Other Articles, Presentations & Publications

  • 2019 – 2015 Design and present lectures on Family Therapy Lenses – A Way of working with Children, Young People and Families at Murdoch University’s Masters in Counselling
  • 2018 – Window of Tolerance: Making Sense of Trauma with children, young people and families
  • 2017 – Design and present the two-day practice base workshop. Creative Expressions & Narrative re-Authoring: ways of working therapeutically with children and young people around trauma, loss, attachment and relational concerns and challenges in managing intense emotions.  
  • 2017 – Design and present the one-day workshop to professionals working in the area of trauma. The Window of Tolerance: making sense of effects of trauma with children, young people and families.
  • 2016 – Creative Expressions & Narrative re-Authoring: ways of working therapeutically with children and young people around trauma, loss, attachment and relational concerns and challenges in managing intense emotions. Workshop presented at AASW WA
  • 2016 – Working with Children, young people and families and effects of trauma and mental health from systemic & family therapy lenses – Workshop presented at AASW WA
  • 2015 – Workshop design and co-present ‘Individual and Family Work with children and young people who are managing the effects of trauma and mental health difficulties’
  • 2015 – Facilitate (COS) Circle of Security training to Departmental Case Worker
  • 2014 – Facilitate (COS) Circle of Security Parenting with Departmental Family Resource Workers and Case Workers
  • 2014-2013 Group Supervision and Training to Responsible Parenting Team at Perth District Office of Child Protection and Family Support
  • 2013 – Design Child Mental Health Service for ATAPS Medicare Local
  • 2012 – Facilitate Circle of Security Parenting (COS) with Departmental Foster Carers
  • 2012 -2011 Develop and present Systemic Reflexive Practice training to case managers in Perth DCP District Office
  • 2010 – Paper presentation at Western Australia Family Therapy Symposium -“Sibling therapy with children – playing ‘hopscotch’ on and between relational domains”.
  • 2010 – Writing a paper: “Sibling therapy with children – playing ‘hopscotch’ on and between relational domains”.
  • 2009-2010 Facilitating MHPN groups in the community to promote a multidisciplinary approach to providing mental health services to members of the community
  • 2008 – Teaching in the Department of Social Work and Social Policy- Curtin University of Technology – Counselling Practice Models
  • 2008-2007 Designed, written and presented “Working with Children and Effects of Trauma” – encompassing frameworks of ‘Identity Project’, ‘Working with child in context’, Relational Self’ and ‘Working with effects of Abuse’. The ideas, philosophy and practices are very much informed by social construction and Narrative ideas, principles and practice concepts.
  • 2008-2006 – Designed, written and facilitated “Working with groups as communities” – a weekend lecturing/workshop to Masters in Counselling students with Curtin University of Technology School of Social Work and Social Policy.
  • 2006 – Written “Intensive Therapeutic Care Project” – a care programme designed to facilitate a young person’s transition into a professional foster care.
  • 2006 – Designed two training programmes for carers involved in “Intensive Therapeutic Care Project”
  • 2006 – Designed “Intensive Therapeutic Care Project” evaluation and reporting documentation
  • 2006 – Provided supervision to a Masters in Counselling students
  • 2007-2005 Designed, written and presented ‘Working with Children: an Identity Project – A clinical practice informed by Narrative orientation’ to Post Graduate Diploma in Counselling at Curtin University of Technology School of Social Work and Social Policy
  • 2005 Co-written, co-designed and co-presented ‘Narrative Therapy – hosting therapeutic conversations’ to the Department for Community Development State PATS team
  • 2005 Designed, written and presented ‘Narrating the Difference – Training Summary Presentation’ to the Department for Community Development North and East PATS teams
  • 2003-2007 Guest lecturing at Curtin University of Technology – School of Social Work and Social Policy to undergraduate and postgraduate schools
  • 2002 Published “Food For Thought- Partnership of Cultures” in narrative network news 17, February
  • 2001 Written and published “Rituals of Life” in Working with the stories of women’s lives, Dulwich Centre Publications
  • 2001 Written and published “A Woman’s Journey – Relationships with Self and Others in thenarrative network news, June 2001
  • 2001 Written, and presented a paper: “Food For Thought- Partnership of Cultures” at the Pan Pacific Family Therapy Congress in Melbourne
  • 2001 Designed, written and presented a lecture/workshop on Narrative Theory and Practice to students enrolled in the Post Graduate Diploma in Human Services (Counselling) at Curtin University of Technology School of Social Work and Social Policy
  • 2001 Designed, written and facilitated “Cultural Stories of Change” team building workshop at the Anglicare WA Conference
  • 1996-2010 Design, write and facilitate psycho-education parenting, Self Esteem, Stress Management, Exploring Relationships programmes and Childbirth De-Stress Support group programmes
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Child & Family Therapy Counselling Service is an independent counselling and family therapy centre operated by Angela Ranallo, a qualified Clinical Social Worker, Child & Family Therapist and accredited Mental Health Social Worker specialising in Children and Young People Counselling - Parenting Support and Family Counselling - Relationships & Couples Counselling - Adult Mental Health - Trauma Therapy and Clinical Supervision and Training.