Six key practice positions for engaging families

Episode 10 July 21, 2019 00:28:16
Six key practice positions for engaging families
Emerging Minds Podcast
Six key practice positions for engaging families

Jul 21 2019 | 00:28:16

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Show Notes

In this episode, Dan Moss introduces us to six practice positions that can help practitioners to build positive working relationships with parents and create a foundation of safety to explore child social and emotional wellbeing. Dan worked as a practitioner and manager at Uniting Communities for more than 15 years and is currently the Workforce Development Manager at Emerging Minds. In this episode you will learn: Further information and resources:

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