33rd FICE CONGRESS &
2nd CYC WORLD CONFERENCE

SYMPOSIA

Symposia are intended to provide congress and other interested participants with the possibility to explore a topic in greater depth.

Venue: University of Applied Sciences FH Campus Wien
Symposia 1-5: Friday, 26th August 2016, 9:00 – 17:00. 
Symposia 6: Friday, 26th and Saturday, 27th August 2016, 9:00 – 17:00

Symposia can be booked via the personal congress registration account.

 

Congress participants can book One Day Symposia with 20% discount and Two Days Symposia with 15% discount.

 

Limited number of participants. Prices include symposium fee, lunch and coffee breaks.

 

Symposium 1: Trauma pedagogy. Opportunities and possibilities for child and youth care

Symposium 2: Networking 2.0 Ankerland: Specific and Practical Experience and Methods for working with Networks based on Trauma Pedagogy and Trauma Psychology CANCELED

Symposium 4: Early Development

Symposium 5: Therapeutic Use of Daily Life Events

Symposium 6: 2-day PART®- Seminar (Basic)

 


 

 

Symposium 1 

Trauma pedagogy. Opportunities and possibilities for child and youth care

Jacob Bausum and Christina Rothdeutsch

German

245 € (with discount 195 € )

 


 

 

Symposium 2  

Networking 2.0 Ankerland: Specific and Practical Experience and Methods for working with Networks based on Trauma Pedagogy and Trauma Psychology

Andreas Krüger

 German

195 € (with discount 155 €)

CANCELED

 


 

 

 

Symposium 4

Early Development

Sabine Fiala-Preinsberger 

German

245 € ( with discount 195 €)

 


 

 

Symposium 5

Therapeutic Use of Daily Life Events

Heather Modlin and James Freeman

English

160 € (with discount 128 €)

 

Speakers:

Heather Modlin

Heather Modlin has worked with young people in residential care for more than 25 years. Currently, she is employed as Provincial Director of Key Assets Newfoundland and Labrador. Heather is a founding board member and treasurer of the Child and Youth Care Educational Accreditation Board of Canada and a board member of the Child and Youth Care Certification Board and the International Child and Youth Care Network. Heather is a PhD candidate and sessional instructor in Child and Youth Care at the University of Victoria

James Freeman 

James Freeman is an international child and youth care consultant with a background in organizational development and support to marginalized children and families. He has direct experience in out-of-school, education, family camping, and residential programs. He holds a masters degree in organizational leadership and is the director of the Training Institute at Casa Pacifica Centers for Children and Families (California USA). He serves on the boards of the Association of Children’s Residential Centers, the Child and Youth Care Certification Board, and the International Child and Youth Care Network where he is co-editor of CYC-Net (www.cyc-net.org). He can be reached at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

 

Content:

The use of everyday life events for therapeutic purposes is one of the foundational characteristics of child and youth care work. Everyday seemingly simple moments occur in young peoples' lives which provide powerful and relevant opportunities for promoting growth and development. Whether it's a simple exchange in the routine of everyday life, a life altering moment in working with a family, a brief encounter on the street, or a planned event with a child in a residential program, after school center, or foster home, this course will increase the quality of interactions in the helping relationship.

Topics include recognizing daily life events, themes and opportunities, characteristics of relational child and youth care, the process of change, and the elements of intervention.

 


 

 

Symposium 6

2-day PART®- Seminar (Basic)

Friday, 26th and Saturday, 27th August 2016, 9:00 – 17:00

German with Wolfgang Papenberg

350 € (with discount 295 €)