Special Events

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Anglicare WA hosts national and international guest presenters and trainers. 

Upcoming Special Event

Creating Child-Safe, Child Friendly Organisations: Can Sexual Abuse be 'Designed Out'?

Anglicare WA is proud to be hosting Professor Stephen Smallbone when he returns to WA in June 2016.

Professor Stephen Smallbone is a psychologist and Professor at the Griffith Criminology Institute, Director of Griffith Youth Forensic Service and Editor of the Journal of Sexual Aggression. Stephen’s research and practice team is concerned primarily with understanding and preventing sexual violence and abuse.

Professor Smallbone will be presenting Creating Child-Safe, Child-Friendly Organisations: Can Sexual Abuse Be ‘Designed Out?' in both Perth and Albany.

Professor Smallbone will focus on:

  • Understanding how, when, where, and why sexual abuse occurs
  • Place-based (or situational) approaches to preventing sexual abuse, particularly in organisational settings

This one day event is suitable for professionals and non-professionals who work with or engage in activities with children, young and vulnerable people in child serving organisations, community based organisations and educational settings. The workshop is also suitable for policy makers, managers, directors, human resource workers and board members of child serving organisations, community based organisations and places of education.

 

East Perth Event

Date: 7 June 2016
Time: 9:30am – 4:30pm
Fee: $295 incl GST
Location: East Perth
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Albany Event

Date: 9 June 2016
Time: 9:30am – 4:30pm
Fee: $295 incl GST
Location: Albany
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To register please click our Registration Form and return to training@anglicarewa.org.au or for more information see the flyer:

 

Previously we hosted

Rodney Vlais presented Complexities And Opportunities In Accountability For Men Who Perpetrate Family And Domestic Violence: What This Means For Community-Based, Civil And Criminal Justice Systems Agencies. The workshop was a huge success and many participants reported feeling up skilled in working with perpetrates of Family and Domestic violence.  We are delighted to be hosting a regional workshop in Broome on March 11th 2016 with Rodney.
 
Alan Jenkins presented "Reactive to Responsive: Ethical Interventions with men who have perpetrated violence and abuse" as part of our Family and Domestic Violence 2015 series. Alan is
a director of NADA and have published many articles the most recent being "Becoming Ethical: A Parallel Journey with Men Who Have Abused".

Anita Morris presented a workshop designed to cater for the needs of practitioners working in family law and child protection on understanding the child and children’s relationships in the context of family violence.   

Dr Jennifer McIntosh presented "Considering the ‘Best interests of the children’ through a developmental lens". Jennifer McIntosh pioneered the development of child informed divorce mediation practices in Australia.

Dr Rebecca Coleman returned to WA to deliver her well received ‘MAP Time-In: Using mindfulness and self-compassion to repair the parent-child relationship’ training course.

Helen Glover on her first visit to WA presented a forum for the community sector on “How do services embrace the possibilities of a recovery framework.”  Helen is nationally and internationally recognised for her work with recovery-oriented practice within Mental Health Services.

Topical Issues Sessions

From time to time Anglicare WA delivers short information sessions or half day sessions. 

Watch this space for the next Topical Issues Session

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