Supervision for trained Tuning In facilitators

We offer free monthly Implementation Support sessions via Zoom.

Join us to connect and reflect under the guidance of our training and research team. There are opportunities to meet other facilitators, ask questions and share thoughts.  As well as our monthly open implementation support sessions, we offer ‘Running Your First Group’ sessions for those beginning their delivery of the Tuning In programs. More themed presentations for 2022 will be announced soon.

SPECIAL THEMED IMPLEMENTATION SUPPORT SESSION

We will be continuing our themed Implementation Support sessions with a special 2-hour presentation and workshop for certified Tuning in to Kids and Tuning in to Teens facilitators led by Dr Jessica Murphy.

Dr Murphy has an extensive history of working with children and families who have experienced complex trauma, including those in the out-of-home-care sector. In collaboration with Professor Sophie Havighurst and Dr Christiane Kehoe, she is a co-author of Trauma-Focused Tuning in to Kids: Evaluation in a Clinical Service. Jessica has a passion for working collaboratively with families and currently works in the family law sector.

Over 2 hours, Dr Murphy will explore how trauma impacts the families we work with and how our programs can respond to these needs. 

Join us to enrich your knowledge and gain practical tools to assist in this important work

Wednesday 1 June, 2022 @ 5.00-7.00pm (AEST)

Online via Zoom

Price AUD$30.00 per participant.

Click here to register!

Open Implementation Support

To register, email gabi.macdonald@unimelb.edu.au

May 2022

Open implementation support- 1 hour

  • Wednesday 25 May
    • Tuning in to Kids – 5.00pm(AEST)
    • Tuning in to Teens – 6.30pm(AEST)

June 2022

Running Your First Group – 90 minutes

  • Tuesday 7 June, 5.00pm(AEST) NB This is a 90 minute session

Open implementation support- 1 hour

  • Thursday 23 June
    • Tuning in to Kids – 9.30am(AEST)
    • Tuning in to Teens – 11.30am(AEST)