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WSPD

  • $59.00

    SRAA hosted an amazing 8 webinars to recognise the contribution of the mental health workforce in suicide prevention for World Suicide Prevention Day 2020.

    Hear from some of the most amazing Australian clinicians and researchers, across a range of topics, exploring the theme of ‘collaborative care’ in suicide prevention.

  • $19.00

    Carmen Betterridge will reflect on strategies to support collaborative engagement between treatment providers, where clients dignity of risk and capacity for self determination are supported. Factors underpinning non-collaborative clinicians behaviour will be described, and the impact that this can have on therapeutic engagement.

  • $19.00

    Tegan Cotterill, will explore some of the key aspects to implementing systems into your practice that facilitate effective collaborative care approaches, between clients, treatment providers and other nominated people. She will also offer her insights and top tips on how to ensure you are excelling in your approach to supporting people who may be suicidal.

  • $19.00

    Chanel Nesci, Organisational Psychologist based in South Australia, will explore some of the concerns and challenges faced by workplaces in implementing suicide prevention initiatives. She will highlight some of the amazing opportunities for workplaces to engage collaboratively with their employees and other key stakeholders, to make real advances in this area.

  • $19.00

    Dean Southgate, Lived Experience Consultant and AOD worker will reflect on his experience in seeking support when he was in a place of emotional pain and crisis. Dean will share his reflections on the importance of collaborative approaches to client engagement and how to set expectations that meet people where they are at.

  • $19.00

    Dr Katie McGill, will explore the role of connectedness in building connections to life and hope, where someone may be experiencing suicidality . She will reflect on the Interpersonal Theory of Suicide as a principle underpinning connectedness.

  • $19.00

    Carmen Betterridge will discuss the inherent demands of working in the area of suicide prevention, reflecting on clinical and non-clinical workforce pressures. Carmen will reflect on five domains that reflect challenges impacting the suicide prevention workforce and the importance of promoting ‘self-care’.

  • $19.00

    Terrena Betterridge, Clinical Nurse Specialist in Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD), will explore the importance of collaborative care practices and some of the strengths, weaknesses, threats and opportunities in our sector.  She will reflect on the SRAA framework for client centred collaborative care.

  • $19.00

    Dr Kaine Grigg, our esteemed WA consultant, will explore what it means to deliver ‘evidence-based’, and ’evidence-informed’ suicide prevention interventions. In addition, the role of collaborative intervention approaches underpinning all therapeutic encounters.  We will identify which ‘direct’ suicide therapies are preferred and why.

    You also have access to reading notes and workbook that accompanies this presentation

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