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Fostering Growth

Join Fostering Growth's experienced trainers from the out-of-home care sector, for an interactive session sharing expert information and carer input on a variety of topics. All webinars directly relate to caring for children and young people in out-of-home care. Webinars are available for foster and kinship carers, adoptive parents and staff only. Your agency can purchase your ticket below or contact Fostering Growth directly on admin@fosteringgrowth.com.au.

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Carer Chit Chat, Let's Discuss Parenting with PACE

Tuesday 30 July 2024
During July, carers are invited to complete Fostering Growth's online course 'Let's Set The PACE' and then join Tammy and Alison, along with other carers, on the 30th of July from 10am -11am to discuss the topic.
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Suicide Awareness and Prevention Training Webinar SOLD OUT

Tuesday 2 July 2024
When family members, clients, colleagues, and other individuals in the workplace attempt suicide or die by suicide, it has an impact on all people. In this training webinar, we provide comprehensive tools and strategies you can utilise if you think somebody is suicidal. We explore the warning signs and risk factors along with psychological safety in the workplace. We provide a unique action plan that can be used in the workplace if you are concerned about a colleague.
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Carer Chit Chat, How Trauma Affects Development & Behaviour

Wednesday 26 June 2024
During this chit chat you will have the opportunity to discuss how trauma affects children's development and behaviour with Alison and Tammy, as well as other carers.
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Being a Trauma Informed Carer SOLD OUT

Wednesday 26 June 2024
In this informative trauma workshop, you will have the opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of how trauma affects children’s behavior and increased confidence to support children who have experienced trauma. There will be an opportunity for group discussions, a review and feedback. We will explore: - What is trauma? - What the research tells us about trauma. - Strategies to care for children who are in flight/fight/freeze mode. - The physical and emotional impact of trauma.
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How Trauma Affects Development & Behaviour

Wednesday 19 June 2024
This informative webinar explores how trauma affects childrens development and behavhiour and provides strategies for parenting.
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Carer Chit Chat, Let's Discuss Domestic & Family Violence

Thursday 30 May 2024
During May, carers are invited to complete Fostering Growth's online training course 'The Impact of Family and Domestic Violence on Children and Young People' then let's catch up on the 2nd of June from 10am-11am for an open discussion with Alison and Tammy and other carers on the topic.
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Helping children Heal after domestic violence

Thursday 23 May 2024
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AN AUSTRALIAN PANDEMIC Domestic and family violence has reached epidemic proportions in Australia and is now the leading preventable cause of injury and death in women under 45 years. This webinar explores: The types of domestic/family violence. Understanding the impact of witnessing domestic violence on children and young people. Understanding the impact of domestic violence in the Australian child protection system. Identify the best ways of supporting children who have witnessed domestic violence. The high rate of substantiated emotional abuse of children and young people in Australia highlights the psychological impact domestic violence has on infants, children and young people.
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Carer Wellbeing SOLD OUT

Monday 25 March 2024
You have requested and we have listened. We are bringing you an open floor platform to discuss carer wellbeing in safe space. Facilitated by educators Alison and Tammy, carers will have the opportunity to discuss and share their own wellbeing struggles, challenges and compassion fatigue in a relaxed atmosphere and hear about strategies and resources from other carers. We will cover breathing exercises, building positive relationship with your caseworker and techniques to get through the hard time. Let's take care of ourselves while taking care of others and regain our passion.
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Being a Trauma Informed Carer

Thursday 21 March 2024
In this informative trauma workshop, you will have the opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of how trauma affects children’s behavior and increased confidence to support children who have experienced trauma. There will be an opportunity for group discussions, a review and feedback. We will explore: - What is trauma? - What the research tells us about trauma. - Strategies to care for children who are in flight/fight/freeze mode. - The physical and emotional impact of trauma.
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Walk with me; a carers guide to attachment and bonding.

