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Transform your skills in supporting your clients' personal motivation and commitment to a specific goal. 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 an atmosphere of acceptance and compassion. One & Two-Day Workshop Options Auckland, Christchurch & Wellington
This webinar is a follow-on from Dr Kanji's presentation Depression Unmasked. Depression is like a broken arm. There is a timeline and at least five structural changes in the brain and body. The structural changes can be healed to prevent a lifetime of recurrent episodes. This webinar will take a deeper look at the role of the following to examine how we can effectively manage depression for life.
A 2.5 day hybrid conference with plenary and concurrent sessions, an industry exhibition, free paper presentations, a conference dinner at Mission Estate, and scientific poster displays. This year's theme explores "A Climate for Change". Mental health and addiction service systems in Aotearoa have been undergoing significant change in the context of increasingly complex health care needs, legislation reform, and a social and political milieu that has placed rising demands on the mental health and addiction sector, coupled with the impact of COVID-19. Join colleagues in a scientific programme that will showcase topics and promote dialogue around the many challenges and opportunities the mental health and addiction service systems in Aotearoa face in our current climate.
This webinar introduces Strategy 5 of the Six Core Strategies: Use of seclusion and restraint reduction tools.
This interactive webinar will introduce you to a resource designed to strengthen a workforce development approach consistent with recommendations from the NZ Autism Spectrum Disorder Guidelines. Learn about the essential knowledge and skills autistic people expect from their support, reflect on professional practice and discuss new ways of working. Join us for a co-facilitated webinar to hear from both a professional and autistic perspective.
Through gaining a fuller understanding of BPD and what is working in supporting these clients, participants will gain a new set of resources and related skills that can be applied to their practice, and the training will provide increased confidence when working with these clients who can be challenging for services. Staff’s assessment and conceptualisation skills regarding borderline personality disorder will be enhanced. This workshop will provide specific guidance for all mental health professionals in evidence-based psychological treatment for personality disorders, and complex trauma, and will dispel the common myths about Borderline Personality Disorder – what it is, and what it is not.