CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

FEB 2020
2nd International Narrative Practices Conference, Mumbai, India. Poster presentation –  Decentred and Influential positioning in the teaching of Narrative and Social Justice approaches to therapy.
OCT 2019
ANZSWWER Symposium, Perth, Western Australia, Social Work students learning ‘Justice Doing’ in the therapeutic context.
JULY 2019

5th European Narrative Therapy Conference, Antwerp, Belgium. Decentred and Influential positioning in the teaching of Narrative and Social Justice approaches to therapy.

NOV 2017

European Society for Trauma and Dissociation Conference, Berne Switzerland. Critical conversations bridging the gaps in responses to sibling sexual abuse – an Australian example.

SEPT 2016
NSW Health JIRT Forum – Critical Conversations in responses to sibling sexual abuse.
JUNE 2016
SCHN trauma conference – Risk indicators for physical abuse of children.
SEPT 2015

7th National Bioethics Conference, Melbourne, Vic, Ethical dilemmas in medical neglect cases.

MAY 2011

Victims of Crime Conference, Sydney, NSW with Bernadette Hollis, Justice Health, Developing a strategic and collaborative partnership approach to ensure equitable access to sexual assault counselling services for women in a custodial environment.

SEPT 2005

Australian Family Therapy Conference, Sydney, NSW, Exploring Safety Constructs in Family Therapy.

SEPT 2004
PANOC Practice Forum, Sydney, NSW What sustains us as PANOC workers?
JULY 2003
5th International Narrative Therapy and Community Work Conference, Liverpool, U.K. How can I keep from singing? also Shared counselling-Nepean Kinship carers  poster presentation.
APR 2002

4th Australian Narrative Therapy Conference, Canberra, NSW, Protecting our Borders: exploring the local and global discourses of violence and their impacts on practices.

OCT 2001

PANOC Practice Forum, Sydney, NSW, The relationship between protective and therapeutic interventions in the context of domestic violence.

SEPT 2001
“Seeking Solutions” – the inaugural joint domestic violence and sexual assault conference, Gold Coast, QLD – Through the Kaleidoscope: an emerging model of working with children and their families affected by sexual assault and domestic violence (available on DV Clearinghouse website and AIFS website).
JULY 2001
JIRT Forum, Goulburn, NSW, “The relationship between protective and therapeutic interventions in the context of domestic violence.”
FEB 2001

3rd International Narrative Therapy and Community Work Conference, Adelaide, SA – “Shared Counselling.”

SEPT 2000
PANOC Practice Forum, Sydney, NSW, “Shared Counselling with Kinship Carers.”
SEPT 1998
Family Support Conference, Bathurst, NSW – “The Gunedoo Family Camp Program.”
JULY 1997
New South Wales Child Protection Conference, Sydney, NSW – “Co-research with Children and Young People.”
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