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Walking Together: Creative Ways of Working with Aboriginal Young People

 

Overview

This two-day workshop is an opportunity to experience creative techniques for working with Aboriginal young people, families and communities, including art, clay work and Aboriginal weaving techniques.

Participants will be able to build skills in promoting social, emotional and psychological wellbeing in Aboriginal young people, their families and communities in the following areas:

The workshop is designed for non-Aboriginal clinicians, including psychologists, clinical psychologists, social workers, nurses, psychiatrists, General Practitioners, occupational therapists and other staff working in education, health, youth justice, child protection and other contexts. Aboriginal workers are also welcome to attend.

Contacts

Anthony Hillin
Ph: (02) 9523 3567
Email: ahillin@froggy.com.au

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Last updated: 22 May 2017
 
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