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Grow Workshop: Preventing Suicide Using The Solution Focused Approach

February 01, 2018 at 2:19 PM

One Day Workshop – Hawke’s Bay / Whanganui / Palmerston North / Tauranga / Hamilton / Auckland
The one-day workshops will focus on the practical side of preventing suicide using this approach. There will be some powerful solution-focused techniques demonstrated, followed by interactive role play by participants.

Who Should Attend

Front-line staff working in social services, health, education and law enforcement: Key Workers, Unit Managers, Mental Health Nurses, Social Workers, Psychologists, Psychiatrists RTLB, Teachers, General Practitioners, Therapists, Emergency Room staff, Telephone Helpline staff, Residential Care Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists, Licensed Practising Counsellors, Police and Probation Officers.

Also, volunteers, and those who have the lived-experience of supporting Whanau who are suicidal, and anyone who wants to learn simple yet effective tools to help those at risk.

Visit the website for details.



Category: Training