Triple P Research and Practice Forum 28-30 October 2020

 

 The Aotearoa/New Zealand Triple P Research and Practice Forum

 took place 28-30 October 2020

 

The Aotearoa/New Zealand Triple P Research and Practice Forum brought together leaders in parenting and family issues to discuss the theme: 

"Self-Regulation in Irregular Times" 

A forum connecting self-care, community collaboration, and implementation planning for the benefit of both the workforce and families

 

To view recordings of these sessions please scroll down.

Wednesday 28 October 2020

Morning Session starting at 09:30 NZST

  • Stacey Porter (Māori Cultural Advisor) - Mihi Whakatau (Official opening & welcome)
  • Jo Chiplin (Ministry of Health) - Opening address
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  • Professor Matt Sanders (Triple P Founder) - Keynote address: Evidence-based Parenting Support in a Changing World: Challenges & New Directions and Q&A
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Afternoon Session starting at 13:30 NZST

  • Steven Hayns (Triple P Trainer) - Practitioner Self-care Workshop
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Thursday 29 October 2020

Morning Session starting at 10:00 NZST 

  • Michelle Melville-Smith (Triple P Trainer) - The Importance of Parent Self-care & Top Ten Tips of Parenting in Uncertain Times
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  • Tea Break
  • Karen Turner (Associate Professor, University of Queensland) - Triple P Online
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Afternoon Session starting at 13:30 NZST 

  • Deanna Sanders (Psychologist, Freshminds by Procare) - Supporting Parents Remotely
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  • Nigel Colless (Senior Behaviour Specialist, Educational Psychologist, Explore) - Partnerships that Enhance Lives. Stepping Stones Triple P and Neurodiversity
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  • Tea Break
  • Panel Discussion

Friday 30 October 2020

Morning Session starting at 10:00 NZST

  • Michell Forster (Indigenous Implementation Consultant at Triple P International) & Michael Herd (Psychologist, Triple P International) - Our Journey, Our learning with Australia’s first peoples: Teaching both ways in Indigenous Triple P Training

Afternoon Session starting at 13:00 NZST 

  • Ardell Unsworth (Triple P Clinical Leader, Kaitiaki Nursing Services BOP) & Fahima Saied (Triple P Practitioner) - Flexible Delivery and Engagement Across Cultures
  • Tea Break
  • Jenna McWilliam (Head of Organisational Development at Triple P International Pty Ltd) - Implementation in uncertain times
  • Stacey Porter (Māori Cultural Advisor) - Hui Whakakapi (Official Close)

For queries regarding this event please email Liz Barker: [email protected]

Download Triple P Research and Practice Forum Action Planning Sheet here