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AASW (WA) Journey to Recovery from Extreme Trauma

Event Details
Date: 09 May 2018
Time: 9.00pm to 4:00pm
Venue: City West Lotteries House, WA
State: WA
CPD hrs: AASW members can claim 6 CPD hours under category 2
Cost:
Standard
Members: $210
Standard: $275
Student/Retired: $190
WORKSHOP IS BOOKED OUT
No Refunds after the 28 February 2018
Organiser: AASW WA
Further information
Contact

aaswwa@aasw.asn.au

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Advanced Trauma Informed Care - Dr Ann O'Neill

WORKSHOP IS BOOKED OUT


The AASW branch invites you to this workshop, Advanced Trauma Informed Care run by Dr Ann O'Neill. This seminar will explore advanced skills and knowledge for working with people with complex and extreme trauma experiences. This workshop will expand on generic concepts of Trauma Informed Care, and allow participants to develop models appropriate to their client group, and skills to support people in trauma-informed ways.
This workshop is for social workers, allied health, mental health, child protection and criminal justice system professionals.

Presenter
Dr Ann O'Neill PhD Int. Hlth. MAASW (Acc) BSW (Hons 1) Patron & Founder angelhands

Dr Ann O’Neill is an inspiring speaker, an award winning humanitarian, victimologist, educator, activist, volunteer and researcher. Ann is a specialist in the areas of trauma, criminal victimisation and advocacy. Using her own experience, extensive research and academic study to help businesses and organisations build a better understanding around the needs of victims of crime. Her interests lie in people from all walks of life, in social justice and the area of victims of serious interpersonal crimes, such as homicide and family and domestic violence.
Ann founded and directed angelhands Inc. for more than a decade inspiring people in all areas of life to follow their dreams. Ann has a unique and innovative approach to motivating, educating and assisting government departments, organisations’ and people to deal with trauma, stress and change in their lives and their work places. Her pursuits are recognised internationally as she has presented in Australia, England, Croatia and the United States.

Registration:
Please see details on the right of this page to register. 6 CPD hours.

AASW - Australian Association of Social Workers