Programme EFeCT - Day 2

Thursday May 14th County hall Leuven

  • 9h30: Welcome speech
    MC Bruno Vanobbergen

  • 10h15: How the Risk-Need_Responsivity-Model and the Good Lives Model are compatible with LSCI.
    Bram Soenen is an orthopedagogue and campusdirector of the closed facility De Zande, campus Ruislede. Since 2008 Bram is senior trainer in Life Space Crisis Intervention (LSCI). During his PhD he researchedLSCI in residential youth care and special education. His research examined the characteristics of the youngsters as well as the process and effects of implementing LSCI.
    During this lecture Bram will get into the 8 domains of norm-exceeding behavior and how it relates to working with the good lives model. The research on how both LSCI and RNR-M can be compatible will be explained as well as the integrative use of these models in every day practice. Stijn Vandevelde summarizes the lecture by showing how the above is a good practice of the integrative action oriented orthopedagogy by Professor Eric Broekaert.

  • 11h-11h30: Break

  • 11h30: Moral Distress
    Simon Godecharle is master in theology, and doctor in biomedical science at the centre of biomedical Ethics and law of KU Leuven. He is co-ordinator health ethics of Emmaüs vzw. This organisation consists of 24 organisations in all branches of health care and welfarewith nearly 7000 employees and doctors.
    You don’t just become a caregiver. We all have our story, our reasons. We want to take care of and care for vulnerable youngsters with their own talents, visions and history. However when we enter the working field, something strange happens. We notice that there is too little: time, means, staff, … In certain circumstances this may lead to a specific form of stress, namely moral stress.
    Moral stress is experienced when you can’t provide the care that you want to offer. Your values bump into a reality that can’t or won’t co-operate. The cynical and dangerous part of moral stress is that your starting mission and motivation, finally demotivates. If moral stress lasts too long, caregivers experience the risk of drop-out. They get demotivated by their need to do the things right but are restricted in being able to do so.
    Dr. Simon Godecharle gives you insight in how to deal with moral stress. In that way we learn how to provide the care that will make us proud.

  • 12h30-13h30: Lunch

  • 13h30: Workshops

    1. Prevention starts with a good relationship good practice Ris-k (In Dutch translation in English).
      Dieter Bursens

    2. Participationtool for careplanning Only available in Dutch
      Joke De Wilde

    3. Youth at RisK, (In Dutch translation in English)
      Alessio Di Masi is a Staff member Content and Development of YAR, he is responsible for YAR Coaching Limburg.
      YAR Vlaanderen offers youngsters a chance to get their lives back on track. Central to their services are the two programs that
      YAR offers: YAR Coaching and YAR Housing. These programs show youngsters that they are responsible for their own choices.
      Making conscious decisions is the first step to take their life and their housing into their own hands. Both programs are operational thanks to a large network of volunteers. YAR focusses on personal development and strengthening the personal network of youth, to enable them to integrate in society.
      YAR Vlaanderen searches for explanations in society, were youngsters do what they do and make the choices they make. YAR sees itself as a part of society that wants to surround youngsters with one clear message: “We are here for you”

    4. Co-operation with parents: positioning or being positioned. (Only available in Dutch)

      Geke Klapwijk

    5. Kidwhispering and the connection with results of Hongarian parental research.
      Mark Freado (EN) en Andrea Gruber

    6. Mary Ellen Fescer LSCI links with children and Trauma (EN)
      Mary Ellen Fecser is a consultant and trainer with the Positive Education Program (PEP) in Cleveland, Ohio. She is also a master trainer of Life Space Crisis Intervention and a trainer of the Neurosequential Model of Education through the Child Trauma Academy. During her career she has taught and worked as a case manager for students with emotional disturbance at both PEP and in the public schools. For the past 20 years she has worked as a consultant in public schools, providing functional behavior assessments, support and training to those working with challenging students. She has spoken at national and international conferences with a special focus on students who have experienced developmental trauma and those on the autism spectrum.

  • 15h-15h30: Coffee break

  • 15u30-16u30: The first EFeCT-prize awarded by Franky D’Oosterlinck as chairman of the European Federation of Conflict Management in Education and Care (EFeCT)
    Followed by a panel-discussion, moderated by Stijn Vlaminck with
    Magda Massoels (Director Closed facilities), Bruno Vanobbergen, Franky D’Oosterlinck and Ine Christiaens (BUSO Zaveldal) on the subject: correction and connection, some youngsters in complex situations seem to disconnect everywhere. We explore the importance of co-operation in closed facilities as well as in education.

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