Trauma Informed Community Building – Practice that helps not harms

Online

Trauma is common within society at large and is particularly prevalent amongst vulnerable populations, First Nations peoples and people with Lived Experience of disability and/or mental health challenges. Trauma informed practice is a strengths-based framework that supports responsiveness to the impact of trauma, enabling physical, psychological, and emotional safety for both providers and survivors. As […]

Complex Trauma & Positive Psychology – Darwin

CAAPS Aboriginal Corporation, 60 Boulter Road Berrimah, NT 60 Boulter Road, Berrimah

Dr Martin Seligman is regarded as the founder of Positive Psychology. This session will discuss the key messages for working with complex trauma survivors as outlined in two of his books, Learned Optimism and Flourish. At the completion of this workshop participants will be able to: 1. Define ‘Positive Psychology’. 2. Discuss Martin Seligman’s PERMA […]

Youth Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health First Aid – Katherine

Kalano Board Room, Kalano Community Katherine NT 0850 Lot 508 McKeddie Road, Katherine

The Youth Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Mental Health First Aid course is for any interested adults, 18 years and over. In this informative and strengths-based course you will learn how to assist Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander young people who may be experiencing a mental health problem or mental health crisis until appropriate professional […]

Complex Trauma & Strengths Based Parenting – Darwin

CAAPS Aboriginal Corporation, 60 Boulter Road Berrimah, NT 60 Boulter Road, Berrimah

Dr Lea Waters has used Positive Psychology & the strengths approach to work with children, teenagers and parents. We will discuss how The Strength Switch can support parents and carers of children who have experienced complex trauma. At the completion of this workshop participants will be able to: 1. Describe ’The Strengths Approach’, for working […]

Recurring

Online Sign Language 1 Course For NT Only

Online

Join in the unique and fun experience of learning to communicate visually with Auslan (Australian sign language), the native language of the Australian Deaf community. Deaf Services has implemented an online course specific for people who live in the NT, this will be their first offering in this space. The course will be on Tuesdays […]

5th National Justice Symposium – 28 July (Symposium) and 29 July (Sector Workshop)

DoubleTree by Hilton Alice Springs 82 Barrett Drive, Alice Springs

Jesuit Social Services and the North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency (NAAJA) are pleased to be hosting the 5th National Justice Symposium Mparntwe/Alice Springs. Thirty years on from the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody and five years since the announcement of the Royal Commission into the protection and detention of children in the Northern Territory, First […]

$50 – $180

Complex Trauma & Addictions – Darwin

CAAPS Aboriginal Corporation, 60 Boulter Road Berrimah, NT 60 Boulter Road, Berrimah

This session will discuss the work of Dr Gabor Mate. He is an innovator in the field who widens the lens of addictions to include substance and behavioural addictions. Dr Gabor locates the source of addictions in the trauma of an emotionally empty childhood. At the completion of this workshop participants will be able to: […]

Introducing the Australian Youth Development Index 2020

Online

The Australian Youth Development Index (AYDI) 2020 highlights progress in youth development across Australia and was created by Numbers and People Synergy in partnership with the Australian Youth Affairs Coalition. We’re introducing and sharing the AYDI at this online event and answering your questions to help you understand and apply the new data. The AYDI […]

Supporting young people to reduce housing stress and start a future that means something to them

Online

The COVID-19 pandemic put additional strain on young Australians in housing stress. Service responses often focus on the deficits and challenges experienced by this cohort, and how these can be overcome. A capabilities approach offers an alternative way of supporting young people to address housing and related stressors to establish goals and positive pathways. This webinar will […]

Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

STEPS, Ground Floor, Unit 4, 14 Palmerston Circuit, Palmerston, NT 0830 Unit 4, 4 Palmerston Circuit, Palmerston

This is a free seminar presented by The Young Workers' Rights Service, Unions NT, and the NT Working Women's Centre. The seminar will cover the following topic 'What is sexual harassment and how can you make it stop?'. This seminar will be a great opportunity to learn your rights at work and get support for […]