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Risky Business: The Art of Assessing Suicide Risk and Imminent Danger - Napier

Advanced training in the art of assessing suicide risk and imminent danger. The workshop builds on foundational or gatekeeper suicide prevention training and provides the opportunity for participants to depth their critical analysis of suicide risk factors and reflect on their practice in assessing risk. Facilitator: Barry Taylor Award winning suicide prevention practitioner


27 August 2019

Location: Hawke's Bay

Dealing with the Aftermath: Responding to the impact of a suicide in different settings - Auckland

This introductory workshop builds understanding of effective strategies to respond to a death by suicide in different settings: whānau & hapū, ethnic groupings, schools, workplaces, organisations and communities. Facilitator: Barry Taylor - Award winning suicide prevention practitioner


28 August 2019

Location: Auckland

2nd Annual Workforce Inclusion & Diversity Conference

Improve your D&I strategy at the 2nd Annual Workforce Inclusion and Diversity conference and hear from 30+ government, business and not-for-profit leaders to drive initiatives that produce tangible results, which would ultimately improve your organisation’s bottom line.


28 August - 30 August 2019

Location: Auckland

From Sad Blokes to Well Men: Changing the focus in the prevention of male suicide and depression - New Plymouth

IT'S TIME TO TAKE SUICIDE IN MEN OUT OF THE TOO HARD BASKET The opportunity to hear from an internationally respected commentator men's suicide, Barry Taylor and learn about the phenomenon of depression and suicide in men and what leads to the moment when a man decides he wants to “end it all.”


29 August 2019

Location: Taranaki

Supervision Skills for Health & Social Service Professionals

2 Days | 2,3 September Wellington | Unitec Certificate - Level 5, 4 Credits | This skills based training enables senior staff to provide effective supervision for others in their own discipline area. Introduces supervision as a professional development process for health & social service professionals provides training and processes for one to one clinical supervision provides opportunities for participants to experience the power of supervision through.


2 September - 3 September 2019

Location: Wellington

ASK (Autism Spectrum Knowledge) Training for Professionals - Dealing with Anxiety

Defining autism and anxiety. Practical tools & strategies to implement with the children or young people you are working or engaging with.


2 September 2019

Location: Auckland

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