Panel discussion: Working with parents who experienced adverse childhood experiences
This activity is delivered via webinar at 7.15 - 8.30 pm AEST, Thursday 6 June.
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This activity will provide practical, cross-sector advice on how to engage adults who have been affected by adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), with a focus on the effects on parenting for adults who, as an outcome of childhood adversity, experience poorer economic and social outcomes.
At the activity’s completion participants will:
- better understand how the long-term effects of ACEs impact on adults and their parenting, and the therapeutic approaches that help overcome these impacts
- be able to implement tips and strategies to support adults and parents to make meaning of their adverse childhood experiences
- ensure a practitioner focus on children’s social and emotional wellbeing when working with parents who have been affected by ACEs.
Mr Daniel Moss, panel facilitator, Emerging Minds Workforce Development Manager
Dr Nick Kowalenko, NSW-based psychiatrist
Ms Courtney Schuurman, SA-based social worker
Ms Mary Salveron, SA-based provisional psychologist