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Greater Newcastle Family Law Pathways Network E-Bulletin: October 2017
Greater Newcastle Family Law Pathways Network E-Bulletin: October 2017
‘Working together to achieve the best outcomes for separating families’.
  EBulletin October 2017 Download Flyer
Updates to COPMI eLearning system will effect Let's Talk and Family Focus users
Next month COPMI’s parent organisation, Emerging Minds will launch the National Centre for Child Mental Health.
As part of this exciting new project all of COPMI’s eLearning courses will transition to the new Centre.
These changes will be actioned when the new-look eLearning system goes live in late November.
  Updates to COPMI eLearning system will effect Let's Talk and Family Focus users Download Flyer
Resourcing Parents Term Calendar
Please see attached PDF listing Term 4 Parenting Programs in the Hunter New England area that have been uploaded to the Resourcing Parents website.   Hunter 2017 Term 2 Parenting Programs Download Flyer
3 DAY ROCK AND WATER WORKSHOP (21 hours of NESA Registered Professional Development)
This professional development training, delivered only by our Master Instructors, offers educators and professionals a new way to interact with young people, adolescents and adults. These workshops begin with simple self-defence, boundary and communication exercises. The workshops aims to develop self-confidence, ability for self-reflection and respect for oneself and others.

Rock & Water reduces bullying, increases self control and enhances social and communication skills.
The workshop offers:
• Practical anti-bullying strategies
• Alternatives to aggressive verbal and physical responses
• Better ability to be in control through grounding, centeredness and mental focus
• Increased self respect, self control and self confidence
• Enhanced resilience skills and well-being
• Skills to identify and monitor reactive behaviour patterns
 

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16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence
The Newcastle Women’s Alliance are putting together a calendar of events for the 16 Days of Activism in Newcastle 2017. If you are organising any events/actions can you please let them know and they will add them to the calendar.

The 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence is an international campaign originating from the first Women's Global Leadership Institute coordinated by the Center for Women's Global Leadership in 1991.
  The 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence Download Flyer
AIFS 2018 Conference - Call for abstracts now open
Abstract submissions close: Friday 8 December 2017
Note: This closing date is much earlier than previous conferences.

The main focus of our 2018 conference will be what matters most to families in the 21st century? What’s working – and not working – for families and what futures can we create that strengthen family relationships and foster social and economic wellbeing?

Can we imagine a future where “what matters most to families” drives the work of researchers, policy makers, and service providers?

To help answer some of these questions and generate the discussion, we want to hear from a variety of different perspectives, including from service providers, researchers, policy makers and community workers. We are keen to see new presentation ideas that can maximise discussion between presenters and audience. We therefore welcome symposia and workshop proposals.
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Lifeline's Skills-for-Life Interactive Workshops
Keep improving your helping skills by attending Lifeline's interactive workshops for front line workers and carers.
  Blended MHFA Download Flyer
Join experts for free webinars this Not-for-Profit Finance Week
Not-for-Profit Finance Week 2017 (September 18 to 22) is just around the corner. This year, Commonwealth Bank and Our Community are pleased to bring you an information packed series of webinars and presentations. Hear from experts on some of the hottest topics, trends and issues facing the Not-for-Profit sector.
 

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Family Advocacy and Support Services
The Family Advocacy and Support Service (FASS) is a specialist family violence service that provides legal and social support services to clients affected by family violence in the family law courts.   Family Advocacy and Support Services Download Flyer
Nourish and Thrive Program
Now you and your team can also enjoy the benefits of Equine Assisted Experiences! Valley Psychology is thrilled to be offering equine assisted staff development workshops and individual sessions tailored specifically to meet the unique needs of workers in the helping and caring professions.   Nourish and Thrive Program Download Flyer

 


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