Group Skills Workshop for AOD Workers (2 day workshop)

With an increased focus on providing a range of treatment approaches for AOD clients that include day rehabilitation programs for people facing difficulties with methamphetamines and other drugs, group skills have become a vital AOD worker requirement.

Details

When
Wednesday 20 March 2019 - 9:15am to
Thursday 21 March 2019 - 4:00pm

Where

Turning Point, Eastern Health
Training Room - Level 1
110 Church Street
Richmond, VIC 3121

Cost
Free - there is no cost to attend but registrations are essential.

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Eventbrite - Group Skills Workshop for AOD Workers

Overview

In response to the increase in day group programs across Victoria for people facing difficulties with methamphetamines and other drugs, group skills have now become a vital part of the AOD workers skill set. This workshop has been developed for AOD workers wanting to provide group programs as part of a broader range of treatment responses for their clients.

This experiential two (2) day workshop, funded by the Department of Health and Human Services for those working in the public Alcohol and Drug sector, aims to provide participants with the theoretical knowledge and practical skills that will enable them to plan, manage and evaluate group work relevant to the AOD sector.

Dates: Wednesday 20th March and Thursday 21st March 2019
Full day workshop: 9.15 am – 4.00 pm
Morning Tea & light lunch including a vegetarian selection will be provided each day.

Presenters

Sandra Roeg & Naomi Crafti have extensive educational and clinical experience and will facilitate the workshop.

Sandra has taught AOD skills in the Turning Point Graduate Program, as well as facilitated a range of therapeutic groups for people with AOD problems.

Naomi has developed and facilitated a range of small group programs and taught Group Skills to trainee psychologists for over 15 years.

Further details

Who should attend? DHHS funded AOD Workers Victoria.

Places are limited in these free workshops, so all participants are requested to provide their Manager’s contact details during registration. Managers will be contacted if participants fail to attend training without providing notice.

Morning Tea and Lunch: Morning tea and a light lunch including a vegetarian selection will be provided on each day.

Getting to Turning Point: Trams on Church Street, Bridge Road and Victoria Street; nearest train stations are West and North Richmond; limited all day parking available in the area.

Cancellation policy: If your circumstances change and you no longer can attend this event after you have registered please log into your eventbrite account and cancel your registration.

This is a free workshop but registrations are essential.

Registration enquiries: For registration enquires please email tp@turningpoint.org.au