‘Shut off, sad, hurt & angry’: Behaviours that challenge in therapeutic residential care

CETC- ITC-SOSHA

‘Shut off, sad, hurt & angry’: Behaviours that challenge in therapeutic residential care

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CETC- SOSHA_PD

2019 Cert IV Youth Justice- cohort 1

2019CIVYJ

2019 Cert IV Youth Justice- cohort 2

2019 CIVYJ2

2020 Customised Training

2020CUST

2021 Certificate IV Youth Justice

Cert IVYJTF2021

2021 Customised Training: Face to Face

2021CUSTF2F

2021 Customised Training: Online

2021CUSTONLINE

2021 GCDT

2021GCDT

2022 Customised Face to Face Training

2022CUSTF2F

2022 Customised Online Training

2022CUSTONLINE

2022 GCDT

2022GCDT

2023 Customised Face to Face Training

2023CUSTF2F

2023 Customised Online Training

2023CUSTONLINE

2023 GCDT

2023GCDT

Action Feedback Kit for Children and Young People

ERFV

Applying national child safe principles for organisations

SG-ANCSPO

Assessing and Responding to Young People who Display Harmful Sexual Behavior in the Care Context

CETC- ARYPDH

Blocked care: You are not alone, it’s a brain thing

Ever felt like a failure as a carer? Feel like you made a huge mistake? If you find yourself feeling angry, lost, or hopeless in your relationship with the children or young people you are caring for, you are not alone!!! In fact, it’s a brain thing! In this virtual session, Noel MacNamara (kinship carer & Deputy Director of CETC) will explore how the stressful experience of caring for a child who has experienced trauma can result in “Blocked Care”.

CETC - BCYNA

Bringing Up Great Kids Facilitator Training

PES-BUGK

Bringing Up Great Kids for Kinship Carers

PES-BUGK KC

Bringing Up Great Kids in the First 1000 Days

PES-BUGK1000

Bringing Up Great Kids in the First 1000 days- Webinar Series

BUGK1000WEB

Bringing Up Great Kids: Learning the basics for professionals who work one on one with parents

PES-BUGKLBPWWP

BUGK Facilitator Forum

PES-BUGK FORUM

BUGK for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Families

PES-BUGKFATSIF

BUGK: Parenting Adolescents

PES-BUGKA

BUGK: Parenting After Family Violence

PES-BUGKFV

CAMHS - Supporting Children and Young People to Heal from the Trauma of Family Violence

CAMHS-SCYPHFV

CAMHS - Trauma Responsive Practice with Children

CAMHS-TRPC

CAMHS - Trauma Responsive Practice with Families

CAMHS-TRPF

Care Teams – Collaborative Process for Healing and Change

CETC-CT1

Care Teams – Part 2: Facilitating a Care Team

CETC CT2

CARING online training

CARE

Catholic Education Office Training

PET- CESA

Catholic Education Western Australia

CEWA

Cert IV Child, Youth & Family Intervention - CHCMS007 and CHCPRT010

PET CYFI

Cert IV Child, Youth and Family Intervention- Waiting List

CETC CerIVCYFI

Certificate IV Youth Justice

Cert IV YJ DoJ

Certificate IV Youth Justice

Cert IV YJ TF

Child safe culture and leadership

SG-CSCL

Child Safety in Local Government

SG-CSLG

Child Safety in Schools

SG-CSS

Child Sexual Exploitation Training Launch & Panel Discussion

CETC- CSET

Circle Program - A Therapeutic Approach to Foster Care

CIRCLE

Client Mix and Client Matching in Therapeutic Care

CETC-CMCM

Community of Practice - Peer learning & support in therapeutic care

Community of Practice – peer learning & support in therapeutic care is for therapeutic specialists and others who provide therapeutic leadership across all aspects of service delivery in therapeutic out of home care.

CETC-COP-PD

Community of Practice - Peer learning & support in therapeutic care


 

CETC-COP-ITC

Continuity and Change: A Trauma Responsive Approach to Managing Transitions for Children and Young People

C&C

Cradle 2 Kinder

C2K

Department for Child Protection: Understanding the Neurobiology of Complex Trauma

DCPSA

Department for Child Protection: Understanding the Neurobiology of Complex Trauma - Day 2 training only

DCPSAday2

Diploma of Child, Youth and Family- Waiting List

CETC DCYF

Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy – Foundational and Advanced

Courses in the Brain Based Attachment Model for working with traumatised children, young people and their carers and families, developed by Dan Hughes.

