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pdf IRIS and Brief Intervention Training - Flyer

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ahmrc_wsu_iris_training_flyer.pdf

The Indigenous Risk Impact Screen (IRIS) is a screening tool that assesses cli-ents on two factors, their alcohol and other drug usage and any mental health issues. The screen provides prompt information regarding the client’s social and emotional health as well as possible treatment, referral and intervention or assessment pathways.

pdf Motivational Interviewing - Information Sheet

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ahmrc_wsu_mi_training_information.pdf

Motivational Interviewing is a guiding style that helps that therapist illicit the intrinsic drivers for behaviour change. The emphasis is on the customers own experience of change and finding their own motivating reasons to sustain behavioural change. Motivational Interviewing has been shown to be effective across many disciplines, from drug and alcohol settings, paediatrics to obesity management.

pdf Our Healing Ways - Supervision - A culturally appropriate model

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ahmrc_wsu_2012_healing_ways_supervision_model_booklet.pdf

Our Healing Ways - Supervision - A culturally appropriate model

Our Healing Ways: A Culturally Appropriate Supervision Model for Aboriginal Workers

Culturally appropriate supervision has been identified as a need by Aboriginal workers in Victoria. In 2010 the Social and Emotional Wellbeing (SEWB) state-wide forum facilitated by the VACCHO SEWB Unit held a panel session on supervision. Workers raised many issues during this session that further highlighted the supervision needs of the workforce.

This Model has been developed by the Victorian Dual Diagnosis Initiative: Education and Training Unit as part of the Our Healing Ways project. The project was funded by the Mental Health, Drugs and Regions Division of the Department of Health.

archive SEWB WSU Orientation Package (7 resources: planning community events, writing submission, self care, case notes and more)

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ahmrc_wsu_2014_orientation_package_(op).zip

SEWB WSU Orientation Package (7 resources: planning community events, writing submission, self care, case notes and more)

In 2014, the SEWB WSU developed an Orientation Package for new SEWB/BTH workers in NSW.

The Orientation Package is designed to orient the new worker in their role, understand their responsibilities, find resources of support and realise the rewards their position can provide for themselves, their clients and their communities.

The package includes 7 resources: Planning a community event, writing a submission, self care, case notes, notes for managers+supervisors, resource book for workers, evaluation tools

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