Single Session Family Consultation Train the Trainer, Wellington

Start Date
Tue, 14 November 2023 - 10:00 am
End Date
  • Want to expand your training abilities with SSFC? 

Whāraurau is pleased to offer a Train the Trainer (TtT) workshop for the Single Session Family Consultation (SSFC) training. The SSFC TtT two-day workshop will be held in Wellington on 14 and 15 November and participants will learn to deliver the SSFC 1-day face-to-face and online training.  

Numbers for the workshop are limited and we are accepting registrations from people who are committed to delivering the training. To this end, we ask that people come to the workshop with a date for their first training already in their diary! That's a big challenge and ensures that people are keen to use their newly acquired skills to train other people. 

Whāraurau is committed to supporting SSFC trainers in delivering training and will help you get started. We have a number of ways to support trainers including meetings with other trainers, mentorships, co-delivering training, resources etc. 

We hope to get trainers from a range of services, please contact Karin Isherwood [email protected], if you have more than two people from your service who would like to attend the training. 

Venue: This is an in-person event in Wellington. If your availability changes, let us know so we can offer your place to another delegate and also cater correctly.  


Tuesday 14 November - Workshop begins at 10:00 am and concludes at 5:00 pm.
Wednesday 15 November - Workshop begins at 9:00 am and concludes at 3:30 pm.

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

Please note: If you haven’t yet attended an SSFC course, we are offering an online training on 13 October 2023. For more information on this course click here:

COVID-19 Requirements*
Please read our COVID-19 guidance for in-person events.
Please do not attend a Whāraurau in-person event if you are feeling unwell. This includes having symptoms consistent with COVID-19, being identified as a household contact, or if you are symptomatic after testing negative with a Rapid Antigen Test. Contact the Whāraurau project support team ([email protected]) before the event, so we can arrange to reschedule you for another date (if available).
*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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