Monday 18 March 2024
Attachment and bonding is a significant theory as it not only relates to children in care but all human beings. If we understand our own attachment style, we can make positive changes and become more secure. Therefore, better able to become a child’s secure base to feel confident, safe, and protected. This webinar explores: Different types of attachment styles that develop from infancy. Characteristics of each attachment style in children and young people as well as characteristics of their parents and caregivers. How a person’s attachment style affects their behaviours and relationships throughout their lives. Case scenarios that explore the different attachment styles. Lets help children and young people learn they are capable of giving and receiving love.
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Therapeutic parenting skills using PACE (SOLD OUT)

Wednesday 6 March 2024
PACE is a way of thinking, feeling, communicating and behaving that aims to make children and young people feel safe. It is particularly effective in meeting the needs of children and young people who have experienced trauma. In this webinar, you will learn how to build trusting relationships, emotional connection and instill a sense of security in children. We will explore an attitude of PACE and how applying this attitude can help your therapeutic parenting style. Based on Dan Hughe's model, this webinar is useful for all carers to therapeutically care for and raise children. This webinar explores: • Attachment • Intersubjectivity. • Patterns of attachment. • Blocked trust, what it means and how it affects behaviour. • Responding to blocked trust. • Blocked care, what it means and how to avoid it. • Toxic shame. • The attitude of PACE and how applying this attitude can help your therapeutic parenting style.
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Suicide Awareness and Prevention Training Webinar SOLD OUT

Tuesday 20 February 2024
When family members, clients, colleagues, and other individuals in the workplace attempt suicide or die by suicide, it has an impact on all people. In this training webinar, we provide comprehensive tools and strategies you can utilise if you think somebody is suicidal. We explore the warning signs and risk factors along with psychological safety in the workplace. We provide a unique action plan that can be used in the workplace if you are concerned about a colleague.
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Child Protection, Identify & Respond SOLD OUT

Tuesday 13 February 2024
While some parents relinquish care of their children or are medically unable to care for them, the majority of children requiring care in Australia have experienced some type of abuse and/or neglect. This course focuses on recognising and responding to child abuse and neglect. Types of child abuse, definitions and indicators of abuse or neglect. Case scenarios will reflect realistic situations of children who have experienced child abuse or neglect.
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Advocacy as a Carer SOLD OUT

Tuesday 6 February 2024
Learn how to advocate for yourself as a carer.
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Walk with me; a carers guide to attachment and bonding.

Tuesday 5 December 2023
Attachment and bonding is a significant theory as it not only relates to children in care but all human beings. If we understand our own attachment style, we can make positive changes and become more secure. Therefore, better able to become a child’s secure base to feel confident, safe, and protected. This webinar explores: Different types of attachment styles that develop from infancy. Characteristics of each attachment style in children and young people as well as characteristics of their parents and caregivers. How a person’s attachment style affects their behaviours and relationships throughout their lives. Case scenarios that explore the different attachment styles. Lets help children and young people learn they are capable of giving and receiving love.
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Child Protection: Identify & Respond

Monday 4 December 2023
While some parents relinquish care of their children or are medically unable to care for them, the majority of children requiring care in Australia have experienced some type of abuse and/or neglect. This course focuses on recognising and responding to child abuse and neglect. Types of child abuse, definitions and indicators of abuse or neglect. Case scenarios will reflect realistic situations of children who have experienced child abuse or neglect.
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Therapeutic parenting skills for carers using PACE

Thursday 16 November 2023
PACE is a way of thinking, feeling, communicating and behaving that aims to make children and young people feel safe. It is particularly effective in meeting the needs of children and young people who have experienced trauma. In this webinar, you will learn how to build trusting relationships, emotional connection and instill a sense of security in children. We will explore an attitude of PACE and how applying this attitude can help your therapeutic parenting style. Based on Dan Hughe's model, this webinar is useful for all carers to therapeutically care for and raise children. This webinar explores: • Attachment • Intersubjectivity. • Patterns of attachment. • Blocked trust, what it means and how it affects behaviour. • Responding to blocked trust. • Blocked care, what it means and how to avoid it. • Toxic shame. • The attitude of PACE and how applying this attitude can help your therapeutic parenting style.
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Protecting our children from suicide

