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Found 34 results, services for Mental Health
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Active & Healthy Mental Health Recovery Project

Fitness professionals - Want to learn how to assist people experiencing a mental health problem? The Active & Healthy Mental Health Recovery Project is upskilling community based exercise professionals in Mental Health First Aid Training for free.
What’s involved?

Attend a 12 hour course, which. . .

ADAPT Alcohol Drug Acceptance Prevention Therapy

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy has shown great promise in treating both substance abuse and mental health issues. It addresses some of the underlying causes of both problems.

ADAPT is an eleven session (8 weekly then 3 spaced follow ups) closed group therapy program for people who currently have or recently had a mental health diag. . .

Australian College of Community Services Introduction to Counselling Program

This workshops describes the knowledge and skills required to enable workers to support their client to identify and work-through concerns through the implementation of counselling foundation skills.

There is a significant need for community support workers to learn basis counselling skills and approaches to use in drug/alcohol, child an. . .

Be. Well (CALD)

For people with culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds .

The Be. Well program assists people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

Locations: Ashmore
rogram time: six weeks

Contact to register/find out more: CURA Community Services, Kristie Dullat 07 5527 8011

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Better Access to Psychiatrists, Psychologists & General Practitioners through the MBS (Better Access) initiative

The Better Access initiative provides better access to mental health practitioners through Medicare.
The purpose of the Better Access initiative is to improve treatment and management of mental illness within the community.

The Better Access initiative is increasing community acces. . .

CNAP for Young People

The Complex Needs Assessment Panel (CNAP) for Young people (CNAPY) works with children unborn to 18 years with complex needs and their families on the Gold Coast and in Beenleigh. The CNAPY seeks to improve service delivery and assist both government and community to work together in a more integrated and coordinated manner while supporting the par. . .

CNAP Integrated Services

The LLW Complex Needs Assessment Panel Integrated Services (CNAPIS) brings government and community representatives in partnership to provide a coordinated approach when assessing and planning the needs of clients with complex needs, especially with regards to the complexities inherent in dual diagnosis (AOD abuse and Mental Illness).

Complete Health and Community Assistance (CALD) Program

For people with culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds

The Complete Health and Community Assistance (CALD) Program supports people from other countries who are experiencing stress, anxiety and depression with practical and specialised mental health assistance through a holistic group approach. The facilitator . . .

Deafness and Mental Health

It is estimated that one in six Australians experience some degree of hearing loss and estimates of the signing Deaf community range between 6,500 and 15,40

It has been reported that up to 70% of adult Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have hearing problems and deafness, often relating to poorly managed chi. . .

Empowering Families

Empowering families to break down the barriers when communicating with your teenager.

  • Is your Teenager taking a lot of time off school?
  • Do they appear depressed or lacklustre about life or
  • Do they have a problem with angry outbursts or explosive behaviours?
  • Are they disrespectful or verbally abusive to y. . .

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