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Vocational Education and Training
Schools and Young People
Under Construction: Alcohol and the Teenage Brain
Parenting Strategies - A free online resource to help parents protect their child from alcohol misuse
Cannabis and Consequences
Improving help seeking and peer support for substance use and emotional problems: a cluster randomised controlled trial
Talking to Teens About Seeking Help Parent Workshop
Bonnie Berridge is a program developer and project manager of two health promotion projects for Turning Point Education and Training Services and Clinical Research. She is a registered psychologist and former teacher, currently developing a Victorian school-based program to promote help seeking for problematic substance use and a national parent workshop to educate parents about adolescent help seeking behaviour and their role in facilitating professional help seeking for mental health and substance use problems. She is currently undertaking her PhD exploring adolescent pathways to help seeking for substance use disorders at Monash University.
Bonnie has extensive experience assisting schools to implement state and school-based programs and policies and providing professional development to teachers and school administration staff. In her role as a school psychologist she conducted psychological assessments and interventions for students in years K - 12 in government, Catholic and independent school settings. She also has experience in case management, counselling and advocacy in the AOD and disability sectors.
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Take Note! Case Notes Training Workshop
Friday, 21 September 2012
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