Posted 05th May 2017
Single Session Work (SSW) is a model of service delivery that can be applied by health, welfare and community professionals in their individual practice or across an entire agency to make the most of each encounter with clients. The approach treats each contact with a client as though it may be the last, while laying the foundation for ongoing work if required.
Register for The Bouverie Centre’s two-day SSW workshop at the Quest Sale to learn more about SSW including its aims, practice principles, and techniques. Instructional methods encompass oral presentations, discussions, live and pre-recorded demonstrations, guided reading, and practical skills development work in small groups.
Where: Quest, 180-184 York St (Princess Highway), Sale
When: 19 – 20 September, 2017 (9:30am – 4:30pm)
Cost: $425. This includes attendance at the workshop, lunches, and morning and afternoon teas
Who should attend: Professionals, including counsellors, therapists, case managers, team leaders or managers interested in understanding and/or applying a SSW approach.
For further information or to secure your place in the course visit www.bouverie.org.au/training/pd/
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