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Mental Health in Crisis

International experts Prof Peter Gotzsche and Robert Whitaker along with a New Zealand psychiatrist and sociologist explain why our current approach to mental health causes more harm than good and what the evidence shows will improve outcomes


26 February 2018

Location: Canterbury

Preventing Suicide Using The Solution Focused Approach

John Henden presents this series of workshops, on Preventing Suicide Using the Solution Focused approach – a unique approach to working with the suicidal person which reduces both suicidal thinking, and the sense of burden on the helper. These workshops specifically aim to reduce suicide rates amongst those contemplating suicide and to teach the basic tools and techniques of the solution-focused approach to those working with suicidal persons, or those directly supporting suicidal persons. They also provide tools and skills, that can be implemented immediately, that reduce the sense of burden on those supporting the suicidal person.


26 February 2018

Location: Bay of Plenty

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ADOM training - Auckland

Training suitable for those new to using ADOM and those who completed initial ADOM training, more than 12 months ago. Please note: to attend you must be part of an eligible, mandated team that uses and reports ADOM.


27 February 2018

Location: Auckland

Mental Health in Crisis

International experts Prof Peter Gotzsche and Robert Whitaker along with a New Zealand psychiatrist and sociologist explain why our current approach to mental health causes more harm than good and what the evidence shows will improve outcomes


27 February 2018 - 18 February 2027

Location: Wellington

Preventing Suicide Using The Solution Focused Approach

John Henden presents this series of workshops, on Preventing Suicide Using the Solution Focused approach – a unique approach to working with the suicidal person which reduces both suicidal thinking, and the sense of burden on the helper. These workshops specifically aim to reduce suicide rates amongst those contemplating suicide and to teach the basic tools and techniques of the solution-focused approach to those working with suicidal persons, or those directly supporting suicidal persons. They also provide tools and skills, that can be implemented immediately, that reduce the sense of burden on those supporting the suicidal person.


28 February 2018

Location: Waikato

Mental Health in Crisis

International experts Prof Peter Gotzsche and Robert Whitaker along with a New Zealand psychiatrist and sociologist explain why our current approach to mental health causes more harm than good and what the evidence shows will improve outcomes


28 February 2018

Location: Waikato

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