BRUCE D. PERRY, M.D., PH.D - OCTOBER SPEAKING TOUR
Berry Street Education Model
|The Berry Street Education Model provides schools with the training, curriculum and strategies to engage the most challenging students. It is unique because it educates schools to promote cognitive and behavioural change, thereby re-engaging the young person in learning and progressing their academic achievement.|
Quality childcare is a good start
|Professor Frank Oberklaid and BSCI's Dr. Sarah Wise, writing in The Australian newspaper, call on the Federal Government to develop childcare policies informed by research evidence about brain development in the early years. Read their article here. |
Yarning up on Trauma
|An intensive four-day workshop for people who want to learn practical ways to better work with Indigenous families with individual trauma, family trauma, community trauma and historical/cultural trauma. |
The training focuses on and how to heal ourselves, our children, our families and Communities.
Find out more: Yarning up on Trauma.
Berry Street Education Model - Training Opportunities
|We are offering an exciting opportunity to learn about the Berry Street Education Model:|
|A 4 day training course will run one day per month in the second half of 2015.|
International Speaker - Clark Baim
|UK presenter and Institute Fellow, Clark Baim will be joining us in May 2015 to deliver two fantastic training opportunities in Melbourne. |
An exciting one-day training on Mindful Co-working: The art of working together with confidence and enjoyment; and
|A one-day workshop on Attachment-based practice with adults.|
|To find out more or to register click here.|
Berry Street was first established on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respect to their Elders, past and present, and to all the traditional
custodians of land throughout Australia.