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  • Wednesday 23 February 09:30am
    Presented by The Bouverie Centre, this free webinar introduces you to the Strengthening Connections program, operating within Victorian women’s prisons, and setting set women up with the relational resources and support network they need so they can leave prison and never return.

  • Wednesday 02 March 12:00am
    Presented by The Bouverie Centre, this blended format course supports practitioners and anyone in the helping professions already providing or soon to be providing clinical supervision. Learn a range of techniques to give and elicit feedback in supervision.

  • Thursday 17 March 09:30am
    This in-person workshop, presented by The Bouverie Centre, will explore the determinants and contexts that underpin the use of violence by adolescents against parents/carers. We will then look at how systemic ways of working with the adolescent, parent/carer and other family members can support positive change and enhanced family trust, respect and safety.

  • Thursday 24 March 01:00pm
    This live-stream online half-day implementation focused training is the practice companion to The Bouverie Centre’s Single Session Thinking (SST) self-paced online course. SST involves approaching the first session as if it will be the last, whilst creating opportunities for further work if requested by the client. This live-streamed training is designed to consolidate your SST knowledge and enhance the application of these ideas in your clinical practice.

  • Thursday 31 March 09:30am
    This live-stream course, presented by The Bouverie Centre, assists healthcare and welfare practitioners work systemically with families (non-offending parent, children, grandparents, etc) in the aftermath of domestic and family violence.

  • Monday 04 April 09:30am
    This 4-day live stream course, presented by The Bouverie Centre, provides a basic introduction to core concepts of family therapy theory and practice.

  • Wednesday 06 April 10:00am
    This free webinar, presented by The Bouverie Centre, aims to address Culturally Safe Trauma Informed Practices in our family therapy work with First Nations Communities. Throughout the session, you will explore child and adolescent development and attachment within a collectivist framework and optimizing experiences to assist with engagement.

  • Wednesday 27 April 09:00am
    This half-day in-person implementation focused training is the practice companion to The Bouverie Centre’s Single Session Family Consultation (SSFC) self-paced online course. It provides you with an opportunity to consolidate your knowledge of SSFC and enhance the application of these ideas in your clinical practice.

  • Tuesday 03 May 09:30am
    This 2-day course, presented by The Bouverie Centre, integrates theoretical and practical ideas from both individually oriented and systemic approaches when working with families and individuals where there has been trauma.

  • Wednesday 04 May 09:30am
    This free webinar, presented by The Bouverie Centre, introduces MERTIL (My Early Relational Trauma Informed Learning) for Parents, a 40-minute, evidence based online resource to promote the earliest foundations of trust in families.

  • Friday 06 May 09:30am
    Presented by The Bouverie Centre, this course provides a practice-based introduction to the school of Narrative Therapy founded by Michael White and David Epston. You will have the opportunity to discuss its principles, philosophies and concepts, and how they compare to other models, as well as practice some of these techniques.

  • Tuesday 17 May 09:30am
    This live-streamed online course, presented by The Bouverie Centre, will consider the significance and challenges of the relational system in responding to BPD/complex needs. We will consider the value of working mindfully, relationally and collaboratively in supporting sufferers, supporters/carers, family relationships and ourselves.

  • Thursday 19 May 09:30am
    Presented by The Bouverie Centre, this 2-day live-streamed course focuses on delivering supervision in groups, particularly health and welfare professionals, to promote meaningful and inclusive processes.

  • Thursday 09 June 09:00am
    This half-day live stream workshop, presented by The Bouverie Centre, complements our No Bullshit Therapy (NBT) self-paced online course. It supports the content of the self-paced online modules by building on your existing knowledge of NBT as a way to work respectfully with all people, including those reluctant to engage.

  • Monday 20 June 09:30am
    This course, which will be held in person at The Bouverie Centre, takes you through user-friendly approaches to understanding the Ainsworth systems for observing attachment, and brings them to life with observational footage of attachment interactions. Interventions to support attachment health will also be detailed.

  • Thursday 23 June 09:30am
    This workshop, held in person at The Bouverie Centre, considers the rationale for including children and play in family therapy and explores a range of creative techniques for involving all family members in sessions where there are children present.

  • Thursday 14 July 09:30am
    This 4-day live stream course, presented by The Bouverie Centre, provides a basic introduction to core concepts of family therapy theory and practice.

  • Monday 15 August 09:30am
    Are you a manager or supervisor in the helping professions looking to build positive team cultures? This workshop considers the challenges staff working in these professions face and explores the personal, professional and organisational responses in sustaining team resilience.

  • Thursday 18 August 09:30am
    This live-stream online course, presented by The Bouverie Centre, explores shame as a byproduct of trauma. It draws on Attachment and Trauma theories, Narrative Therapy and Family Therapy to explore how shame is manifest through the experience of trauma.

  • Tuesday 30 August 09:30am
    This 2-day course, presented by The Bouverie Centre, integrates theoretical and practical ideas from both individually oriented and systemic approaches when working with families and individuals where there has been trauma.

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