Youth forensic services are specialist AOD services for young people with mental health disorders, AOD problems and/or intellectual disabilities (under the Intellectual Disability (Compulsory Care and Rehabilitation) Act 2003 (IDCC&R Act)
This is a training for mentors wanting to develop their skill building quality relationships with taiohi. NZYMN is the national hub for youth mentoring in Aotearoa, offering support in a diverse range of circumstances where mentoring relationships operate.
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.
This session explores RSP ICAMH/AOD competency framework, giving an understanding of implementing the framework to enhance service delivery and professional development when implementing CAPA. An overview of Foundations in ICAMH training is also provided.
This talk discusses the whakapapa of the Ngātahi workforce development programme for practitioners working with children and families experiencing complex mental health, addictions and social issues, its development and impacts on practitioners and whānau
Foundations in ICAMH course provides foundational learning in infant, child and youth mental health and working with whānau. It aims to upskill workers in screening and brief intervention work with young people with AOD issues.
This presentation provides guidance for workers when partnering with Māori and Pacifika whānau/families.
This presentation and panel discussion focusses on the youth mental health findings from the Youth19 Rangatahi survey. The Youth19 Rangatahi Smart Survey (Youth19) is the latest in the Youth2000 series of health and wellbeing surveys.
This presentation provides people working with youth online with information on exploring and managing safety concerns such as suicidal ideation. Liesje also provides information on valuable resources supporting young people's wellbeing.
This is a narrated PowerPoint presentation providing basic guidance on how to use telehealth systems for working with service users and their families. The presentation includes guidelines, ethics and boundaries, working with children and managing risk.
Understanding disordered eaitng and eating disorders; Thinking about eating - sorting out fact from fiction; Working with family/whānau; Treatment options
This presentation explores drivers of picky eating, Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder, dynamics that maintain restricted eating pattern, barriers to changing patterns and strategies for encouraging children to experience new foods.
This workshop explores the online porn landscape and NZ young people's consumption, behaviours and experiences of porn and the impacts on sexual attitudes, behaviours, health and wellbeing. Also discussed is porn literacy tools and NZ support services.
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.