DescriptionThis foundation workshop provides practitioners with a broad overview of key principles that inform culturally responsive mental health practice, and the role of culture in mental health service delivery. Participants will be encouraged to reflect on their own cultural values, beliefs and models in delivering recovery focused interventions, and explore the relationship between policy, human rights legislation, and the manner in which we provide respectful person-centred care.
This event will cover:
- Practical skills for delivering diversity responsive mental health interventions, including working with interpreters.
- Concepts including: Social determinants of health, cultural humility, cultural safety, diversity and intersectionality.
- The importance of reflective practice in creating culturally safe spaces. Participants will be provided with some reading.
- Key government policies and human rights legislation in relation to culturally responsive practice.
Disciplines: Lived Experience Workforce, Medical, Nursing
Lifespans: Youth, Adult
09:15 to 16:00 Add to calendar
No cost. Morning tea and lunch provided.