Single session work - making the most of every encounter
Date and time
Date: 15 October 2019
Time: 9.30am – 4.30pm
The workshop will cover:
- the history and philosophy of the SSW approach
- how SSW is helpful in work with clients and families
- developing skills and applying SSW to your work context with clients and their families – making every encounter matter, purposeful questioning, building solutions, activating resources & strengths, and empowering clients
- there will be opportunities to practice skills via role plays and demonstrations.
Limited places are available.
Karen Story B.A., Dip. Soc. Stud. Dip. Ed., MCPP. MCFT.
Karen is a child and adolescent, and family psychotherapist and has worked with the Acquired Brain Injury team at The Bouverie Centre. She has more than 35 years’ experience as a therapist, teacher and clinician, supervisor and consultant in a variety of settings including private practice, the Social Welfare Department (DHS), foster care, health and welfare community agencies, CAMHS agencies, universities, schools and pre-schools. She has extensive experience as a senior psychotherapist and clinical mental health social worker at Austin Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service for 27 years. Karen is co-author and trainer of the Exploring Together Program for children, adolescents and their families (a 10-week intensive multi-group program), is a trainer of Tuning into Kids and Tuning into Teens emotion coaching program for parents and is an experienced group therapist.
Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation
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