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Significant Event Response

Trauma-informed Care

The e-module series includes: Childhood Trauma: Impact on Development and Behaviour; Trauma-informed Care for Caregivers; Trauma-informed Care for the Children's Workforce; Self-care in Trauma-informed Organisations.

Professional Development

Introduction to HEEADSSS

Introduction to the HEEADSSS assessment framework

Professional Development

Co-Existing Problems (CEP) & Youth

This resource outlines treatment recommendations for youth with co-existing (mental health and substance use) problems (or CEP), and guides clinicians working with youth with CEP. It's written for primary care and specialist mental health and AOD services.

Significant Event Response

Managing Childhood Anxiety in Isolation

This presentation features childhood anxiety with a focus on recognition, assessment and intervention. Information is also shared on the experience of anxiety for children and parents in a COVID-19 environment.

Health and Wellbeing

National Youth Training e-forum – Disordered Eating and Eating Disorders

Understanding disordered eaitng and eating disorders; Thinking about eating - sorting out fact from fiction; Working with family/whānau; Treatment options

Professional Development

Foundations in Infant Child and Adolescent Mental Health (ICAMH)

Foundations in ICAMH explores infant, child, youth mental health and working with whānau. The 4 modules: Core Concepts/Infant Mental Health; Child Mental Health; Youth Mental Health; Supporting Infant Wellbeing, Children, Young People and Whānau.

Professional Development

Solution-Focussed Brief Therapy

Solution-Focussed Brief Therapy: A three-day intensive training

Significant Event Response

Post-Traumatic Stress

This workshop focuses on working with people who have experienced traumatic events and present with guilt, grief, relationship problems, etc. It offers a practical framework for intervention using Solution-Focused Brief Therapy and positive psychology.

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