Working effectively with Neurodiversity and Trauma - Packages of Care for Teams
Wednesday 23 November, 9am - 12.30pm
3.5 hour Online Workshop
This workshop is designed to upskill and support frontline staff who are working with in the field of neurodiversity and trauma. It is underpinned by the knowledge that if we want to be successful, whatever our role, we need to understand our client's presentation, know what progress and realistic expectations are, and be willing to approach our work in a responsive and informed manner.
It will target those working in a team setting, and is a practical, skills-based event, underpinned by theory. It will endeavor to provide professional development opportunities, with knowledge interwoven with practical strategies for attendees to implement into their workplace.
We will focus on staff impact and resilience, and developing skills to develop, implement, and re-evaluate the vision and goals they have set. Ideally, attendees will walk away with a 'package of care' to take back to their team. This event recognizes the need to be creative, innovative and supportive in our mahi in order to provide an environment and interactions that are supportive and responsive of the clients and staff needs. For this, we need to be willing to look at what our strengths are and where there is room for growth.
Content/What you'll learn
This session will cover these topics:
Rose Carson is a Registered Clinical Psychologist and a member of the New Zealand College of Clinical Psychologists. She trained at the University of Canterbury and completed her Masters Degree focusing on parenting styles, cyber bullying, and risk-taking behaviors.
Rose is an experienced Clinical Psychologist who is passionate about supporting people to make a positive difference to their lives and within the systems they reside. Rose has experience working in private and public healthcare, alongside criminal justice settings and brings a wealth of experience working both individually with clients, with teams, and within systems. She has extensive experience undertaking comprehensive clinical assessments and providing therapy on an individual and group basis. Further, Rose has undertaken considerable consultation for a variety of professional groups, alongside developing and delivering training in the areas of psychoeducation, specific presentations, and service delivery. This has included working with individuals and teams to upskill and support those working with clients with trauma and neurodiverse presentations.
Rose also has extensive experience providing supervision for registered clinical psychologists, allied health professionals and other professionals who benefit from professional supervision.
Rose’s approach to clinical work is integrative, underpinned by evidence-based practice and a sound understanding of her client and their environment. She is committed to working collaboratively, authentically and in a trauma-informed manner. She tailors her work in order to be responsive and address the needs of the client. Rose works from a person-centered, trauma-informed, and strength based approach with her main therapeutic approaches being Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Trauma-Informed Practice, and Solutions Focused.
Outside of her clinical work, Rose has a young family and enjoys spending time outdoors and being active.
Who Should Attend?
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Date and Location
Wednesday 23 November, 9am - 12.30pm
This workshop is delivered online and you will be sent the details to 'attend' this ZOOM meeting once you are registered.
Price & Registration
3.5 hour Workshop
$280 per person inclusive of GST
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