The 2-day conference is on the 6th and 7th November and a workshop will be held on the 8th November. Registration will open in July, please register your interest via the EIPS website: www.earlypsychosis.org.nz
In this interactive 3 hour workshop, you will gain knowledge about the autism spectrum and how you can best support a young person, as a parent/carer or a professional.
The National Education Alliance for Borderline Personality Disorder (NEA-BPD) NZ Branch and ADHB Mental Health Services are excited to strengthen existing and expand the number of Family Connections programs in NZ by offering a Family Connections Leaders Training in 2017. This training facilitated by Roy Krawitz will provide education and ongoing support to enable participants to lead future Family Connections programs.
The Children’s Autism Foundation presents ‘Hands On Autism’, a full day workshop for all who are living with or supporting, a young person on the Autism Spectrum. This workshop will provide practical tools and strategies that you can easily implement in the home, school and wider community. The workshop is facilitated by our family consultants who come from a range of professions including Occupational Therapy, Counselling and Behaviour Therapy
The 7th Service User Academia symposium will be held in Wellington, New Zealand on 20-21 November 2017 with the theme being ‘Creating Connections and Building Bridges Together: The Journey Continues.
PeerZone is hosting a seminar in Wellington inviting international peer leaders to discuss outcomes-focused responses to mental distress Speakers include: Steven Morgan, USA on Intentional Peer Support. Flick Grey, Australia on Open Dialogue. Jenny Speed, Australia on Emotional CPR Mary O'Hagan, New Zealand on PeerZone. Adrienne Giacon, New Zealand on Hearing Voices Network Aotearoa NZ.