Thursday 2 November 2023
Recent statistics show, 3043 people die by suicide each year. That is double the road toll and equals 8.3 deaths by suicide each day. You can make a profound difference to a young persons life who may be having suicidal thoughts. This webinar aims to raise awareness and prevention of suicide. Webinar content includes: Defining suicide. Why young people take their own lives. Possible warning signs a person is contemplating suicide. Risk factors and protective factors. Myths and facts about suicide. Responding to and supporting a child or young person at risk of suicide. Let's start the conversation.
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Parenting with PACE (SOLD OUT)

Tuesday 17 October 2023
This webinar is a game-changer, offering valuable tools and strategies to help parents navigate the challenges of raising children who have experienced traumatic situations. With PACE, you can develop a deeper understanding of your child's needs and learn effective techniques to create a safe and supportive environment. Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to enhance your parenting skills and provide the best possible care for your child. Enroll in our Parenting course PACE for trauma today!
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Being a Trauma Informed Carer

Monday 16 October 2023
In this informative trauma workshop, you will have the opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of how trauma affects children’s behavior and increased confidence to support children who have experienced trauma. There will be an opportunity for group discussions, a review and feedback. We will explore: - What is trauma? - What the research tells us about trauma. - Strategies to care for children who are in flight/fight/freeze mode. - The physical and emotional impact of trauma.
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Suicide Awareness and Prevention Training Webinar

Wednesday 6 September 2023
When family members, clients, colleagues, and other individuals in the workplace attempt suicide or die by suicide, it has an impact on all people. In this training webinar, we provide comprehensive tools and strategies you can utilise if you think somebody is suicidal. We explore the warning signs and risk factors along with psychological safety in the workplace. We provide a unique action plan that can be used in the workplace if you are concerned about a colleague.
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Walk with me; a carers guide to attachment and bonding.

Tuesday 12 September 2023
Attachment and bonding is a significant theory as it not only relates to children in care but all human beings. If we understand our own attachment style, we can make positive changes and become more secure. Therefore, better able to become a child’s secure base to feel confident, safe, and protected. This webinar explores: Different types of attachment styles that develop from infancy. Characteristics of each attachment style in children and young people as well as characteristics of their parents and caregivers. How a person’s attachment style affects their behaviours and relationships throughout their lives. Case scenarios that explore the different attachment styles. Lets help children and young people learn they are capable of giving and receiving love.
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Information session on becoming a foster or kinship carer

Between Friday 7 January 2022 and Wednesday 6 September 2023
This informative information session created by Fostering Growth provides valuable information about foster care in Australia for those considering becoming foster carers. You will have immediate access to the session following your purchase. This session runs for approximately 1 hour 15 minutes. Cost $50+gst
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Protecting our children from suicide SOLD OUT

Wednesday 6 September 2023
Recent statistics show, 3043 people die by suicide each year. That is double the road toll and equals 8.3 deaths by suicide each day. You can make a profound difference to a young persons life who may be having suicidal thoughts. This webinar aims to raise awareness and prevention of suicide. Webinar content includes: Defining suicide. Why young people take their own lives. Possible warning signs a person is contemplating suicide. Risk factors and protective factors. Myths and facts about suicide. Responding to and supporting a child or young person at risk of suicide. Let's start the conversation.
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Therapeutic parenting skills for carers using PACE

