The Bouverie Centre regularly runs short courses on a range of practical topics with the aim of assisting helping professionals to engage more skilfully with clients and their families.
All of our training is informed by a set of core principles. They are:
1. Maintaining respectful, collaborative relationships with everyone; trainees and families alike
2. Learning by doing and teaching in a way that reflects theories and practices taught
3. Assuming that trainees (and families) come to us with existing skills and strengths gained from previous educational, work and personal experiences
4. Creating a safe environment for trainees to be able to locate ideas and practices historically and culturally, and to critique them in robust ways
Enjoyed the day, I love both of your styles of delivery and engagement with the group. Thank you for sharing your stories and being open and honest.
It was great; great presenters, very experienced. A great group of participants. Great networking and opportunities to learn about services.
Great to spend a PD day with staff from others sectors and organisations.
Thank you for the valuable training. It actually fell at the exact time that I needed it! I am looking forward to going to work tomorrow and sharing all the great tips and info with my colleagues.
Thank you, excellent 2-day training. An approach in a timely manner that is more focused on outcomes and evaluating.
Day's pace was very good and good balance of theory and practice.
Engaging facilitators. Enjoyed the interaction and feedback was encouraging throughout the day.
It has been valuable and would suggest to our manager for all clinicians to attend the workshop.
Thank you - enjoyed the training overall, learnt many new skills.
Really useful experience training with a good balance of theory & practical strategies to use.
Thank you! It can be applied across a range of fields. It was very approachable. Like building blocks. The readings are also great for later, I look forward to reading them!
This training has been very beneficial to assist me in my role with young people & their families. I now feel more confident to involve the families and also engage parents who present with reluctance.
Thank you. It has been great. It was a really good presentation. Made narrative simple and clear for me and able to apply in my work.
Really enjoyable and I learnt much more than I expected. Really great informal presentation style.
Join us as we commemorate the importance of learning and education with guest speaker, John Marsden, writer, teacher and principal of Candlebark School and alumna speaker, Leonie Farrugia.find out more
The Bouverie Centre's Indigenous Team recently developed an Evidence Brief and Impact Analysis Report on The Bouverie Centre's Aboriginal Family Therapy Training Program.find out more