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Seminar: What works for children exposed to family violence?

August 11, 2017 at 12:31 PM

*From the New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse*

When: Friday 25 August 2017, 10am-12noon.

Where: Nau Mai meeting room, Te Puni Kōkiri Building, Stout Street, Wellington.

Organised by Superu.

FreeRegistration required

This seminar discusses the findings of Superu's research on What Works for children exposed to family violence?. The research looks at what providers are doing, and what they and policy makers might do differently in response to what we have learned.

Dr Bridget Burmester, lead researcher, will present her findings and conclusions and there will be presentations from Julia Hennessy, General Manager of Family Works Central and Dr Ainsleigh Cribb-Sua'a, senior clinical psychologist with Counties-Manukau Health. Dr Siale Foliaki, a consultant psychiatrist also with Counties-Manukau Health, will join the panel discussion.

Please note that this seminar will be filmed.

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