PET-DDP

Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy and Practice (DDPP) Masterclass with Dr Sian Phillips

PET DDPMC

Empowering young people’s sexuality: An attachment-based understanding of harmful sexual behaviors and sexual exploitation in out-of-home care

CETC- ITC-ETPS

Empowering young people’s sexuality: An attachment-based understanding of harmful sexual behaviours and sexual exploitation in out-of-home care

CETC- ETPS

Facilitating Online BUGK Parent Groups

PES BUGKONLINE

FASD – The hidden disability you may see in out-of-home care every day

In this jointly run, online event between the CETC and NOFASD Australia, you will hear from experts and carers about the importance of recognising FASD, the experiences of foster and kinship carers, and the kinds of support and strategies that can help children and young people reach their full potential and increase placement stability. 

CETC-FASD

Foundational Training in Intensive Therapeutic Care

CETC-FTITC

Foundational Training in Intensive Therapeutic Care ACT and MC1D

FTITC_ACT &MC1D

Foundational Training in Intensive Therapeutic Care- Group Bookings

FTITC- GROUP

Foundational Training in ITC - Online Integration Workshops

CETC-ITCINT

GCDT Tutorials

GCDT-TUT

Grounded Neuroscience of Leadership

PET-GNL

Healing Relational Trauma Through Play

PES-DET HRTTP

Heart to Heart Cards- A Reflective Tool for exploring the meaning of our closest relationships

PET-HTH

Identifying and responding to harmful sexual behaviour by children and young people

SG-IRHSBCY

Identifying and responding to vicarious trauma in staff and volunteers

SG-IRVTSV

Intensive Therapeutic Transitional Care Community of Practice

CETC- ITTCCP

ITC Trauma Informed Supervision

CETC-ICT-TIS

Leadership and trauma-informed mentoring

PES-DET MENT

Leadership Forum

LFICETC

Let’s Talk: Pornography, consent and young people’s sexual development in out-of-home care

What is your role as a kinship carer, foster carer or residential youth worker in supporting children and young people learn about sex, consent, healthy relationships, and sexuality? For many of us, these questions cause discomfort and confusion about how and when to provide appropriate support and guidance. In this workshop, social worker and senior specialist in therapeutic care Cyra Fernandes will lead participants through a series of real world case studies, explore concerns and strategies to support children and young people.

CETC- LTPCY- PD

Let’s Talk: Pornography, consent and young people’s sexual development in out-of-home care

CETC- ITC-LTPCY

Making SPACE for Learning

PET-MSFL

Moving and Soothing

PET-MAS

My Forever Family Trauma Training

MFFTT

Neurobiology of Self Care

PET-NSC

Panel: Responding to the needs of children and young people in out-of-home care from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds

Although 28% of people living in Australia were born overseas (2016 Australian Bureau of Statistics) there is no consistent data being collected about how many children and young people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds (CALD) are in out of home care. This lack of consistent data suggests that these children and young people are somewhat invisible and their cultural needs for connection, identity, and belonging are not being considered in an integrated and meaningful way.

CETC - CALD

Practice Support and Learning Group: Intensive Therapeutic Care House Managers / Supervisors

CETC-PSLG

Reflective Practice Workshop

CETC-REFLECT-PD

Reflective Practice Workshop

CETC-ITCREFLECT

Responding to 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. Part One of the training is comprised of 8 online learning modules, Part Two is a resource kit to support meaningful conversations with young people in care.

CETC-RCSE

Responding to Trauma- Integrative Webinars

RTT-IW- NSW

Seeking and integrating feedback from children and young people

SG-SIFCY

Self-Care the Overlooked Competency

SCOC

Sexually Harmful Behaviours – Part 1

CETC SHB1

Sexually Harmful Behaviours – Part 2

CETC SHB2

Staff Mandatory Training

ACFSTAFF

Staff Practice Knowledge Series 2022

STAFF-PRAC

Strategies for Managing Abuse Related Trauma

SMART

Supporting Children and Young People to Heal from the Trauma of Family Violence



 

PET-ATS

The Big Tree Therapeutic Dolls – New Stories and Characters

PET- BTTD

Therapeutic Dolls for Trauma Responsive Practice with Children

The Australian Childhood Foundation has designed a new range of innovative therapeutic dolls that support neurobiologically focused metaphor and thematic work with traumatised children in any context. These dolls are a part of the Big Tree community of characters, available in the App Store.  A comprehensive practice manual and one of the dolls are included in the workshop cost.

PET-TD

Therapeutic Services Training

TS-TRAINING

Therapeutic Specialist Forum

CETCFORUM

Therapeutic work with children and young people in the online space – a trauma responsive approach

TWCYP

Tools for Seeking and Integrating Children’s Voices in Service Design and delivery

PET-VCP

Tools for Seeking and Integrating Children’s Voices in Service Design and Delivery Online Course

TOOLSONLINE