The Western Australian Department for Child Protection and Family Support are hosting their 4th local Signs of Safety Gathering from 25–27 October and are looking for presentations that capture the theme of “Reflect, Reboot, Renew”. They are seeking practitioners to share examples of innovative practice as well as key learnings for their practice in Signs of Safety. Case examples that illustrate the principles and disciplines of the Signs of Safety approach in complex cases would be welcomed. Sometimes our best practice still doesn’t achieve the outcomes we hope for in our work with families and children so we will also be seeking presentations from brave practitioners who are willing to share these struggles. Submissions are invited for presentations of 25 minutes in length. Presentations should focus on the impact that the Signs of Safety has made on direct practice.
Closing date for external presentations until Friday 13 May, 2016.
For more information and to submit a presentation application please visit: http://cpfs.moodle.com.au/SofSGathering2016.