Date:  to
Event type:  Workshop
Region:  Queensland wide
Organiser:  WorkUP Queensland
Pricing:  $66 - $132


Address:  Online
State:  Queensland


Name:  Annika Stehn
Phone Number:  0438589420

A reflective practitioner is one who is open to learning and does so by engaging gin a continuous cyclical process of review, development and change. This is crucial to providing high quality and effective services for clients and to support the wellbeing of the practitioner.

Deep reflection involves more than what you did, why you did it and how you did it. This workshop will explore what it means to engage in deep reflective practice and share some practical ways that you can embed this into your work.

Date: Wednesday, 23 June 2021

Time: 10:00am – 1:00pm

Learning Objectives:

Throughout the workshop we will explore:

  • What is reflective practice?
  • Theory and models for reflective practice
  • Why reflective practice is important in our work
  • Engaging in deep reflection
  • Embedding reflective practice in our everyday work

Who should attend

This workshop will be pitched at workers across the domestic violence, women’s health and wellbeing and sexual assault services at an intermediate level.

About the facilitators

Betty Taylor

Betty has worked across the domestic violence sector for the past 30 years. She was the founding Manager of the Gold Coast Domestic Violence Prevention Centre and oversaw the development of the Gold Coast Domestic Violence Integrated Response. She chaired the Queensland Domestic Violence Council for 2 terms and has been an active member of the Domestic Violence Death Review Action Groups since its formation in 2004. Betty has written several training manuals including course material of the accredited Course In Responding to Domestic & Family Violence and Dying To Be Heard, a discussion paper looking at domestic violence death reviews. Betty was awarded a Churchill Fellowship and Centenary Medal in recognition of her work in domestic violence intervention and prevention. Betty is a current member of the Child Death Review Panel and the Domestic Violence Death review Board. She is the CEO of the Red Rose Foundation and co founder of the Australian Institute for Strangulation Prevention.


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