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How to thrive in lock down, lean into what works in therapeutic care
Lock down means we lose touch with many things: friends, family, freedom. For young people, therapeutic youth workers and other staff in Intensive Therapeutic Care, however, it also offers an opportunity to lean into what we know works in therapeutic care.Read More
Child Sexual Exploitation
Responding to Child Sexual Exploitation is an online self-paced training for caseworkers, residential workers, house supervisors and managers, therapeutic specialists and organisational leaders working in out of home care and therapeutic care.Learn more
Changing your practice to being trauma informed in therapeutic residential care
Whilst the following Arabian proverb takes a bit to get your head around it leads rather nicely into this blog and our brief introduction on the relevance of the conscious competence model.Read More
Intensive Therapeutic Transitional Care
The purpose of this Community of Practice is to provide a space for ITTC staff from across the state to exchange ideas, practice, knowledge and solutions.Learn More
Accessible Knowledge to Guide Practice
Our Research Briefs and Practice Guides support those working in therapeutic residential care to achieve high quality outcomes for young people.
Our Therapeutic Specialist Communities of Practice and Bi-Annual Therapeutic Specialists Forum support collaborative problem solving and inter-agency solutions.
The Centre for Excellence in Therapeutic Care acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Custodians of the land and waters across Australia in which we share. We pay our respects to Elders past and present and to the children who are leaders of tomorrow. We acknowledge the histories and living cultures and the many thousands of years in which Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have raised their children to be safe and strong. We recognise and accept it is the oldest continuous living culture in the world and that their sovereignty has never been ceded.