A realistic and useful booklet for employers written collaboratively by consumers with significant consultation with people who employ consumers and people with expertise in relevant laws and employment practices. There is a matching resource for employers.
Mad Workplaces: A guide for workplaces about working alongside people with 'mental illness'.Resource | 2014
A realistic and useful booklet for employers written collaboratively by consumers with significant consultation with people who employ consumers and people with expertise in relevant laws and employment practices. There is a matching resource for consumers.
Championing Inclusion: A Guide to creating LGBTI inclusive organisationsResource | 2014
This resource provides a framework for organisations wishing to instigate a LGBTI Champions project across a diverse range of workplaces and groups, including mental health and suicide prevention services and organisations.
Going upstream A framework for promoting the mental health of LGBTI peopleResource | 2014
This document provides a framework that aims to specifically guide the development and implementation of strategies for the promotion of mental health and wellbeing and prevention of mental health problems in LGBTI Australians.
Working therapeutically with LGBTI clients: a practice wisdom resourceResource | 2014
This document is a collection of practice wisdom from the consulting room that compiles the professional experiences of those working with LGBTI people. It may be useful to psychologists, counsellors, psychotherapists, social workers, community workers or youth workers.
Co-production in mental health: A literature reviewResource | 2013
In 2013, Mind (UK) commissioned nef (the new economics foundation) to carry out a review of existing evidence regarding co-production – examining when, why, and how it has been used in mental health and what impact it has had on people’s lives and their recovery.
A national framework for recovery-oriented mental health servicesResource | 2013
The framework describes the practice domains and key capabilities required for the mental health workforce to operate in accordance with the recovery approach. The framework is presented in two companion documents: a guide for practitioners & providers, and a policy and theory document.
The National Practice Standards for the Mental Health WorkforceResource | 2013
These standards outline capabilities that all mental health professionals should achieve in their work. They are intended to complement discipline-specific practice standards or competencies of the professions of nursing, occupational therapy, psychiatry, psychology and social work.
Providing a safe environment for all: Framework for reducing restrictive interventionsResource | 2013
This framework is central to the government's commitment to reduce restriction and provide mental health services that are safe places for all people accessing treatment and care, their support people and those who work with them.
Australian Guidelines for the Treatment of Acute Stress Disorder & Posttraumatic Stress DisorderResource | 2013
These guidelines, developed by Phoenix Australia, provide information about the most effective treatments for PTSD. They are the first national guidelines that provide guidance on the treatment of children and teenagers who experience PTSD.