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Practice Guidelines for Treatment of Complex Trauma and Trauma Informed Care and Service Delivery

Resource | 2019

Building on the 2012 Guidelines, this update includes substantial additions around the nature of complex trauma, dissociation and the related clinical challenges, phased therapy, ‘new’ and emerging treatment approaches and issues relating to `evidence-based’ treatment.

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History of lived experience work in Victoria

Resource | 2019

A brief history of lived experience (peer) work in Victoria, including a timeline of key events in mental health, social justice and lived experience work in Victoria and Australia

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History of lived experience work in Victoria

Resource | 2019

A brief history of lived experience (peer) work in Victoria, including a timeline of key events in mental health, social justice and lived experience work in Victoria and Australia

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Introduction to Lived Experience Roles

Resource | 2019

This resource introduces different lived experience (peer) roles. 

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Introduction to Lived Experience Roles

Resource | 2019

This resource introduces different lived experience (peer) roles. 

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Alcohol and Drug Foundation’s digital library

Resource | 2019

The Alcohol and Drug Foundation’s digital library offers free access to over 1 million resources including reports, e-books, full text journal articles and more.

Search or browse the 4,000+ journals on offer in the e-journals A-Z.

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Chief psychiatrist guidelines

Resource | 2019

The Chief Psychiatrist issues clinical guidelines to provide specialist advice on various aspects of clinical service and to inform mental health practitioners and services about the operation and clinical issues in relation to the Mental Health Act (2014).

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Equally well in Victoria: Physical health framework for specialist mental health services

Resource | 2019

This framework provides information to help mental health services and clinicians. It describes a range of initiatives for organisations and clinicians to work in partnership with consumers and carers to tailor treatment, and discuss physical health in the context of a recovery plan.  

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Supported Decision Making

Resource | 2019

 A brief introduction to what Supported Decision Making means, and how to do it. The information sheet aims to provide a clear overview to help people know what they should expect from services, and to help clinicians know what they should be able to provide.

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Access to Mental Health Services

Resource | 2019

This audit examined how the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) oversees the mental health system and whether it promotes increased accessibility, ultimately determining if people with a mental illness have timely access to appropriate treatment and support services. 

 

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