Emerging Minds: Free Webinar – Engaging children as partners in practice to support their mental health and wellbeing

Presenters: Chris Dolman, Lisa Johnson and Dom Kleinig Wednesday 12 December 2018, 1:00–2:00pm AEDT. Find your time zone. Enabling children to have a genuine voice in decisions affecting their lives is a challenge faced by practitioners across a broad range of sectors. Yet it is a practice that significantly contributes to child safety and to useful […]

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MHPN Free Webinar: Psychological Treatments for Trichotillomania

Register now and gain insights into trichotillomania – a psychological disorder that leads people to compulsively and uncontrollably pull out their hair. Presented by MHPN, this live event will include presentations by Dr Imogen Rehm (psychology registrar), Dr Scott Blair-West (psychiatrist) and Dr Johanna Lynch (GP) in a session, with a Q&A, facilitated by psychiatry […]

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Webinar – Working with young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds: Applying the National Youth Settlement Framework in mainstream services

This webinar will discuss recent developments with the National Youth Settlement Framework and how it can be applied to mainstream youth services. With one in five young Australians aged 12–24 years born overseas according to 2016 Census data, young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds are a large part of our community. They can also […]

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Autism SA training for families and professionals

Autism SA offers a variety of training sessions – held at both the Netley and Elizabeth sites. For more information, please visit the links below or contact the Training and Consultancy Coordinator on 0421 326 710. General Family Workshops July-December 2018 Professional Development Workshops Term 3 2018 In Focus Family Workshops July-December 2018 Early Days Workshops July-December […]

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Resource – ‘Understanding Abuse’ Learning Bites

Understanding Abuse Learning Bites – a resource developed by National Disability Services The ‘Understanding Abuse’ Learning Bites are 3-5 minute videos addressing eight life areas. They can be used to promote discussion and personal reflection by support workers. Each Learning Bite has a printable worksheet to be completed and signed off by the supervisor

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Free Webinar – Engaging parents of children approaching adolescence

Webinar – Engaging parents of children approaching adolescence. Register now and attend this free webinar by Emerging Minds to gain insights into practice that will assist you in proactively engaging parents on how to tackle problems arising from their child’s adolescent years – a period of substantial change for families. Learn more and register now. Date: Wednesday 7 November 2018 […]

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MHPN Webinar – Unravelling the Myth: Somatic Symptom Disorder

Hosted by Mental Health Professionals Network. Register now for an interdisciplinary Q&A about somatic symptom disorder and gain an understanding of this complex illness. Somatic symptom disorder is a common presentation to health professionals with many patients experiencing significant disability and a history of trauma which complicates the therapeutic relationship. Presented by MHPN, this live […]

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Free webinar – What is infant and child mental health and why is it important for all practitioners to think about it?

Webinar series: Focus on infant and child mental health Presenters: Brad Morgan and Helen Francis Tuesday 9 October 2018, 1:00–2:00pm AEST. Find your time zone. This webinar is the first in an upcoming series of webinars being facilitated in partnership between Emerging Minds and CFCA, with a specific focus on the mental health of infants and children. […]

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Webinar – Pathways to self-regulation

Description: The Zones of Regulation® is a framework to foster self-regulation, supporting students in recognizing and managing their emotions and sensory needs.   Participate in this two hour live webinar and learn how applying The Zones of Regulation framework can help develop essential skills and gain powerful tools for managing emotions and sensory needs. Brief overview of:  • The […]

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Social Haptic Communication Method for supporting individuals with deafblindness

Able Australia invites you to a training session on ‘Social Haptic Communication Method for supporting individuals with deafblindness’. Join Dennis Witcombe (Winston Churchill Fellow) and Carla Anderson (National Manager, Deafblind Services) for a unique training experience. Social-Haptic Communication is an efficient and discrete way of giving social messages to a person who is vision impaired […]

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