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Te Pou events September 2014
One-day Foundational outcomes training (part A) aims to equip trainers with a good understanding of the rationale and purpose of outcome measurement, the underlying philosophy of recovery, the skills of engagement and feeding back information relevant to outcome measurement.
This one-day specific (part B) training will provide participants with the training necessary to become a certified HoNOS trainer.
This one-day specific (part B) training will provide participants with the training necessary to become a certified HoNOSCA trainer.
The programme aims to ensure a mental health, addiction, disability and public health workforce that can better engage Pacific clients, families and communities at the critical first point of contact, ensuring the best possible outcomes for Pacific consumers and their families/aiga.
Sector events September 2014
Psychology in a changing world.
Family therapy training: Systemic approaches to working with individuals, couples and families
How can we enhance our professional communication and systematically construct and nurture collaboration? How can we manage and mitigate conflict? Learn techniques backed by research, adapt them to your situation and practice and get feedback in a safe, supportive, fun and structured learning environment.
This workshop will examine what it normally takes to create breakthroughs in one’s life and the kinds of supports that have proven to be helpful.
Aimed at people with a disability and / or their family members and providers, the workshop will examine these and various other issues that arise in genuine attempts to build honorable partnerships between those who use services and those who provide them.
World Suicide Prevention Day will be held on 10 September 2014.
An information evening is being held to help advise South Auckland families, parents and caregivers on how to support teenagers who are feeling down, depressed or stressed.
The Addiction Practitioners' Association (dapaanz) invites you to Dunedin for the 19th Cutting Edge Conference.
Dapaanz and Matua Raki will support a pre-Cutting Edge Fono on Wednesday 17 September 2014. Following last year’s theme of Re-invigorating DRUA, this Fono will continue to develop and build on the momentum.
This year's Pre-Cutting Edge Hui will be held on Wednesday 17 September in Dunedin. Traditionally, this hui has been an opportunity for Maori working the addiction sector to engage with mana whenua in a more meaningful way than is possible at the powhiri for Cutting Edge participants. Secondly, the purpose of the day is to connect with others working in the sector.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a widely recognised and increasingly utilised therapy for the treatment of many commonly presenting mental health difficulties.
Dr Huhanna Hickey (LLB/BsocSc, LLM (Dist), phd) will be delivering an insightful workshop on the Treaty of Waitangi and its influences on the disability sector
Unitec Certificate - Level 5, 4 Credits This skills based training enables senior staff to provide effective supervision for others in their own discipline area.
This skills based training enables staff to provide effective supervision for others in their own discipline area.
Come and listen to Pasifika CAMHS professionals sharing their experiences and knowledge of interventions that are working for Pasifika families in Aotearoa.
This one day course is for those who need to share their expertise by coaching or mentoring others or those who need to develop people through one to one coaching.
This 4 hour workshop offers coaching approaches and skills that can make a big difference to people’s willingness to step up to feedback exchanges and increase the likelihood that the message lands whilst maintaining loyalty and relationships along the way.