Tuesday 22 August 2023
PACE is a way of thinking, feeling, communicating and behaving that aims to make children and young people feel safe. It is particularly effective in meeting the needs of children and young people who have experienced trauma. In this webinar, you will learn how to build trusting relationships, emotional connection and instill a sense of security in children. We will explore an attitude of PACE and how applying this attitude can help your therapeutic parenting style. Based on Dan Hughe's model, this webinar is useful for all carers to therapeutically care for and raise children. This webinar explores: • Attachment • Intersubjectivity. • Patterns of attachment. • Blocked trust, what it means and how it affects behaviour. • Responding to blocked trust. • Blocked care, what it means and how to avoid it. • Toxic shame. • The attitude of PACE and how applying this attitude can help your therapeutic parenting style.
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Child Protection: Identify & Respond

Monday 14 August 2023
While some parents relinquish care of their children or are medically unable to care for them, the majority of children requiring care in Australia have experienced some type of abuse and/or neglect. This course focuses on recognising and responding to child abuse and neglect. Types of child abuse, definitions and indicators of abuse or neglect. Case scenarios will reflect realistic situations of children who have experienced child abuse or neglect.
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My Life Story; Be Real Be Honest SOLD OUT

Tuesday 25 July 2023
Learn how to have honest conversations with children in care. This short webinar is aimed to promote, protect, and nurture each child and young person's individual life story. Every person has a life story. No two stories will ever be the same, but everyone is unique and worth capturing. This webinar covers: • What is a life story? • The importance of life story work for a child or young person in care. • Creative ideas for life story work. • Including the child or young person in their life story work. • Examples that reflect the importance of life story work throughout the child and young person’s life.
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Protecting our children from suicide.

Wednesday 21 June 2023
Recent statistics show, 3043 people die by suicide each year. That is double the road toll and equals 8.3 deaths by suicide each day. You can make a profound difference to a young persons life who may be having suicidal thoughts. This webinar aims to raise awareness and prevention of suicide. Webinar content includes: Defining suicide. Why young people take their own lives. Possible warning signs a person is contemplating suicide. Risk factors and protective factors. Myths and facts about suicide. Responding to and supporting a child or young person at risk of suicide. Let's start the conversation.
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Walk with me; a carers guide to attachment and bonding.

Thursday 8 June 2023
Attachment and bonding is a significant theory as it not only relates to children in care but all human beings. If we understand our own attachment style, we can make positive changes and become more secure. Therefore, better able to become a child’s secure base to feel confident, safe, and protected. This webinar explores: Different types of attachment styles that develop from infancy. Characteristics of each attachment style in children and young people as well as characteristics of their parents and caregivers. How a person’s attachment style affects their behaviours and relationships throughout their lives. Case scenarios that explore the different attachment styles. Lets help children and young people learn they are capable of giving and receiving love.
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Being a Trauma Informed Carer

Tuesday 30 May 2023
In this informative trauma workshop, you will have the opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of how trauma affects children’s behavior and increased confidence to support children who have experienced trauma. There will be an opportunity for group discussions, a review and feedback. We will explore: - What is trauma? - What the research tells us about trauma. - Strategies to care for children who are in flight/fight/freeze mode. - The physical and emotional impact of trauma.
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Therapeutic parenting skills for carers using PACE

Tuesday 23 May 2023
PACE is a way of thinking, feeling, communicating and behaving that aims to make children and young people feel safe. It is particularly effective in meeting the needs of children and young people who have experienced trauma. In this webinar, you will learn how to build trusting relationships, emotional connection and instill a sense of security in children. We will explore an attitude of PACE and how applying this attitude can help your therapeutic parenting style. Based on Dan Hughe's model, this webinar is useful for all carers to therapeutically care for and raise children. This webinar explores: • Attachment • Intersubjectivity. • Patterns of attachment. • Blocked trust, what it means and how it affects behaviour. • Responding to blocked trust. • Blocked care, what it means and how to avoid it. • Toxic shame. • The attitude of PACE and how applying this attitude can help your therapeutic parenting style.
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My Life Story; Be Real Be Honest SOLD OUT

