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This highly engaging program brings together concepts, themes and skills derived from the contemporary literature including the Chronological Assessment of Suicide Events (CASE) approach; a risk assessment and formulation model that emphasises prevention over prediction; and Safety Planning
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This interactive workshop will examine frameworks that inform nursing practice and reinforce how critical thinking leads to improved outcomes for consumers and reduces clinical errors. The workshop will utilise the principles of clinical reasoning and critical thinking in mental health nursing
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This workshop introduces the application of psychological management principles within a recovery framework assisting people who experience problematic persistent auditory hallucinations and to a lesser extent, delusions. Drawing on CBT, ACT and information processing models, it combines theoretical
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Motivational Interviewing (MI) is a collaborative, goal-oriented style of communication, with particular attention to the language of change. It is designed to strengthen personal motivation for, and commitment to, a specific goal by eliciting and exploring the person’s own reasons for change within
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This training will explore new developments in psychoactive substance use with a particular focus on methamphetamines and examine the tension/dichotomy in the literature around substance misuse. It will also identify current trends and innovations in clinical interventions.
NWMH Training & Development Unit (MHTDU)
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This clinical intervention focuses on the use of environments, equipment and activities to regulate individuals’ sensory experience and optimise physiological and emotional well-being. This introductory workshop offers opportunities to experience the sensory approach and explore the application of
NWMH Training & Development Unit (MHTDU)
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The application of legislation within the mental health setting can be complex and raise ethical dilemmas. This interactive workshop considers relevant legislation and provides a framework for approaching dilemmas. It draws upon the experience of consumers, families and carers, medical and legal
NWMH Training & Development Unit (MHTDU)
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This highly engaging program brings together concepts, themes and skills derived from the contemporary literature including the Chronological Assessment of Suicide Events (CASE) approach; a risk assessment and formulation model that emphasises prevention over prediction; and Safety Planning
NWMH Training & Development Unit (MHTDU)
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For anyone interested in an overview of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy this 1-day workshop provides an introduction to the core principles of ACT and their relevant application in clinical practice. In order to maximise learning, participants will complete some pre-workshop reading and practice
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This course equips you to understand and complete the required outcome measures for public mental health. The broader content of the workshop demonstrates how you might plan to use outcome measures to provide feedback to a discrete group of consumers who you work with. By the end of the training you
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**BY NOMINATIONS ONLY** If you are interested in participating we suggest you discuss this with your manager and let them know that they will be asked to make a nomination. This intensive training is designed for the experienced mental health clinician to follow the continuum of care for mental
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This workshop will equip participants with a practical understanding of cognitive behaviour therapy and the skills required to use this therapy in bed-based services. The workshop combines lectures and skills practice in small groups, and is suitable for bed-based staff who are beginners as well as