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Branch Events

Date Event Location
Monday 1 April 2019 Creating Space to discuss Mental Health
Panel Discussion

This event is co-hosted by the AASW SA Ethics Practice group and the UniSA School of Psychology, Social Work and Social Policy.
Join us for a robust discussion/debate on differing approaches to responding to people with lived experiences of mental health issues.

UniSA, Magill Campus
Wednesday 10 April 2019 CBT for Anxiety - More B than C

This workshop provides you with the opportunity to further improve how you determine and construct collaborative action plans with people who suffer from anxiety conditions. The workshop is informed by the processes and principles grounded in a cognitive behavioural approach with a particular focus on potent mechanisms of change – behavioural experiments and graded exposure. Through individualised formulations and shared decision making clinicians can improve their engagement and assist people to overcome anxiety through targeted and structured interventions informed by feedback and outcome tools that help monitor and review progress.

Dementia Australia building
30 April - 2 May 2019 Supervision 1: A Reflective and Developmental Approach

New and experienced supervisors who want to encourage reflection and professional growth in their supervisees will benefit from this course.

Education Development Centre, 4 Milner St, Hindmarsh, SA
Thursday 2 May 2019 SA Social Worker of the Year Awards Presentation Dinner 2019

Dinner to celebrate and acknowledge the nominees and winners of the 2019 SA Social Worker of the Year Awards

The Beachouse
Tuesday 21 May 2019 How poverty shapes the mind

Many people working with disadvantaged clients come from a different economic class than their clients and this can lead to high levels of frustration, exasperation and annoyance with clients traditionally labelled as “difficult” or “resistant”. Understanding the hidden rules for the economics of poverty can assist workers to engage these clients and to refrain from those frustrated judgements that plague us all at times.

Dementia Australia building
Wednesday 19 June 2019 Clinical Supervision

This workshop provides you with the opportunity to reflect, consider and construct clinical supervision within a competency–based framework that scaffolds effective, relevant and growth opportunities for both supervisees and supervisors. You will be encouraged to discuss methods, tools and resources that improves engagement, efficacy and outcomes for the people you support.

Education Development Centre, 4 Milner St, Hindmarsh, SA
AASW - Australian Association of Social Workers