Thursday 11 May 2023
Learn how to have honest conversations with children in care. This short webinar is aimed to promote, protect, and nurture each child and young person's individual life story. Every person has a life story. No two stories will ever be the same, but everyone is unique and worth capturing. This webinar covers: • What is a life story? • The importance of life story work for a child or young person in care. • Creative ideas for life story work. • Including the child or young person in their life story work. • Examples that reflect the importance of life story work throughout the child and young person’s life.
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Helping children Heal after domestic violence

Tuesday 28 March 2023
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AN AUSTRALIAN PANDEMIC Domestic and family violence has reached epidemic proportions in Australia and is now the leading preventable cause of injury and death in women under 45 years. This webinar explores: The types of domestic/family violence. Understanding the impact of witnessing domestic violence on children and young people. Understanding the impact of domestic violence in the Australian child protection system. Identify the best ways of supporting children who have witnessed domestic violence. The high rate of substantiated emotional abuse of children and young people in Australia highlights the psychological impact domestic violence has on infants, children and young people.
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Carer Wellbeing

Wednesday 22 March 2023
You have requested and we have listened. We are bringing you an open floor platform to discuss carer wellbeing in safe space. Facilitated by educators Alison and Tammy, carers will have the opportunity to discuss and share their own wellbeing struggles, challenges and compassion fatigue in a relaxed atmosphere and hear about strategies and resources from other carers. We will cover breathing exercises, building positive relationship with your caseworker and techniques to get through the hard time. Let's take care of ourselves while taking care of others and regain our passion.
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Walk with me; a carers guide to attachment and bonding.

Tuesday 21 March 2023
Attachment and bonding is a significant theory as it not only relates to children in care but all human beings. If we understand our own attachment style, we can make positive changes and become more secure. Therefore, better able to become a child’s secure base to feel confident, safe, and protected. This webinar explores: Different types of attachment styles that develop from infancy. Characteristics of each attachment style in children and young people as well as characteristics of their parents and caregivers. How a person’s attachment style affects their behaviours and relationships throughout their lives. Case scenarios that explore the different attachment styles. Lets help children and young people learn they are capable of giving and receiving love.
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Child Protection is Everybody's Responsibility

Tuesday 14 March 2023
Child protection is a significant webinar for all foster carers regardless of the age or stage of children and young people in your care. All children need care and protection and therefore there is legislation to protect their rights and wellbeing. While some parents relinquish care of their children or are medically unable to care for them, majority of children and young people in care have experienced abuse and/or neglect. This webinar focuses on recognising and responding to child abuse and neglect. Types of child abuse, definitions and indicators of abuse or neglect will also be covered. Real life examples will be explored together reflecting the situations of children in care who have experienced significant child abuse and/or neglect.
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My Life Story; Be Real Be Honest

Wednesday 1 March 2023
Learn how to have honest conversations with children in care. This short webinar is aimed to promote, protect, and nurture each child and young person's individual life story. Every person has a life story. No two stories will ever be the same, but everyone is unique and worth capturing. This webinar covers: • What is a life story? • The importance of life story work for a child or young person in care. • Creative ideas for life story work. • Including the child or young person in their life story work. • Examples that reflect the importance of life story work throughout the child and young person’s life.
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Therapeutic parenting skills for carers using PACE

Tuesday 28 February 2023
PACE is a way of thinking, feeling, communicating and behaving that aims to make children and young people feel safe. It is particularly effective in meeting the needs of children and young people who have experienced trauma. In this webinar, you will learn how to build trusting relationships, emotional connection and instill a sense of security in children. We will explore an attitude of PACE and how applying this attitude can help your therapeutic parenting style. Based on Dan Hughe's model, this webinar is useful for all carers to therapeutically care for and raise children. This webinar explores: • Attachment • Intersubjectivity. • Patterns of attachment. • Blocked trust, what it means and how it affects behaviour. • Responding to blocked trust. • Blocked care, what it means and how to avoid it. • Toxic shame. • The attitude of PACE and how applying this attitude can help your therapeutic parenting style.
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Protecting our children from suicide.

