Training for the Mental Health workforce 

Targeting risk and complexity

Mental health workers face an escalating range of challenges in their work.

Increasingly, they require a diverse range of knowledge and practice skills in areas including: trauma and recovery orientated practices; risk understanding; service system complexity; the role of values; and a range of intersecting clinical and psychosocial needs.

Our Curious Minds provides practical, evidence based training to address these diverse mental health related challenges.

Our focus is to enhance the capacity of workers and their organisations in the delivery of best practice approaches to care.

Our approach recognises that such best practice requires meaningful and respectful collaboration between clients, carers, peer workers, mental health workers, support workers and managers.

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“The training on the day hit more than the mark, with overwhelmingly positive feedback from all the attendees. It was a perfect balance of theoretical knowledge interwoven with practical skills.”

Karen Barnett and Bridget Poole
Practice Development Clinicians, CLEPS, Alfred Mental and Addiction Health

Online Training

We have a range of short courses provided in an ‘on-demand webinar’ format, accessible through your PC, MAC, tablet or smartphone.

Each course includes:

  • Video content comprising a series of ‘screencasts’: spoken content combined with high-quality slideshows, that can be watched and reviewed at the student’s own pace
  • Downloadable handouts of resources, including copies of the slides
  • A short set of Multiple Choice Questions
  • A Certificate of Completion
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Live Training

We offer a range of workshops involving a combination of supportive teaching and interactive group-based activities.

These can be delivered in:

  • live online webinar format
  • face-to-face format
  • hybrid of ‘on-demand webinar’ and ‘live webinar’.
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Consultancy

Brett can provide individual and group consultation, client and systemic assessments and reports in relation to:

  • complex care
  • personality disorder
  • co-morbid mental health presentations
  • risk assessment and planning
  • risk and the recovery approach
  • trauma informed care and practice
  • individual and group supervision
  • reflective practice
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