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The challenges and opportunities for group practitioners working with clients of Kids in Care

Chris Battle , Janine Bendit

The Kids in Care group is for people whose children are not in their care. The course helps people deal with the grief and loss experienced when their children are formally removed, and to develop positive strategies to deal with their circumstances which are discussed and explored throughout. This presentation/workshop will describe the sensitive issues that clients of Kids in Care bring to the group work context. From a practitioners’ perspective, we explore the challenges of this work, namely the stigma, alienation and trauma that characterises client narratives during group sessions.

PACFA CONFERENCE 2014
Complexity & Connectedness In Life & Love
13-15 June 2014, Sydney, Australia
Visit PACFA at: www.pacfa.org.au

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Chris Battle

Christina Battle, is a social worker and group leader at Relationships Australia, NSW, Hunter Region. Christina has an interest in bringing Narrative and Systemic ideas to group work interventions along with a strong commitment to social justice and the empowerment of vulnerable and marginalised communities.

Janine Bendit

Janine Bendit a couple and family therapist and group leader at Relationships Australia, NSW, Hunter Region. Janine has an interest in bringing Narrative and Systemic ideas to group work interventions along with a strong commitment to social justice and the empowerment of vulnerable and marginalised communities.

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