T.I.P.S

Trauma Informed Practice Seminar

This two-day workshop will explore the impact of trauma on neurodevelopment in childhood and introduce the Neuro-Sequential Model of Therapeutics (NMT) developed by Bruce Perry. This workshop is designed to give practical resources that can be used in therapeutic settings and classrooms, helping to increase understanding of underlying causes of difficulties experienced by traumatised children and optimal modes of intervention. 

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About the Presenter

Gabrielle Duffy is a Clinical Psychologist with over 25 years experience working with children and families. She has worked in a paediatric hospital setting, in child and family community health, Royal Far west Service for children from rural NSW and in private practice. For the last 15 years, Gabrielle has been involved with the Dalwood Spilstead Service on Sydney’s Northern beaches. This service is unique in Australia in providing a “one stop shop” of intensive early intervention for vulnerable children and families. The service has embraced the philosophy and practice implications of Dr Bruce Perry’s Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics (NMT) across all aspects of service provision over the past 6 years.

Dalwood Spilstead is one of only 2 services in New South Wales fully accredited to provide comprehensive, trauma informed interventions using the NMT assessment tool. Gabrielle is an accredited Phase 2 practitioner in the NMT approach and provides training for individuals and organisations working with vulnerable children. She also runs a clinic for children in Out of Home care providing assessments and intervention plans for the most challenging of children.

Date:

This event occurred in February 2020 

Venue:

Patricia Room
Club Charlestown 
5 Lincoln Street
Charlestown NSW 2290 

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