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Join us for a networking event with guest speakers Dr. Celine van Golde (Senior Lecturer, School of Psychology, University of Sydney) and  Dr. Tamara Blakemore (Senior Lecturer, Social Work, University of Newcastle) about trauma, memory, empathy and learnings from work with young victim/ perpetrators of violence abuse and trauma. Tickets are inclusive of canapes and refreshments. Bar facilities will be available for those that wish to use them.

Guest speakers:

Dr. Celine Van Golde

Dr. Celine van Golde is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Psychology at the University of Sydney. Her research focuses on the reliability of eyewitness memory in children and adults, both for one-off and repeated events. Specifically, how interviewing techniques in forensic settings, such as those used by police, lawyers and judges can affect memory accuracy. She gives annual guest lectures within the NSW Police Force Detective Training Program, as well as advising judges and lawyers on issues related to eyewitness memory. She is further the founder and director of Not Guilty; the Sydney exoneration project, which assesses cases of potential wrongful convictions.

Dr. Tamara Blakemore

Dr. Tamara Blakemore is a social work practitioner, researcher, and educator. Tamara is a long-time collaborator with the Australian Centre for Child Protection (UniSA), with whom she has worked to produce research for the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. She is a member of the federal government expert panel for families and children and has worked across Australia to support evidence-based practice and outcomes in complex community contexts. A senior lecturer in Social Work at the University of Newcastle, Tamara remains actively involved in clinical practice in health, mental health, and justice settings. She is an advocate for holistic, connection-based responses to social issues experienced by children, young people, their families, and communities. Tamara leads the Name.Narrate.Navigate (NNN) Program and Practice Pathways Project. NNN provides support for young people who are victim/perpetrators of interpersonal violence as well as training, mentoring and support for regional, rural and remote practitioners working in this space.

Event Details:

Complexities of Trauma

Tuesday 14 June 2022, 5.00PM

Ourimbah RSL

5.00 – 7.30 PM

Tickets $20

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