Upcoming events

22 Apr

This advanced workshop is designed for mental health practitioners looking to apply a community engagement lens to their work, or those working in...

09 Jul

The aim of the webinar is to understand the difficulties in the assessment of people with intellectual disability and to think about how these can be...

23 Jul

The difficulties in the application of psychological, social and pharmacological interventions to this population will be examined, with a view to...

Other learning opportunities


This free, self-paced learning module introduces key concepts in culturally responsive mental health practice.

The module provides information to...


This free, self-paced learning module supports mental health practitioners to consider cultural aspects of mental health and wellbeing when...


This free, self-paced learning module is designed to promote, support and enhance mental health practitioners' work with interpreters, across a range...

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