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8.00 CPD Hours APS Event CPD
This 8-hour course gives a brief overview of the past forced adoption policies and practices in Australia, and suggests frameworks and principles to guide clinical work and the development of effective therapeutic relationships.
It is designed to support mental health professionals who are currently working or plan to work to support the mental health needs of people affected by forced adoption, including mothers, adopted people, fathers and their families.
Mental health professionals can claim Continued Professional Development (CPD) points by completing this course.
At the completion of this course, participants will have:
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