Engaging fathers in family based programs Workshop - Brisbane, QLD
Brisbane Stanley Street AIPC, Carina QLD - Monday, 30th April 2018 from 9.30am to 4.30pm.
This workshop allows workers, organisations or networks of services to provide more effective programs to men and families. The workshop explores the importance
of the fathers’ role in family services and how programs can engage and support this opportunity.
The workshop focuses on:
- understanding what men might want when accessing community services
- using strengths based approaches when working with fathers
- engaging men’s in child protection and family based programs
- exploring skills used to work with men in a non-threatening way and modelling effective, respectful and inclusive communication when working with men
- working with fathers to increase their engagement in their children’s lives
- engaging fathers using the father inclusive practice and the generative framework
- effective ways for female workers to work with fathers.
When: Monday, 30 April 2018 from 9.30am to 4.30pm.
Where: Brisbane Stanley Street AIPC- 336 Stanley Rd, Carina QLD 4152
Cost: The early bird booking is $242.00 if registration occurs before 3 April (GST included). The fee for registrations after the 3 April
is $297.00 (GST included). Morning tea and lunch are provided.
To register: Register and complete payment below. A Tax Invoice will be emailed to you. The payment needs to be completed before the workshop
occurs, for the registration to be fully confirmed.
Facilitator: David Nancarrow
David has worked for the last 17 years in a range of professional roles. He has extensive experience in working with the Education Department and working
with school social behaviours and anger management counselling. As a mediator, David has worked with clients who had high levels of conflict, domestic
violence and relationship breakdowns. This led him to develop the ‘Core Value’ therapy for anger management, conflict and mental health issues.
He has spoken several times at the Australian International Mental Health Conferences about the success of this therapy. He is passionate about delivering
and training professionals in Father Inclusive Practice. He has developed programs for the Education and Youth Justice Department, called ‘My Path’
which is a social behaviour program for teenage males who are not attending school.
As a child consultant David specialized in symbol and sand tray therapy for children of separated families. He has managed a Mental Illness organisation
which utilized the Boston Model of Recovery for mentally ill clients. Also, he is the author of two books, ‘What’s for Tea Dad’, a fun interactive
cookbook for first time dads and ‘Honey I am Pregnant’, a manual for first-time dads. Both are available as free e-books.
Currently David works delivering Mental Health and Wellbeing training for OzHelp Tasmania and the business sector. David’s goal is to help equip people
to be mentally and emotionally healthy to have successful and lasting relationships with themselves and others.