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July 25, 2024
12.30 PM - 2.00PM
Online via Zoom

Join OPEN and facilitators from Uniting Vic.Tas, for an insightful OPEN Forum on the development of Uniting’s Therapeutic Model of Care for Working with Children, Young People, and Families (TMoC).

This model represents Uniting’s commitment to fostering a workplace culture and practices that are evidence-informed and recognise the profound impact of complex trauma on clients, families, the workforce, and organisations. Tymur Hussein and Claire Stanley will highlight the evidence-informed practice and trauma-informed principles that guide decision-making and are designed to be integrated into Uniting’s organisational culture.

The model was based on key principles and sources of evidence, including:

  • Research evidence
  • Practitioner knowledge and skill
  • Child and family knowledge, preferences, and values
  • Participatory approaches that were collaborative, iterative and promoted safety

This OPEN Forum is relevant to practitioners, program managers and those in leadership seeking to understand the therapeutic model, and its development and implementation across an organisation. 

This is OPEN’s third event in the Trauma-informed Insight Series. Watch the recordings of the previous events below.

Presenters

Tymur Hussein
Practice Leadership and Development Manager 
Tymur is a registered psychologist and senior leader in the health and community services sector. He is passionate about supporting practitioners, teams, and organisations develop their capability in response to the needs of service users. Tymur oversees Uniting’s Practice Leadership Unit, leading the development and implementation of the Therapeutic Model of Care. He also provides consultancy to a range of statutory services and is a member of DFFH’s Emergency Management Psychosocial Services Panel.    

Claire Stanley
Service-Wide Principal Practitioner

Claire provides clinical leadership of Uniting’s Principal Practitioner Program which embeds Therapeutic Model of Care, applies evidenced clinical practice approaches, and uplifts the opportunity to better understand the importance of fostering personal and professional growth in our workforce. Claire’s passionate about prioritising relational safety to reduce violence, elevating the child’s voice in practice, and integrating contemporary research to improve Uniting’s consumers’ and employees’ safety and wellbeing.

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