NWMH Training & Development Unit (MHTDU)
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This workshop is aimed at clinicians with advanced knowledge and experience of working with ACT in their clinical practice. During this 2-day workshop, participants will be delving deeper into the theory underlying ACT and translate this expanded understanding into more flexible implementation of
NWMH Training & Development Unit (MHTDU)
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The Mental Health Act prescribes rights, processes and procedures for consumers whose treatment is compulsory. The Act can be applied to all settings and circumstances regarding mental health issues.
NWMH Training & Development Unit (MHTDU)
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Bookings currently not available. Contact MHTDU for expressions of interest. Holistic, client-centred thinking underpins Safety and Inclusion (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, CALD, children, family and LGBTQIA+) practice. Clinicians delivering Trauma Informed Care, Single Session
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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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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Mental health assessments form the central focus of care for effective treatment and care in public mental health. Combining knowledge, analysis and communication collaboratively achieves effective outcomes with consumers. The impact of holistic assessments assist the achievement of improved
NWMH Training & Development Unit (MHTDU)
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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
NWMH Training & Development Unit (MHTDU)
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This interactive workshop for clinicians will enable participants to support consumers in relation to their driving. It will focus on screening and assessing capability to drive and determining when an occupational therapy assessment is indicated. Practical skills, knowledge and resources will
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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This interactive and practice based workshop looks at approaches to implementing Safewards in acute inpatient units with a focus on making the Safewards package useful for staff and consumers. This workshop provides practical examples of how the 10 identified domains in the Safewards model can be
NWMH Training & Development Unit (MHTDU)
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This workshop is designed for key staff working in services and teams who have a focus on providing clinical expertise and support around working with parent consumers and those who have children in their care. This workshop will provide an opportunity to discuss complex aspects of working in the
NWMH Training & Development Unit (MHTDU)
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This workshop explores how we understand and work with consumers with BPD. Drawing on General Psychiatric Management and the Relationship Management model to develop client-centred treatment and management plans. Principles for practice to help guide your clinical work will also be discussed