We have a range of webinars, seminars and workshops available.

These can be delivered in an ‘on-demand webinar’ format, as a ‘live, in-person’ format, or as a ‘hybrid’ format (combination of the two).

Our training content is accurate, relevant and practical, utilising the latest evidence base and best practice examples.


Responding to Risk :

Co-creating Safety

This is a comprehensive course that provides an evidence-based, client-centred framework for promoting opportunity and safety when working with service users. It comprises two modules: Shared Understanding and Enhancing Safety.

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How to Stay S.A.F.E.R. with Escalating Clients

Whether anger is a result of psychosis, intoxication, frustration, invalidation, neglect or other drivers, there are easy to apply strategies informed by robust learnings, that are effective when working with angry clients. We will explore research findings related to anger, the escalation cycle and introduce the highly effective, Stay S.A.F.E.R. method.

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Recovering Function Building Hope

Exploring BPD & Complex Trauma

This is a comprehensive program exploring the presenting features, treatment and support needs of BPD and Complex Trauma. We consider their pathways of emergence,  their impact on day to day functioning, the challenges of building effectively, meaningful relationships and the role of mental health and support services in helping to restore functionality and build hope for fulfilling lives.

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Understanding Trauma, Responding to Trauma

Contemporary work in health, well-being and support settings requires workers to be informed about and responsive to trauma. This workshop will support workers to effectively navigate challenges faced when supporting clients who have been impacted by trauma.

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Awareness, Prevention and Response to Vicarious Trauma

Working in environments of complex care needs can expose workers to the cumulative effects of trauma. When warning signs are not recognised and specific self care practices are not in place, impacts such as compassion fatigue, become possible.

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The S.H.A.R.E. ® Approach

Contemporary practice in the psychosocial support sector invariably requires workers to engage in collaboration with a range of stakeholders: clients; co-workers; carers/ support persons; clinical services; criminal justice agencies etc.

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Reflective Practices 

Effective working with risk, trauma and complexity requires reflective awareness and reflective thinking. Otherwise, we may inadvertently contribute to the challenges or problems we are trying to positively impact.

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Critical Incident Support Debriefing

We review the literature on CISD and consider contributing factors that can influence responses to critical incidents and highlight key principles and strategies to address challenging situations and guide practice and response. Case discussions are used to promote learning and application.

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“I found this was the right amount of information for a Virtual platform. The pace was perfect, and graphics worked really well.”

Community Rehabilitation Support Worker

“Excellent workshop, engaging facilitators, knowledgeable and highly relevant.”

Forensic Clinical Specialist

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