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Brainwave Conference 2018: Advancing Effective Child-Centred Practice

February 08, 2018 at 4:05 PM

*From the NZFVC*

Where & when:

Auckland, Tuesday 6 March 2018, 8.45am-5pm.
Guiness Ballroom, Ellerslie Event Centre, Ascot Avenue, Remuera, Auckland.

Wellington: Thursday 8 March 2018, 8.45am-5pm.
Amokura Gallery,Te Papa Museum, Cable Street, Wellington.

Organised by Brainwave Trust.

Cost: $295 (Early bird registration until 31 December 2017; $350 (Standard registration).

Register now

This conference will focus on effective innovations with children and their parents and  whānau who are ‘at risk’.

You can attend this conference in Auckland or Wellington.

This conference is for professionals working with children in education, health, social services,  non-governmental organisations, justice and corrections.

Key note speaker

Professor Philip Fisher, Center on the Developing Child, Harvard University

Prof. Fisher’s work focuses on developing and evaluating early childhood interventions in socially and economically marginalized communities, and on translating scientific knowledge for use in social policy and programs. He is particularly interested in the effects of early stressful experiences on children's neurobiological and psychological development, and in prevention and treatment programs for improving maltreated children's functioning in areas such as attachment to caregivers, relationships with peers, and functioning in school.

Other speakers

  • Professor Richie Poulton, Dunedin Multidisciplinary Research Unit, Otago University
  • Judge Andrew Becroft, New Zealand Children’s Commissioner
  • Jeremy Lambert, Investing in Children Programme, Oranga Tamariki
  • Angie Tangaere, The Southern Initiative, Auckland
  • Dr Simon Rowley, National Women’s Hospital, Auckland
  • Dr Johan Morreau, Rotorua Hospital, Rotorua

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