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Aboriginal Loss and Grief with Rosemary Wanganeen

Event Details
Date: Tuesday February 20, 2018
Time: 8.45 am arrival for 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
State: South Australia
CPD hrs: 7 hours
Cost:

AASW Members:
Early Bird (Before November 3rd 2017) $315
From 4/11/2017 $350
Early Bird Student and New Graduate (Before November 3rd 2017) $270
From 4/11/2017 $300

General public:
Early Bird (Before November 3rd 2017) $450
From 4/11/17 $500
Early Bird Students (Before November 3rd 2017) $280
From 4/11/2017 $320

Light refreshments will be provided.

Organiser: AASW SA Branch
Further information
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Please note change of venue:

UniSA City West Campus GK 2-15

The Presenter

Rosemary Kudnarto Wanganeen credentials are based upon her non-academic research and methodologies and the theories that evolved from it. Rosemary developed her model the ‘Seven Phases’ which have also been presented across many areas of practice with a common theme of psychology/psychiatry. Rosemary was a finalist in the 2016 Mental Health Excellence Awards, shortlisted in the Indigenous Governance Awards Program - Office of Reconciliation Australia in 2016 and winner of the South Australian of the year - Community Award 2009 amoungst a range of other accolades.

The Program

Using Seven Phases to Integrating Loss & Grief to achieve and maintain Indigenous Prosperity

Deepen the understanding of ancestral intergenerational suppressed unresolved loss and grief and the effects of this compounding and complicating contemporary Aboriginal people.

Rosemary’s Seven Phases to Integrating Loss & Grief is uniquely Indigenous, bringing service providers face to face with an expert living case study, of how Aboriginal people can achieve good mental health through the development of innate human ‘intuitive intelligence’ in the context of loss and grief.
This course will add cultural credibility to social work knowledge when working with Aboriginal people, as well as giving the social worker an opportunity to develop their confidence to apply loss and grief to Aboriginal clients, they will develop a deeper and more meaningful understanding that loss and grief is a human experience, for themselves both professionally and personally.

In the current climate amongst contemporary Aboriginal communities, it is an extremely valuable contribution to the community for social workers to come to their communities with not just intellectual knowledge but emotional experiences of historical and contemporary issues confronting contemporary Aboriginal communities. Social Workers would be welcomed by the community. This allows everyone in the workplace of Aboriginal focussed organisations or Aboriginal divisions to apply what their job descriptions outlines creating and maintaining win, win, win situations for the following three categories: Aboriginal workers win; non-Aboriginal Social Workers and Aboriginal communities win. Similarly, all three categories are ‘moving forward’.

Location and Date

UniSA City West Campus GK 2-15

Tuesday 20 February 2018
8.45am arrival for

9.30am to 4.30pm
Places are limited to 25 participants

Cost

AASW Members:
Early Bird (Before November 3rd 2017) $315
From 4/11/2017 $350


Student and New Graduate $270
From 4/11/2017 $300

General public:
Early Bird (Before November 3rd 2017) $450
From 4/11/17 $500

Students: $280
From 4/11/2017 $320

Light refreshments will be provided.

Registration

Places are strictly limited to 25
No refunds after February 6, 2018

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