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Tasmania

Date Event Location
TBA Fighting Fair: Mediation & Conflict Resolution Training (Level 1)
Endorsed CPD: Two Day Workshop

This interactive and stimulating 2-day course will assist professionals to explore conflict and impart the essential principles and process of mediation. The structured 5-step mediation model and specific conflict resolution skills will be presented and practiced. The course can be utilised in many different areas of conflict e.g. client work, workplace disputes and interpersonal conflict.

* Discount for AASW members *

Launceston
22nd Jun 2018 Doing death and dying well (deathwalker training)
Endorsed CPD: 3 day workshop

Doing Death and Dying Well (Deathwalker Training) is a 3 day strength based training providing pallative care awareness to professionals working with people who are dying, their loved ones and carers. The training provides legal and practical knowledge around death and dying. It is experiantial and educational in it's delivery, building resilience and developing skills that enable you to accompany the dying person, their loved ones, carers and bereaved on their journey during what can be a challenging time.

Launceston
Monday 25 June 2018 State Budget forum - what does it mean for social workers?
Southern Regional Forum

An analysis of the Tasmanian State Budget and a forum to discuss future advocacy on social policies and targeted spending for a fairer and just state.

Hobart
26 July 2018 Wisdom from the frontline - homelessness support
Meeting

Jeff Bendall, Senior Case Worker at Bethlehem House will speak to members on his case worker role, homelessness and behaviours of concern, Bethlehem House residents will share their lived experiences of homelessness.

Hobart
21st Aug 2018 Achieving anti-oppressive practice with a focus on reconciliation
Endorsed CPD: 3 day workshop

Using key theories and principles, this workshop is designed to assist participants to integrate theory with practice, in keeping with the AASW code of ethics, towards achieving anti-oppressive practice.

*Workshop postponed**
Hobart
Friday 24 August 2018 The Art of Supervision (Level 2)
Workshop

For supervisors who are currently providing supervision for allied health professionals and students, this is an exciting opportunity to explore supervision practice, build on existing knowledge and skills, and create a new way of providing supervision. Attendees will be introduced to the new SUPERtool©, a transformative tool that moves beyond supervision models by applying questioning and reflection to practice.

Launceston
Friday 31 August 2018 The Art of Supervision (Level 2) Hobart
Workshop

For supervisors who are currently providing supervision for allied health professionals and students, this is an exciting opportunity to explore supervision practice, build on existing knowledge and skills, and create a new way of providing supervision. Attendees will be introduced to the new SUPERtool©, a transformative tool that moves beyond supervision models by applying questioning and reflection to practice.

Hobart
3rd - 4th September 2018 Art and Play Therapy with Children
Endorsed CPD: Two day workshop

Learn art and play therapy methods ideal for counselling children 2 – 10 years. Explore suitable toys and materials to best engage and work with children in therapy.

Hobart
5th - 6th September 2018 Symbols and Sandplay Workshop
Endorsed CPD: Two Day Workshop

Sandplay allows for the projective expression of one's personal inner world. Learn how to use sandplay in counselling for children and adults. Practice methods for introducing symbol work, knowing when to talk and not and how to make meaning from this work.

Hobart
16th - 17th September 2018 2 Day Intensive Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) Training for adults and adolescents - latest research from DBT skills training manual 2nd edition 2015 Marsha Linehan PhD
Endorsed CPD: 2 day workshop

This 2 day Intensive “Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Training” is designed to assist practitioners gain knowledge of how to work with DBT as individual therapists/health care workers and also as skills group trainers/facilitators. Training can be tailored to specific region’s needs and information on how to set up a DBT program including Therapists Consult groups is also detailed. DBT for Adolescents and Children is also detailed in the training.

Launceston
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