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Anxiety and/or depression affects around 1 in 6 young New Zealanders. This workshop will give you a solid understanding of mental illness in young people based on the latest scientific evidence, presented in a way that is easy to understand. This evidence based, best practice workshop will empower you to help a young person with a mental illness.
Self-harm and suicide are major issues amongst young people. Both issues need to be taken extremely seriously. There are a lot of myths about both topics that prevent a lot of people from getting the help they need. This evidence based, best practice workshop will empower you to help a young person who is self-harming or suicidal.
One of the most difficult parts of working with young people is when they become angry or upset. Many professionals often encounter this behaviour but they don’t know what to do about it.
This Workshop covers:
The brains of young people are mysterious- how do you know what is going on? Have you had that feeling I want to help these young people but they are so exasperating!
If you would like to understand young people and be able to communicate with them better whether you are a teacher, police officer, counsellor, parent, administration worker, social worker or youth worker you need to come to this interactive workshop.
H.E.A.D.S.S. - A Pyschosocial Interview for Adolescents. While a fellow at Los Angeles Children’s Hospital, Dr. Cohen refined a system for organizing the psychosocial history that was developed in 1972 by Dr. Harvey Berman of Seattle. The system has been used successfully around the world, in the adolescent health care field. This method structures questions so as to facilitate communication and to create a sympathetic, confidential, respectful environment where youth may be able to attain adequate health care. The approach is known as the acronym HEADSS.
This workshop will equip you with:
So much stigma is attached to BPD, is that fair? What is the role of Trauma?
Join us at this workshop to learn more about these conditions and how we can help people who suffer from the symptoms whatever the label that is used.
Anxiety is a significant illness that is often minimized and under recognised. Unmanaged or untreated anxiety often leads to truancy and poor academic outcomes in youth.
This workshop is a must for anyone working with young people and will cover:
Are you worried about a young person that never seems to take their eyes off a screen? Is it affecting their social life and school work? Do you know young people who becomes
violent when someone tries to take away their device? This workshop will equip you to:
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