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Supporting our Aboriginal youth: identifying & understanding domestic violence

 

Overview

Target audience: Aboriginal youth health workers, counsellors, youth workers, government and non-government workers who work and support young Aboriginal people and their families to identify and understand domestic and family violence

Course summary: This three day course provides opportunities to consider young peoples' experience of domestic and family violence and to explore a variety of ways to respond to these issues.

The course also considers the emerging area of young people displaying violent behaviour towards their parents. It focuses on responses which support young people to make positive choices around their own use of violence by promoting respect, cultural safety and resilience. Topics covered include:

Applications for the next course close 27 October 2015.

Fee payable: Yes

Delivery mode: On site - Central Coast ECAV

Contacts

NSW Health ECAV
Cumberland Campus
Locked Bag 7118
Parramatta CBD NSW 2124
Ph: (02) 9840 3735
Fax: (02) 9840 3754

Course enquiries:
Email: wslhd-ecav@health.nsw.gov.au

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Last updated: 17 May 2017
 
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