Working with Trauma and its Effects
|Presenters||Sue Foley B.Soc.Stud., M.A., M.S.W., M.Ed., Cert IV W.A.T., Accr. M.A.A.S.W.|
|Description||Trauma Focused CBT is an evidenced-based strategy for treating children and young people whose symptoms are persisting. It provides a very helpful framework and is a standardised model for treatment.
This presentation will identify the major components of TFCBT and identify creative ways of working within this framework.
The workshop component will involve opportunities to explore and practice some of these strategies. Some case examples will assist in exploring the application of this model to real practice. There will be use of some video-based teaching of various specialist clinicians as well.
This workshop will fulfill requirements for active professional development.
|About the presenter(s)||Sue Foley is a senior clinical social worker who is employed in the Department of Psychological Medicine at the Children's Hospital at Westmead. She is also a Children's Court Clinician and Family Court Report Writer. She is a member of the ISPCAN Council (International Society for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect) and is interested in treatment strategies that empower and enhance the overall wellbeing of people affected by abuse and trauma. She enjoys learning from the "wise ones" and translating this into practice.
Sue is a very experienced clinician who has been working with children and families in health and child protection since graduating in 1975. She has presented papers at overseas conferences, and is well known for her expertise in the area of childhood trauma and treatment. Sue is also a CAPTOS (Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Telemedicine Outreach Service) Coordinator and is passionate about capacity building for children, families, individuals and professionals, and enjoys addressing the challenges in work with children and families.
|Location||NSW Metro, Australia|
|Venue||Parramatta RSL Club
cnr O'Connell and Macquarie Streets, Parramatta
Please contact the event organiser to confirm if this venue is wheelchair accessible
|Start/End Date||23 Nov 2012|
|Time||9:30 am - 4:30 pm - Registration and coffee from 9 am.|
|Cost||$180 CAFIG members; $100 students and country members; $230 non-members|
|Organiser||IG - Child, Adolescent & Family Psychology Interest Group (CAFIG) (NSW)|
|Contact Name||Judy Christian|