Tuesday 21 February 2023
Recent statistics show, 3043 people die by suicide each year. That is double the road toll and equals 8.3 deaths by suicide each day. You can make a profound difference to a young persons life who may be having suicidal thoughts. This webinar aims to raise awareness and prevention of suicide. Webinar content includes: Defining suicide. Why young people take their own lives. Possible warning signs a person is contemplating suicide. Risk factors and protective factors. Myths and facts about suicide. Responding to and supporting a child or young person at risk of suicide. Let's start the conversation.
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Understanding the impact of Domestic and Family Violence

Friday 25 November 2022
Understanding the impact of Domestic and Family Violence
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Parenting with PACE

Monday 7 November 2022
Parenting with PACE
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Parenting with PACE

Friday 28 October 2022
Parenting with PACE
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Understanding the impact of Domestic and Family Violence

Monday 17 October 2022
Understanding the impact of Domestic and Family Violence
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Family and Domestic Violence

Between Tuesday 6 September 2022 and Friday 9 September 2022
Domestic and Family Violence can happen to anyone, regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation, race, socioeconomic status, religion, or nationality. Domestic Violence isn’t always physical, and in this webinar we will look at all types including sexual, financial, emotional, intimidation, and stalking. Domestic Violence can seriously harm a child’s emotional, psychological, and physical wellbeing, even in utero. Domestic Violence can also affect a person’s ability to parent.
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Parenting with PACE

Between Friday 12 August 2022 and Tuesday 30 August 2022
PACE is a way of thinking, feeling, communicating and behaving that aims to make children and young people feel safe. It is particularly effective in meeting the needs of children and young people who have experienced trauma. In this webinar, you will learn how to build trusting relationships, emotional connection and how to instill a sense of security in children. We will explore an attitude of PACE and how applying this attitude can help your therapeutic parenting style.
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Life Story Work webinar

Tuesday 28 June 2022
This workshop provides carers with a unique opportunity to explore and create a child’s life story.
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Attachment & Bonding webinar

Wednesday 15 June 2022
Attachment theory is significant as it not only relates to children in care but to all human beings. If we have an understanding of our own attachment style we are better able to make positive changes to become more secure and become a child’s secure base to feel confident, safe and protected.
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Child Protection: Identify & Respond

Tuesday 31 May 2022
While some parents relinquish care of their children or are medically unable to care for them, the majority of children requiring care in Australia have experienced some type of abuse and/or neglect. This course focuses on recognising and responding to child abuse and neglect. Types of child abuse, definitions and indicators of abuse or neglect. Case scenarios will reflect realistic situations of children who have experienced child abuse or neglect.
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Suicide Awareness and Prevention

Wednesday 18 May 2022
Do you know that on average 8 people die of suicide everyday in Australia? This is more than double the road toll. Australia seen a pandemic of suicide in 2021, with youth suicide clusters occurring throughout the country. This webinar explores: - What is suicide. - Statistics on suicide. - Myths and facts about suicide. - Warning signs, risk and protective factors. - What to do if you think someone is suicidal. Lets work together to identify the warning signs and protect our youth.
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Being a Trauma Informed Carer

Tuesday 3 May 2022
In this informative trauma workshop, you will have the opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of how trauma affects children’s behavior and increased confidence to support children who have experienced trauma. There will be an opportunity for group discussions, a review and feedback. We will explore: - What is trauma? - What the research tells us about trauma. - Strategies to care for children who are in flight/fight/freeze mode. - The physical and emotional impact of trauma.
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Life Story Work webinar

Wednesday 30 March 2022
This workshop provides carers with a unique opportunity to explore and create a child’s life story.
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Attachment & Bonding webinar

