Date(s) - 25/03/2019
6:15 pm - 7:45 pm


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This year’s theme for AAFT Monday evening PD will be “Honouring Women who have inspired us and how the inspirations are reflected in our practice”. We reflect on, and celebrate Women practitioners from the family therapy field and other fields, as well as Women from our personal lives, who have been significant in shaping our ‘becoming’.

Angela Ranallo will intertwine the professional and personal influences of Women in her life as she weaves what Lynn Hoffman refers to as “Threads that link everybody to the social loom” (L Hoffman).  We are in this together!

Anne Holloway will present a tribute to Virginia Satir “Becoming More Fully Human.” Satir has been influential and informed Anne’s practice with her experiential work with families utilising sculpting that combines body language with internal experience in order to strengthen the understanding of events or relationships. This assists the individual and family by providing more information for the family to have different ways of viewing and responding to problems.

About Angela: Angela Ranallo is an AASW Accredited Mental Health Social Worker and Accredited Supervisor.  She is a Clinical member of the Australian College of Social Work. She is a Clinical member of the Australian Association of Family Therapy (AAFT) and Clinical member of Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA). Angela has written a number of published and unpublished reflection practice papers and designs and facilitates training and professional development workshops in the area of psychosocial health. Previously, she has held the position of Senior Clinical Social Worker/therapist with the Department for Child Protection and Family Support’s Psychology Services and now consults full time in her private practice: Child & Family Therapy Counselling in Bicton and Mount Lawley.  For a full profile of Angela visit

About Anne:  Anne is a Clinical Member of Australian Association of Family Therapy, Accredited Supervisor in Family Therapy, Accredited Mental Health Social Worker, Completed Certificate IV in Workplace Assessment and Training. Anne has many years of experience in Social Work, Psychotherapy and Family Therapy. She has practiced social work at basic and advanced levels in government and non-government agencies. Anne has established Private Practices in Bunbury, Mandurah and now in Perth. Anne was part of the training team at William Street Family Therapy Centre for 15 years and has recently independently provided Supervision and Training to Clinicians’ in numerous government and non-government agencies including Child and Adolescent Clinics in the Perth Metro Area; Helping Minds and Palmerston Farm (therapeutic Community. Website:

Date: Monday, 25th March, 6pm for 6.15-7.15
                             (7.15-7.45 Networking with wine and cheese)
Venue: AnglicareWA | 23 Adelaide Terrace | E. Perth
Cost: AAFT Members $15 and AAFT Non-members $25