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Mental Health First Aid Two Day Workshop12 CPD Points
Mental health first aid is the help provided to a person who is developing a mental health problem, or who is experiencing a mental health crisis. Like physical first aid, mental health first aid is given until the person receives professional help or until the crisis resolves.
3 Feb 2020 to 4 Sep 2020
Who should attend
Veterinarians / Nurses / Practice Managers / Students / New Graduates
Expore mental health problems such as depression, anxiety, psychosis and substance misuse problems.
Participants will learn practical, evidence-based communication techniques to reach out to those in need.
Ms Michelle Storay
Michelle has over thirty years’ experience as a veterinary nurse with two decades primarily focused on emergency & critical care. Her drive for continued education has seen her attain her Veterinary Nursing Certificate, Diploma of Emergency & Critical Care, Diploma of Management and Leadership and is currently working on her Certificate IV in Life Coaching and Wellbeing to allow her to further support people in her Mental Health First Aid training facilitation.
Michelle is a sort after speaker and has facilitated workshops and lectures both nationally and internationally including Hong Kong, Taiwan and Thailand. Michelle is passionate not only about continuing education and competency-based training, but also about raising mental health awareness in the veterinary industry and giving people the knowledge and skills to identify potential mental health issues and services to support them.
A wonderful initiative. Should be blanketed across all industries. We can not press forward fast enough with this training. It will save lives.
ASHLEY RUTTLE, TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN VETERINARY SURGERY
It was fantastic! The content and delivery were both of a high standard. Essential for all vet practices to be involved. The presenter made it a great experience for all of us.
PATRICIA CLARKE, MANLY ROAD VETERINARY HOSPITAL
The cost to attend this course covers instructor fees, venue hire and catering, training manual and certification.
Take-home resources include a 140-page manual, information sheets and facts sheets will also be provided.
Mental Health First Aid Two Day Workshop
VetPartners Training Centre
North Shore Specialist Hospital
63 Herbert Street
Artarmon 2064 NSW
Start: 9 September 2020, 8:30AM
End: 10 September 2020, 4:30PM
Registration closes on 04 September 2020
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