19 episodes

The PSP Learning Hub is a Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ) sponsored initiative. It is for ALL casework staff working in the Permanency Support Program and is designed to deepen knowledge, develop practice skills and support sector connections. We have many resources that benefit the PSP caseworkers, including live webinars, face-to-face training, and coaching. Please visit our website at https://psplearninghub.com.au/ for further information.

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The PSP Learning Hub is a Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ) sponsored initiative. It is for ALL casework staff working in the Permanency Support Program and is designed to deepen knowledge, develop practice skills and support sector connections. We have many resources that benefit the PSP caseworkers, including live webinars, face-to-face training, and coaching. Please visit our website at https://psplearninghub.com.au/ for further information.

    Motivational Interviewing Part 2 of 3

    Motivational Interviewing Part 2 of 3

    In this introductory three-part podcast series of Motivational Interviewing (MI), the PSP Learning Hub talks about how MI supports casework in the Permanency Support Program (PSP). It provides practical information on how casework staff may engage with families around safe parenting and building positive, collaborative and trusting relationships that help parents think about ways to resolve the challenges they face. 
    This part 2 talks about how casework staff may work towards change when MI is used and useful skills and barriers to avoid.

    • 24 min
    Motivational Interviewing Part 1 of 3

    Motivational Interviewing Part 1 of 3

    In this introductory three-part podcast series of Motivational Interviewing (MI), the PSP Learning Hub talks about how MI supports casework in the Permanency Support Program (PSP). It provides practical information on how casework staff may engage with families around safe parenting and building positive, collaborative and trusting relationships that help parents think about ways to resolve the challenges they face. 
     
    This part 1 discusses the principles and concepts of MI.

    • 17 min
    Aboriginal History and Stolen Generations

    Aboriginal History and Stolen Generations

     EJ Garrett is a producer, director, videographer, editor, and writer. He’s a multi-skilled individual with experience covering community engagement, media and communication. EJ narrates this podcast about Aboriginal History and Stolen Generations that benefits caseworkers when working with Aboriginal children, young people and families.

    • 10 min
    Language – the impacts of how we talk

    Language – the impacts of how we talk

    EJ Garrett is a producer, director, videographer, editor, and writer. He’s a multi-skilled individual with experience covering community engagement, media and communication. EJ narrates this podcast about the importance of language in a highly emotional setting for the well-being of children. 

    • 9 min
    Explaining Open Adoption to Families

    Explaining Open Adoption to Families

    Tracie Fleming, of Fleming & Co Consulting, explores conversations about permanency and open adoption in OOHC. 

    • 17 min
    A Carer's story of Guardianship – The journey and experiences

    A Carer's story of Guardianship – The journey and experiences

    This podcast explores DeAnne's journey and experiences as a carer in PSP to provide caseworkers with invaluable insights for guardianship practices. 

    • 23 min

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