About Early Intervention Parenting Clinicians – Statewide Update Days
Statewide Early Intervention Clinicians/Early Intervention Parenting Clinicians Update Days.
Theme: Helping clinicians & families thrive in a changing landscape.
The Statewide EIC/EIPC Workshop is an important training and networking opportunity for EICs/EIPCs which helps promote contemporary evidenced based practice with families, improve clinical practice effectiveness and efficiency, promotes partnership, reduced professional isolation and increase consistency of service delivery for EICs/EIPCs across the state.
We will invite other colleagues to join us in-person for day 1 and many sessions will be available by telehealth.
NOTE: This event will be providing morning, afternoon tea. Lunch and drinks, a vegetarian menu only, with gluten free options. If you have additional dietary requirements, please either bring your own food or purchase at the hospital.
If you have booked into the online sessions day 1, you will be emailed log in details a week prior to the event. Also please mute your microphones.
15th June Session 1 Online: 9.00 – 10.50. Opening address, acknowledge of country &
Deidre Quinlan, Clinical Social Worker.
Leadership Team Circle of Security International.
The Circle of Security program: Increasing Program Fidelity; exploring
-what it means to be a Bigger, Stronger, Wiser and Kind Facilitator
-lessons on reflection
15th June Session 2 Online: 11.10 – 12.40
Dr Erin Atkinson, Advanced Psychologist, Child and Youth Mental Health Service, CHQ
Observing hands struggles in parent/child dyads
15th June Session 3 Online: 13.30 – 3.00
Dr Rachel Bushing, Clinical Psychologist
The Mental Health Impacts of Internalised Shame in the Early Years.
15th June Session 4 Online: 15.15 – 4.30
Dr. Vanessa Cobham, Advanced Psychologist CYMHS CHQ & Assoc Professor UQ
Fearless Triple P. Working with parents of children with anxiety disorders.