Description

This workshop covers the philosophy, evidence base and rationale for early intervention and introduces the core skills and interventions necessary to intervene and provide care to young people experiencing a first episode psychosis (FEP).

This event will cover:

  • the evidence base behind early intervention for psychosis
  • the importance of engagement with young people and families in the assessment and treatment of FEP
  • strategies for effective provision of psycho-education
  • the importance of using a formulation based approach to inform therapeutic interventions
  • the exploration and working with young people’s individual explanatory models
  • identification and management of therapeutic ruptures.

Trainers

  • Orygen specialist clinical program

Eligibility criteria

Victorian public mental health workers
Non Victorian mental health workers
Private mental health practitioners

Categories: Younger persons mental health
Disciplines: Allied Health, Lived Experience Workforce, Medical, Nursing
Levels: Introductory
Lifespans: Youth

Monday 16 May 2022
09:30 to 16:30
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Via zoom

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$50

Clinicians in private practice, or who are not Victorian public mental health professionals will be charged $220.00 per day of training.

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Provided by Orygen Clinical Training
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