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This specialist two-day crisis response course is the mental health equivalent of standard First Aid, in an Aboriginal context. Led by a skilled Aboriginal trainer this course is ideal for anyone working with Aboriginal communities.
Like many aspects of our lives the experience of trauma can be passed between generations. Explore the particular effects of intergenerational trauma and how it presents in people’s lives to assist in providing more appropriate and empathetic services.
One in four Australians will experience a mental illness at some point in their lives. This course looks at general understandings of mental health issues, how to support staff and legal compliance/duty of care requirements for managers.
With the struggle of post-traumatic stress also comes the potential for post-traumatic growth. Grounded in research and solidly evidence-driven, this course explores the potential for leveraging positive transformation in the final stages of trauma recovery.
Dissociation is a mental process where a person disconnects from their thoughts, feelings, memories or sense of identity. This course explores the nature of dissociative illnesses and provides a stigma-free overview of causes, symptoms and treatments.
A suicide prevention plan is a powerful prevention tool containing personalised strategies for a suicidal person to draw upon, even when alone. This important course provides the skills and resources to create an effective and personally meaningful plan to help save vulnerable lives.
This internationally recognised two-day crisis response course is the mental health equivalent of standard First Aid and will equip participants with the skills to recognise and respond appropriately, until professional help arrives.
The experience of trauma can have an effect throughout a person’s lifetime, influencing the way they think, work, form relationships and make choices. Gain a better understanding of the trauma experience and be equipped to provide more appropriate and empathetic services.
Our body image can have profound implications for our physical and mental health, confidence and self-esteem. This practical course explores the issues around personal body image and how it is formed, along with the dangers of negative body image.
Self-harm involves the deliberate causing of pain or injury to oneself, usually as an extreme way of trying to cope with distressing or painful feelings. This evidence-driven course demystifies self-harming behaviours and explores the diverse forms self-harm can take.
Self-regulation of emotions is a constant process which governs our responses to our experiences and environment. This course introduces a set of tools and strategies for modulating responses and managing mood, which can be used personally or with clients.