Australia. All his workshops will include new or updated tools reflecting the vast amount of direct work Richard has undertaken during the pandemic. Richard is Director of TLSWi (UK), is a leading expert on Therapeutic Life Story Work and working with 'hard to reach' children and young people as well as 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.

For a full list of Richard’s sessions click here.

Overview

At the heart of all placements in out of home care, residential care and those affected by early years trauma, is the challenge of attachment. That human bond that provides security, consistency, predictability and repetition. This workshop will present theory and practical activities that will support attachment, attunement and more stable placements. The final part of this series will introduce the notion of recovery and how and what interventions would support traumatised children to develop a healthier sense of self, belonging and self-mastery.

Drawing on child development and attachment theory the workshop will seek to assist attendees in assessing and developing attachment based interventions so that we have the professional language and the professional/personal skills and confidence in this key area of trauma recovery practice.

Attendees will need to have coloured markers, paper and a note pad available for the session.

Learning outcomes

  • Awareness of attachment theory
  • Skills for assessment of attachment styles
  • Introduction to attachment intervention Models
  • Understanding trauma theory
  • Assessing the impact of trauma
  • Introduction to trauma informed practice
  • Definition of recovery
  • Creating planning and assessment tools
  • Recording writing and presenting

Who should attend?

This workshop is suitable for professionals working with children and young people who would like to expend their knowledge base of Attachment Theory and Trauma Recovery.

Dates & time

Wednesday October 19
9am – 4pm
Registration opens at 8.30am

Cost

Full Fee $460.00 (incl. GST)
Early Bird $390 until 28/9

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.

Health & Safety Protocol

By registering for this training, you agree to abide by the following conditions:

  • It is the individual’s responsibility to identify when they are unwell with symptoms which might indicate COVID-19, colds and flus and a possible risk to others
  • If a participant tests positive to COVID-19 within 24 hours after attending a Berry Street training, they are required to contact Berry Street as soon as they become aware.
  • All participants are to sign into the training. The facilitator will check before ending the training that all participants have signed in and collect any additional details which are missing or incomplete.

Refunds

Refunds will only be made when a written request for cancellation is received more than 7 days before the event.

No refunds will be issued after this date however substitutions are welcome and must be provided in writing.


Director of Child Trauma Intervention Services Richard Rose
HONORARY ASSOCIATE | DIRECTOR TLSWi

Richard Rose

MBA | Post Graduate Social Work Education | Advanced Child Care Award | BPhil Child Care | CQSW | DSW