Tuesday 15 March 2022
Attachment theory is significant as it not only relates to children in care but to all human beings. If we have an understanding of our own attachment style we are better able to make positive changes to become more secure and become a child’s secure base to feel confident, safe and protected.
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Child Protection: Identify & Respond

Wednesday 2 March 2022
While some parents relinquish care of their children or are medically unable to care for them, the majority of children requiring care in Australia have experienced some type of abuse and/or neglect. This course focuses on recognising and responding to child abuse and neglect. Types of child abuse, definitions and indicators of abuse or neglect. Case scenarios will reflect realistic situations of children who have experienced child abuse or neglect.
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Suicide Awareness and Prevention

Tuesday 15 February 2022
Do you know that on average 8 people die of suicide everyday in Australia? This is more than double the road toll. Australia seen a pandemic of suicide in 2021, with youth suicide clusters occurring throughout the country. This webinar explores: - What is suicide. - Statistics on suicide. - Myths and facts about suicide. - Warning signs, risk and protective factors. - What to do if you think someone is suicidal. Lets work together to identify the warning signs and protect our youth.
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Being a Trauma Informed Carer

Wednesday 2 February 2022
In this informative trauma workshop, you will have the opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of how trauma affects children’s behavior and increased confidence to support children who have experienced trauma. There will be an opportunity for group discussions, a review and feedback. We will explore: - What is trauma? - What the research tells us about trauma. - Strategies to care for children who are in flight/fight/freeze mode. - The physical and emotional impact of trauma.
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Life Story Work webinar

Thursday 9 December 2021
This workshop provides carers with a unique opportunity to explore and create a child’s life story.
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Attachment & Bonding webinar

Thursday 2 December 2021
Attachment theory is significant as it not only relates to children in care but to all human beings. If we have an understanding of our own attachment style we are better able to make positive changes to become more secure and become a child’s secure base to feel confident, safe and protected.
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Child Protection: Identify & Respond

Thursday 25 November 2021
While some parents relinquish care of their children or are medically unable to care for them, the majority of children requiring care in Australia have experienced some type of abuse and/or neglect. This course focuses on recognising and responding to child abuse and neglect. Types of child abuse, definitions and indicators of abuse or neglect. Case scenarios will reflect realistic situations of children who have experienced child abuse or neglect.
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Suicide Awareness and Prevention

Thursday 18 November 2021
Do you know that on average 8 people die of suicide everyday in Australia? This is more than double the road toll. Australia seen a pandemic of suicide in 2021, with youth suicide clusters occurring throughout the country. This webinar explores: - What is suicide. - Statistics on suicide. - Myths and facts about suicide. - Warning signs, risk and protective factors. - What to do if you think someone is suicidal. Lets work together to identify the warning signs and protect our youth.
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Being a Trauma Informed Carer

Thursday 11 November 2021
In this informative trauma workshop, you will have the opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of how trauma affects children’s behavior and increased confidence to support children who have experienced trauma. There will be an opportunity for group discussions, a review and feedback. We will explore: - What is trauma? - What the research tells us about trauma. - Strategies to care for children who are in flight/fight/freeze mode. - The physical and emotional impact of trauma.
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Life Story Work webinar

Thursday 4 November 2021
This workshop provides carers with a unique opportunity to explore and create a child’s life story.
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Attachment & Bonding webinar

Thursday 28 October 2021
Attachment theory is significant as it not only relates to children in care but to all human beings. If we have an understanding of our own attachment style we are better able to make positive changes to become more secure and become a child’s secure base to feel confident, safe and protected.
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Child Protection: Identify & Respond

Thursday 21 October 2021
While some parents relinquish care of their children or are medically unable to care for them, the majority of children requiring care in Australia have experienced some type of abuse and/or neglect. This course focuses on recognising and responding to child abuse and neglect. Types of child abuse, definitions and indicators of abuse or neglect. Case scenarios will reflect realistic situations of children who have experienced child abuse or neglect.
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Suicide Awareness and Prevention

