Understanding Mental Health
This training builds on the Understanding Mental Health Training (Part 1). However, is not a prerequisite to have attended the previous training.
Many residential facilities have people suffering from a variety of Mental Health Conditions. To help understand these conditions and provide appropriate care, this work shop is essential.
You will learn
- About the experience of clients and the effects on families and whanau living with
- Border line personality disorder
- Eating disorders
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Drug and alcohol addiction
- The interventions and treatment options currently available.
Dr Louisa Walker received her Doctorate in psychology from the University of Idaho with a research emphasis on both cross-cultural and biological psychology. She has 20 years of clinical experience working extensively with GPs and specialists in efforts to build innovative treatment models integrating psychological services into general practice medicine. She developed a Department of Behavioural Health for a regional US medical clinic and has worked with primary mental health care projects in New Zealand since 2002. Louisa is a Director for QPR NZ has been a QPR Suicide Risk Management Master Trainer since 2008 delivering suicide prevention training throughout New Zealand.
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We guarantee to have the most in-depth and up-to-date aged care training you’ve ever attended with the best specialist trainers available or your money back. You won’t find better aged care training anywhere and we’re willing to put our money where our mouth is. It’s as simple as that!
Refunds for non-attendance (cancellations) will only be given if notification is provided at least 24 hour prior to the workshop. If your cancellation is received after this day, only 50% of the course fee will be refunded due to the venue's cancellation policy and the costs we incur.
Payment must be made before attendance of the training unless prior arrangements have been made.
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