Turning Point is able to provide fee for service training in a
range of areas including; Introduction to dealing with Alcohol and Drug
issues (for secondary schools, tertiary institutions, workplaces and
allied health professionals), Assessment, Treatment and Referral for
AOD problems, Young People and AOD issues, Pharmacotherapy, Dual
Diagnosis and Mental Health Assessment and Treatment for AOD
clinicians, Understanding and treating Methamphetamine users and other
topics by negotiation.
In addition to fee for service training, Turning Point is also
delivering a Training Calendar, with workshops scheduled throughout the
year and advertised below. These workshops are available to the AOD
sector, other allied health professionals and/or community groups. The
workshops will run from Turning Point’s training room in Gertrude Street, Fitzroy, Melbourne.
Our training staff have extensive
clinical and training experience.
Please contact Naomi Crafti at firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information about any of Turning Point’s professional
– December 2016
2017 Professional Development Training Calendar will be available at the end of November
Turning Point is offering a range of workshops and seminars across 2016 to
support professional development, contribute to workforce sustainability and
strengthen evidence based practice. The workshops are facilitated by
specialists in their field who have both clinical and training expertise.
training is relevant to those working in the AOD sector, allied health
professionals including nurses, psychologists, social workers, welfare workers,
students and teachers.
Date: Friday 2nd December 2016 Time: 9:30am – 4:00pm
This experiential learning day will provide participants with an overview of sensory modulation as it applies in mental health and dual diagnosis settings. Sensory modulation uses a recovery oriented and trauma informed approach.
Clinical, medical and peer advisory staff with an interest in learning about sensory modulation as a means of self-regulation and enabling participation in daily life and recovery.
DATE: Friday 2nd December 2016
TIME: 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM
COST: $220 (lunch and tea/coffee provided)
REGISTER: Click Here to Register