Thursday 14 October 2021
Do you know that on average 8 people die of suicide everyday in Australia? This is more than double the road toll. Australia seen a pandemic of suicide in 2021, with youth suicide clusters occurring throughout the country. This webinar explores: - What is suicide. - Statistics on suicide. - Myths and facts about suicide. - Warning signs, risk and protective factors. - What to do if you think someone is suicidal. Lets work together to identify the warning signs and protect our youth.
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Being a Trauma Informed Carer

Thursday 7 October 2021
In this informative trauma workshop, you will have the opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of how trauma affects children’s behavior and increased confidence to support children who have experienced trauma. There will be an opportunity for group discussions, a review and feedback. We will explore: - What is trauma? - What the research tells us about trauma. - Strategies to care for children who are in flight/fight/freeze mode. - The physical and emotional impact of trauma.
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Life Story Work webinar

Thursday 16 September 2021
This workshop provides carers with a unique opportunity to explore and create a child’s life story.
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Attachment & Bonding webinar

Thursday 9 September 2021
Attachment theory is significant as it not only relates to children in care but to all human beings. If we have an understanding of our own attachment style we are better able to make positive changes to become more secure and become a child’s secure base to feel confident, safe and protected.
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Life Story Work webinar

Thursday 9 September 2021
Often when children and young people come into care they arrive with very little possessions and significant life story items. Stories and events are not always passed on from birth family or previous placements. Important memorabilia, keepsakes, knowledge and stories are often lost along the way. This workshop provides carers with a unique opportunity to explore and create a child’s life story.
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Child Protection: Identify & Respond

Thursday 12 August 2021
While some parents relinquish care of their children or are medically unable to care for them, the majority of children requiring care in Australia have experienced some type of abuse and/or neglect. This course focuses on recognising and responding to child abuse and neglect. Types of child abuse, definitions and indicators of abuse or neglect. Case scenarios will reflect realistic situations of children who have experienced child abuse or neglect.
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Suicide Awareness and Prevention

Thursday 5 August 2021
Do you know that on average 8 people die of suicide everyday in Australia? This is more than double the road toll. Australia seen a pandemic of suicide in 2021, with youth suicide clusters occurring throughout the country. This webinar explores: - What is suicide. - Statistics on suicide. - Myths and facts about suicide. - Warning signs, risk and protective factors. - What to do if you think someone is suicidal. Lets work together to identify the warning signs and protect our youth.
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Attachment & Bonding webinar

Thursday 5 August 2021
Attachment theory is significant as it not only relates to children in care but to all human beings. If we have an understanding of our own attachment style we are better able to make positive changes to become more secure and become a child’s secure base to feel confident, safe and protected.
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Suicide Awareness and Prevention Webinar

Thursday 29 July 2021
Do you know that on average 8 people die of suicide everyday in Australia? This is more than double the road toll. Australia seen a pandemic of suicide in 2021, with youth suicide clusters occurring throughout the country. This workshop explores: - What is suicide. - Statistics on suicide in Australia. - Myths and facts about suicide. - Warning signs, risk and protective factors. - What to do if you think someone is suicidal. Lets work together to identify the warning signs and protect youth.
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Being a Trauma Informed Carer

Thursday 22 July 2021
In this informative trauma workshop, you will have the opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of how trauma affects children’s behavior and increased confidence to support children who have experienced trauma. There will be an opportunity for group discussions, a review and feedback. We will explore: - What is trauma? - What the research tells us about trauma. - Strategies to care for children who are in flight/fight/freeze mode. - The physical and emotional impact of trauma.
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Being a Trauma Informed Carer

Thursday 15 July 2021
In this informative trauma webinar, you will have the opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of how trauma affects children’s behavior and increased confidence to support children who have experienced trauma. There will be an opportunity for group discussions, a review and feedback.