Single Session Family Consultation

Start Date
Tue, 23 April 2024 - 9:00 am
End Date
  • Would you like to increase your confidence working with families?    

  • Would you like to learn how to structure a family meeting?  

The Single Session Family Consultation (SSFC) framework helps you bring parents, children, extended whānau and other support people alongside the individual, taking into account each of their unique needs.    

SSFC is a tool that helps you meet your ‘engaging with whānau KPI’ and helps you work safely and confidently with whānau. It is appropriate for people working in adult services as well as child and youth services.    

The SSFC training consists of two components:    

  • Two e-learning modules (allow 2 to 4 hours)   

  • A one-day interactive in-person workshop    

Venue: This is an in-person event in New Plymouth, we will confirm the venue closer to the workshop date. 

Please note: Once you have been accepted into the training, you will be given a link to the e-learning modules. These will need to be completed prior to the in-person workshop on 23 April.    

If your availability changes, let us know so we can offer your place to another delegate and also cater correctly.  

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For queries about this event please contact:     
[email protected] 


COVID-19 Requirements*

We welcome your attendance with these requirements:

  • You do not have any symptoms associated with COVID-19 (e.g. fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, sneezing/runny nose or loss of sense of smell)
  • You do not have COVID-19

* These requirements are subject to review by UniServices – any changes in these requirements will be sent to registrants prior to the event.


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Karin Isherwood

Senior Advisor

Karin is a Senior Consultant Clinical Psychologist and as a Senior Advisor for Whāraurau has responsibility for our Pōneke | Wellington office.

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Dr Bronwyn Dunnachie

Senior Advisor

In her Senior Advisor role, Bronwyn (Bron) has responsibility for the engagement with infant, child, youth and family/whānau wellbeing workforces i

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