The Berry Street Childhood Institute present Promoting Attachment and Resilience in Home Based Care: An Introduction to the Secure Base Model delivered by Professor Gillian Schofield
This training day aims to provide participants with a framework for providing the best possible care for children and young people. For children in out of home care, the quality of the caregiving they receive will be of crucial importance in helping them to recover from harm, promoting their happiness and well-being and ensuring they fulfil their potential.
During this workshop, Professor Schofield will explain the Secure Base model and its applications to practice. There will also be opportunities for participants to discuss how the model could be useful in their work with children and carers.
The workshop will be of interest to social workers, clinicians, managers and other professionals involved in foster or kinship care, including the support of children in care and their caregivers.
Date: Wednesday, 25th October, 10am – 4pm
Venue: Berry Street Central Office, 1 Salisbury St, Richmond VIC 3121
Cost: Early bird by 28th September – $220, thereafter full rate $240
Registrations: Register online