Working Therapeutically - A workshop with author Nicki Weld (Wellington)
• Define relational trauma and impacts.
• Name key components in developing a relational foundation.
• Describe supportive counselling
• Name ways to provide psycho-education around trauma.
• Identify ways to work with loss and grief.
• Describe ways to support the development of a healthy self-relationship and interpersonal relationships.
• Identify ways to work with anxiety and anger.
• Explore the conscious use of self in the provision of therapeutic work.
This is a great opportunity to enhance your knowledge of trauma informed work. Developed from Nicki Weld’s and Stand Children's Services’ award-winning handbook – E Ko te Matakahi Maire - Therapeutic Social Work (2017).
Nicki Weld is the national social work advisor for Stand Children’s Services and a supervisor, consultant and educator. She is the author and coauthor of six books published in New Zealand, England, and Japan. She is the primary creator of the Three Houses tool used internationally.
Stand Children Services Tū Māia Whānau is a national child and family NGO that provides residential, school, and home based services to children aged between five and 12 years and their families. These include social work, therapeutic care and education, family therapy and parenting support.
Ticket price includes GST, lunch and morning tea.
Please choose between ticket only or ticket with a copy of E Ko te Matakahi Maire - Therapeutic Social Work