Working with Addictions in Child and Family Work

8th Feb 12

The Institute of Family Practice (IFP) draws on a history of recognised contemporary practice to develop and deliver skills based training programs in human and community services that are targeted and grounded in solid practice.

IFP offers consultancies in professional development and qualifications in your workplace or at our IFP training rooms located in Parramatta. These may be short and long courses, nationally recognised and non accredited.

Our 2012 courses are advertised on our website at www.ifp.nsw.edu.au under Counselling, Family Dispute Resolution and Professional Development Calendar (by month). Courses which may be of interest include:

• Accidental Counsellor
• Working with Addictions in Child and Family Work
• Managing Angry Adolescents Differently
• Domestic Violence Awareness
• Working with the potential for violence when Working with Young People
• Group Work with Children
• Strengths based Therapeutic Work with Children
• Introduction to Strengths
• Helping Your Child with Early Learning
• Keeping Children Safe

For information about any of our courses call (02)88300755 or email info@ifp.nsw.edu.au