Family Violence In A Child’s World

Family Violence in a Child’s World

Family Violence in a Child’s World facilitated by UMFC’s Family Violence Child Safety Practitioners is a one day workshop that has been specifically developed for Early Childhood professionals to promote children’s wellbeing through building professionals’ capacity to:

  • Understand what family violence is, how it hurts children and how it impacts their overall development
  • Explore how what we think and feel influences how we work with children who are hurting
  • Recognise and respond to children’s feelings and behaviours – hearing the voice of the child and providing safe responses to their needs
  • Understand how to work safely with children who have/are thought to be experiencing family violence
  • Use of mindfulness & reflection to help engage meaningfully with children
  • Use books and other activities to help children express their emotions safely
  • Explore barriers and strategies for talking to parents about the worries we have for children
  • Know how to talk with parents and provide referral pathways for families in a safe and effective manner

 

 

 

Family Violence In A Child’s World

Family Violence in a Childs World PD is School Readiness Funding Approved and fits into the Wellbeing (social & emotional) area with level 5 accreditation (foundational evidence based research).

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FVCW Coaching

Follow-up coaching sessions are available at an hourly cost.

These session are available to support services to critically reflect on the implementation of the child focused strategies and resources and will be run virtually via Zoom or over the phone, ideally at 4 and/or 8 weeks after the completion of the Family Violence In A Child’s World PD.

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Group Enrolment

If you would like to make a group enrolment on behalf of your organisation, or would like to more about these courses, please email us at [email protected].

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Commitment to Child Safety

All children and young people who access UMFC Services have a right to feel and be safe and to be treated with respect. We are committed to providing a welcoming and safe environment and working towards the best interests of children and young people at all times.