Category Archives: person centred employment practice

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Disability Employment Framework Enquiry

I’ve uploaded a copy of my submission to my Google Plus page for anyone who is interested to read. You’ll find it under the posts page at; https://plus.google.com/106868512081012855375/posts/p/pub Enjoy. Peter Advertisements

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I’m Day’d Out!

Everyday I receive a few notifications about “the day of” or “international week of” which I now find that I treat as white noise. It makes me wonder why as a society that we have to yell loudly from the … Continue reading

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Critical Disability Studies Forum.

If you have an interest in the future of disability, then this forum my be of interest to you. https://www.tasa.org.au/events/symposium-disability-support/

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Therapy Videos and Discussion

For anyone with an interest in the counselling and therapy debate, Psychotherapy Networker has as good videos for you to watch. Follow the link; https://www.youtube.com/user/PsychNetworker/videos

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A Pluralist Approach to Counselling and Therapy.

In this article, the Pluralist Counselling paradigm promoted by Mick Cooper and John McLeod is discussed. The article provides a glimpse into what might be the next movement in counselling and psychotherapy. Worth considering given the health professions welded on … Continue reading

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Employment Services and Training Organisations

We often see discussion about the use of employment or training courses as an outcome within employment service providers. Often the providers refer jobseekers to training organisations that they actually own, which stretches the bounds of ethical practice in terms … Continue reading

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Ethics and Morality in Disability Practice.

I sometimes wonder about ethics and morality in our workspace. Often I witness an ends justify the means approach to practice ( a bastardisation and misinterpretation of the original quote) and whilst it’s not possible to prescribe ethics and morality … Continue reading

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