The Practice Seminar Series 2018 Adopting Child Led Practice – Level 2 Training with Dr Wendy Bunston
This training follows the introductory day of training offered in 2017, and in June this year. It will focus on the ‘how’ of doing infant led practice allowing plenty of time for discussion and integration of practice. A case presentation from an audience member will be invited as well as an opportunity to explore a case through reflective supervision. Video material of an infant led interview will also be offered for exploration. This is an advanced training opportunity not to be missed!
Dr Wendy Bunston is a vibrant and passionate speaker who runs wb training and consultancy and is an associate teacher at La Trobe University, Victoria, Australia. She previously managed the multi-award winning Addressing Family Violence Programs (AFVP) in the Integrated Mental Health Program of Melbourne’s Royal Children’s Hospital for some 16 years as well as working as a senior clinician and consultant family therapist.
Wendy recently completed her PhD looking at How Refuge provides ‘refuge’ to Infants: Exploring the ways in which ‘refuge’ is provided to, and experienced by, infants entering crisis accommodation with their mothers after fleeing family violence. She specialises in working with infants, children and their parents impacted by family violence. Wendy provides clinical supervision and training to multiple early childhood services across Melbourne. She is a senior clinical social worker with a Master’s Degree in Family Therapy and further post graduate qualifications in Organisational Dynamics and Infant Mental Health. Wendy is the author of multiple international articles, chapters and books regarding infants, children, family violence and relational trauma. Wendy’s book, “Helping Babies and Children to heal after Family Violence” was reased in May 2017.
Helping Babies and Children Aged 0-6 to Heal After Family Violence: A Practical Guide to Infant- and Child-Led Work.
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“I hope this will be a resource that you may find useful for your work. I also hope that you might feel confident to pass this information onto others who work with not only infants and children directly but work with any family impacted by family violence. It draws directly from my practice as an infant and child mental health practitioner for over twenty years, as a family therapist for over twenty-five years and from my current work as both a therapist, and as a consultant to multiple practitioners working in the early years.”