What is personal and professional responsibility while working with children, youth and families? With whom can and has to a psychologist cooperate? What are the obligations and restrictions in that cooperation? Whose job is what? What if someone doesn't do their job? When and which institution to inform? What should you write? What to keep confidential? How exactly does a Notification look like? Is it a report? Will I lose confidence of a child? Will I lose cooperation with parents? Should I say I will inform someone or not? If yes – how? Can I trust my colleagues? What does the Law , Convention and GDPR directive say? Can I personally respond on Court? Will I be guilty if the child is, for example, taken from parents? What if my superiors don't want me to react? Should I react even if something is happening out of my office, school or kindergarden?
To these and to many more questions, which bother many of us in our everyday work, we will strive to respond through this webinar and discussion, and also we will support each other and strenghten ourselves in taking responsibility for the ones whose voices we need to hear and represent – for the children.
About the presenter:
Mia Roje is a psychologist in Child and Youth Protection Center of Zagreb. She finished a 4 year program of education in Integrative psychotherapy at Croatian Association of innovators-entrepreneurs, she is a practitioner and master of NLP, longtime volunteer and a member of educational team Brave Phone. In her daily work, she deals with direct work with children and families, and research and publishing activities. She is in a continuous cooperation with media (RTL, Nova TV, HRT, Radio Sljeme). In 2016/2017 she coordinated a National research about preschool children in front of TV. She participates on a numerous national and international conferences, of a scientific or professional kind, about the question of child protection and children’s rights. Her special interest in work and for further perfecting are children in high conflict divorces, about which she holds lectures to professionals of various profiles (Judicial Academy, Centre for Social Care). Also, she is a member of EAPAP (European Association of Parental Alienation Practitioners).