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Supporting Safety: Children & young people in the gendered violence context

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This two-part series workshop is designed to provide knowledge of the complexities of work with children within the family context.

About this Event

In Australia, gendered violence most often occurs in domestic and family relationships and may take one or more forms, including emotional, physical and sexual abuse. Violence in the home can have traumatic and long-lasting impacts on children, including poorer physical and emotional health outcomes. It is now known that it is important that children and young people are kept visible during responses that impact on their lives, and have their rights and opinions taken into account.

Completing this training will build on your understanding of:

• Gendered violence impacts on children and young people

• Attachment theory and the protective parent perspective

• Risk assessment, safety, and support planning with children

• Trauma and child development

• Supporting the protective parent

Learning Outcomes

  1. Recognise DFV impacts on children and the protective parent
  2. Evaluate risk assessment and safety planning practices for working with children.
  3. Identify supportive practices for the protective parent
  4. Recognise the impact of trauma on child development

These learning outcomes are based on current research and evidence, the principles of safety, respect, access and equity and the convention on the rights of the child.

This two Part Series is held on:

28th October 2020 - 9:30am - 12:30pm

29th October 2020 - 9:30am - 12:30pm

By registering you will be registered for both sessions

WorkUP Queensland is delivered by The Healing Foundation and ANROWS to build and grow capability and capacity of the sexual violence, women's health and domestic and family violence sector over the next five years.

You can visit our website at WorkUP Queensland to find out more about our work and the development of the regional workforce plans.

Who should attend

This is for workers in the domestic and family violence and women’s wellbeing sectors, including sexual assault services and women’s shelters.

Mode of Delivery

Live interactive workshop delivered via Zoom

About the Facilitators

Suewellyn Kelly

CQUniversity Associate Lecturer Suewellyn Kelly is an educator and practitioner with 30 years’ experience in the health, community, and education sectors. She has worked with the Youth Affairs Network Queensland, the Queensland Council of Social Service, the Mackay Community Crime Prevention Action Team, and the Mackay Aboriginal and Islander Justice Alternative Group. Suewellyn has a keen interest in promoting integrated, holistic work practices - both in advocacy and program development roles – to address “silo” responses to domestic violence, sexual assault, homelessness, mental health, substance misuse, generational trauma, as well as educational, social, and financial exclusion.

Elizabeth Boardman

Elizabeth Boardman has worked in a variety of women’s services, throughout south-East Queensland and in the United Kingdom, delivering front-line interventions for women and children, including at the Gold Coast DVPC. She has developed numerous therapeutic and educational groups for clients, as well as facilitating awareness building and advocacy within the wider community. Liz is one of QCDFVR's key personnel, most recently leading training for GP practices in Brisbane South, and facilitating two Communities of Practice. Liz is passionate about ensuring the wellbeing of children, and has completed Safe & Together (CORE) and Circle of Security (Facilitator) Training.

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