Date: 27th February 2013
Workshop Duration: 1 day
Workshop Time: 09:30 — 16:30
Venue:Lighthouse Resources Upstairs Training Room, Kyabra Street RUNCORN, QLD. 4113
For case managers from various fields including mental health, housing, disability, education, probation, health, children and families, child safety or anyone interested in strengths based case management.
As a case manager have you ever felt like you are trying to work towards change for your client, but wondered why change is not occurring? Strengths-based Case Management is becoming a widely used role in the field of social services, but what does it look like in action?
This workshop will be an opportunity to step back from our everyday "doing" of case management to explore client-directed, strengths based approaches to case management. This approach seeks to support clients to be active players in the case management process, to enable them to make decisions that will promote preferred possibilities in their lives. Throughout the workshop key skills of Strengths-based Case Management will be explored in a range of experiential ways. Participants will expect to hear stories of collaborative Strengths-based Case Management processes that generate energy and hope for both the worker and client.
By the end of the workshop participants will have: