Child Inclusive Practice (CIP) is an empirical and evidence-based process that seeks to assist parents in refocusing on and planning for the needs of their child/ren post-separation. Learn the skills [...]
Child Inclusive Practice (CIP) is an empirical and evidence-based process that seeks to assist parents in refocusing on and planning for the needs of their child/ren post-separation. Learn the skills and knowledge needed to become a Child Inclusive Practitioner within the Family Dispute/Family Counselling process.
LifeWorks, together with Cathy Holmes (B.B.Sc, Grad Dip. Ch. & Adol. Psych.), present an interactive and practical training course aimed at preparing practitioners for ‘the Art of Child Inclusive Practice’. The 3-day training course will include theoretical foundations to CIP, practice components of CIP, and role playing in a practice setting.
This three-day course covers all aspects of Child Inclusive Practise within Family Dispute Resolution and Family Counselling, including:
- Engaging with parents to gather developmental information
- Engaging with children in a supportive, developmentally appropriate manner about their experiences of the family separation
- Formulating the child’s core experience within a developmental framework
- Communicating needs, rights and interests of children in feedback conversations
- Ensuring the safety and comfort of children in their participation in the process
- Working with the Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner/Counsellor to ensure that agreements or decisions reached reflect the psycho-developmental needs of each child.
11 (Monday) 9:00 am - 13 (Wednesday) 4:30 pm
Level 4, 255 Bourke St, Melbourne