Is youth mental health getting worse? If so, why? And what can be done about it?
The straight talking un-PC Guide to working with Suicidal Youth. Imagine, you are in your office. Other staff bring in a student with casts on both arms, hospitalised earlier in the week after a serious suicide attempt. His parents are with him. They are distraught. The student is glaring at you, swearing, yelling that all professionals are useless, and we just need to let him die. He has intent, an immediate plan, and determination.
With communities as the common reference point and driving force for change, our sector needs to be innovative to overcome the challenges that hold us all back from our full potential. While New Zealand is a small country, we are made up of many communities and each of these have their own hopes and needs.
In 2020 the New Zealand Institute of Psychotherapy (NZIPP) will be offering a Foundation Training Year in Psychoanalytic Thinking including the following courses: - Psychoanalytic Theory; - Infant Observation; - Case Discussions. These courses can be taken concurrently or separately, as stand-alone courses; they can also be an introduction in preparation to the training programme in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy offered by NZIPP, for those interested in continuing and meeting the requirements. Tutors are NZIPP Members.
Learn Family therapy by distance and gain a Postgraduate qualification.
A one day conference for all those interested in learning, and sharing solution focused practice. Keynote speakers Paul Hanton & Chris Iveson. There is also a pre conference workshop and post conference masterclass.