Supporting Vulnerability through Collaborative Practice Symposium

Time:
3:00pm - 6:00pm
Venue:
Theatre Royal, Hargraves Street, Castlemaine VIC, Australia View on map

Supporting Vulnerability through Collaborative Practice Symposium

As part of the Early Childhood Development Program in conjunction with Anglicare and North Central Victorian Family Service Alliance, a series of 3 Symposiums are planned for North Central Victoria for August 2022.

These Symposiums are free but will require registration.

The Symposium will be open for participation/attendance by all professionals working with children aged 0- 5 and will provide an amazing opportunity to hear from international Guest Speaker Lisa Cherry as well as other key local services supporting vulnerable families.

 

Each of the three guest speaking events will relate to the previous, creating three learning opportunities for all attendees. This will allow a deeper addressing of issues presented and provide high quality opportunities for shared learning.

Guest Speaker Presentation Outlines

Symposium 1
Feeling Confident in Basic Awareness; Thinking about Attachment, Trauma and Adversity

Symposium 2
Developing relationships that make a difference
What does it mean to be a looked after child?
Trauma informed co-production

Symposium 3
Having better conversations
The impact of language
Trauma informed record keeping

 

Lisa Cherry – Guest Speaker

Lisa Cherry is an author and a leading international trainer and consultant, specialising in assisting those in Education, Social Care and Adoption and Fostering to understand trauma, recovery and resilience for vulnerable children, young people and their families. Lisa has over 30 years of experience in this field and combines academic knowledge and research with professional skills and personal experience.

Lisa is the author of the hugely successful book ‘Conversations that make a difference for Children and Young People’

 

Eventbrite Registration Information

Monday 8th August, 2022


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