Professional Development, Supervision and Workshops 2017 & 2018
to secure your spot at any or all of the below workshops.
Discounts available for group or multiple bookings.
Available for In-house Training
The below workshops are also offered as an introductory 1hour Presentation and have been tailored into Parent relevant information sessions. For these regular dates please book online.
Too Anxious for School: School Avoidance / Refusal Vs Truancy
- Develop Practical Strategies
- Implement Supports to Manage School Avoidance
Dates: 6 October 2017, 1 December 2017, 15 February 2018
Understand what School refusal is, how it differs from truancy, the main reasons why it occurs, and how to support a young person and their family experiencing this distressing issue. Evaluate the Main Reasons for School Refusal and the Implications for Schools and Families. Develop Support Plans and whole school approaches to improve school attendance through identification, intervention and assessment processes. For Online Bookings and Further Information Click Here
Complex Case Management
- Assessing Risk and External Referrals
- Working with Suicidal Ideation and Self-Harm
- Supporting Young People and their Family
- Develop Support Plans and Approaches
Dates: 04 September 2017, 16 October 2017, 16 February 2018
Working through complex cases including suicide ideation, self-harm and family defragmentation. Assessing risk and supporting the young person during the crisis. While also educating the parents, and referring the family to appropriate external agency supports. Develop in-depth support approaches and plans for the young person, family and school. Communicating with outside organisations to ensure best practices and supports are implemented with the young person at risk and their family. Avoid compassion fatigue while working with families in crisis who cannot find hope and the importance of self-care and well-being when managing complex cases.
Wellbeing & Balance for the Professional
- Self-Care Practices when working in Fast Paced Workplaces
- Identifying the Signs and Symptoms of Burnout
- Understanding the Implications of Compassion Fatigue
Dates: 13 October 2017, 7 November 2017, 19 February 2018
Develop an awareness of the difference between burnout and secondary trauma, how to recognise the warning signs, symptoms and triggers, as well as the importance of self-awareness, self-care and self-management in preventing and managing burnout. Burnout can impact anyone, and it is prevalent, affecting around 27% of the Australia population. In fact, burnout statistics are optimistic as many people feel ashamed to seek support in this area. The incidence of burnout is particularly high in students, athletes, teachers, counsellors, mental health workers, health workers, emergency and correctional officers, shift workers, and many other professions. People in helping professions tend to be at greater risk of burnout, and this can lead to compassion fatigue or vice versa.
Professional and Clinical Supervision and Debriefing
- Group Supervision
- Individual Supervision
- Ideal for School Personnel in Support Positions including Principals, Deputies, Guidance Officers, HODs, Deans, Teachers, Career Practitioners, Social Workers, Student Counsellors, Youth Workers, Ministers, Chaplains, any other person who believes it would be advantageous;
Dates: Second Wednesday of every month at 4.30 pm and by appointment
Professional Supervision is a reflective practice that allows individuals to debrief with a qualified supervisor in a self-reflective process that focuses on theories in practice, ethical issues, self-care and enhances professional growth. Supervision is a process of ensuring best practice and quality service. Supervision is vital for people working in helping professions for self-care and to reduce the impact of burnout and compassion fatigue. For Online Group Bookings or Individual Supervision and Further Information Click Here
EAGALA Equine Assisted Programs
- Group Supervision
- Personal & Team Development Programs
- Leadership Programs
- School Programs
- Trauma-Focused Groups for Children
- Foster Carers Support Group
Dates: Last Sunday of every month at 3:00 pm and by appointment
EAGALA Professional Supervision and Self-Care for Caring Professionals is facilitated using the EAGALA model, incorporating interventions, and building resiliency using a person-centred and experiential approach to increase well-being, manage change, enhance emotional intelligence, compassion satisfaction and career sustainability. HorseAccord also offers half-day, full-day, and multi-day workshops and retreats for corporate, not-for-profit organisations, government departments, community, and other groups. For Online Group Bookings and HorseAccord EAGALA Demonstration Day Bookings Further Information Click Here