Supporting Safe Practice - Preventing Professional Dangerousness, Auckland

About the Workshop

This workshop for workers and supervisors provides an in-depth look at the concept of professional dangerousness in relation to child and family work and explores individual and organisation dangerous dynamics that can occur.  It offers strategies to prevent professional dangerousness from an individual and agency perspective. 

By the end of this workshop participants will be able to:

  • Describe the concept of professional dangerousness
  • Name individual and agency dangerous dynamics
  • Describe the concepts of hostage theory and the professional accommodation syndrome
  • Identify individual and agency strategies to prevent professional dangerousness
  • Apply the concepts of self-awareness, self compassion, and reflexivity

Introducing.....

Nicki Weld is currently a national social work advisor for Stand Children Services and completing doctoral study at Auckland University.  She is also a Director of CNZN Ltd, New Zealand, which provides training, facilitation, supervision, consultancy and solutions for child protection and social service management and workers.  Nicki is the author of E Ko te Matakahi - Therapeutic Social Work, A Practical Guide to Transformative Supervision for the Helping Professions, The Whole Sphere - Supporting well-being, and recovery from relational trauma, The Three Houses Tool - A handbook for application.  She is the primary creator of the Three Houses tool used internationally.

 

Wednesday 4 September 2019, 9.00am to 4.00pm

Te Piringa Room, Youth Horizons, 42 Vestey Drive, Mt Wellington, Auckland

Morning tea and lunch provided.


FEES
$200 for SSPA members per workshop
$220 for non SSPA members per workshop
(including GST)

If you register for both Auckland workshops:

$380 for SSPA members
$400 for non SSPA members
(including GST)

Event Properties

Event Date 04-09-2019 9:00 am
Event End Date 04-09-2019 4:00 pm
Capacity 30
Cut off date 03-09-2019 5:00 pm
Individual Price $200/ $220

Past events

Events Archive

Dr. Nicola Atwool from Otago University will present a new workshop on being trauma-informed in practice. 

28 June in Dunedin. 

Event Date 28-06-2019 9:00 am
Event End Date 28-06-2019 4:00 pm
Cut off date 27-06-2019 5:00 pm
Capacity: 50
Individual Price $190/ $210

Dr. Nicola Atwool from Otago University presenting on child-centred and trauma-informed practice as two examples of current practice issues. 

22 March in New Plymouth. 

Event Date 22-03-2019 9:00 am
Event End Date 22-03-2019 4:00 pm
Cut off date 21-03-2019 5:00 pm
Capacity: 80
Individual Price $70/ $80

Dr. Nicola Atwool from Otago University presenting on child-centred and trauma-informed practice as two examples of current practice issues. 

15 February in Westport. 

Event Date 15-02-2019 8:45 am
Event End Date 15-02-2019 3:45 pm
Cut off date 14-02-2019 5:00 pm
Capacity: 60
Individual Price $70/ $80

Unfortunately due to the facilitator no longer being available on this date we have regrettably had to cancel this workshop.  We sincerely apologise for this.

 

Event Date 08-02-2019 9:00 am
Event End Date 08-02-2019 3:30 pm
Cut off date 16-01-2019 5:00 pm
Capacity: 50
Individual Price $100/ $120

Engaging with Trauma is a practical, interactive workshop that uses a range of awareness and sensory modulation tools to aid in the development of resilience, emotional processing skills and safe grounding when working with people who have experienced trauma.

Led by Dr Janine Joyce, social worker and lecturer at Otago Polytechnic, this is a skills-development workshop that builds on Nicola Atwool’s popular series of seminars on trauma-informed practice.

 

Event Date 05-02-2019 9:00 am
Event End Date 05-02-2019 3:30 pm
Cut off date 04-02-2019 5:00 pm
Capacity: 50
Individual Price $100/ $120