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    12 Napier Terrace
    PO Box 1377,
    Broome
    Western Australia, 6725

    P: (08) 9194 3200
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    E: admin@kamsc.org.au

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    Date

    17 Jun 2021

    Time

    Two-days | 2 x 4hr sessions
    9:00 am - 1:00 pm

    Cost

    AUD220.00

    Recovery and Recovery Plans – ONLINE

    This two-day online course is suitable for staff working across a variety of services, where working with clients includes helping them create recovery plans.  Participants will learn from this course how to establish and build safe and person-centered relationships that are strengths-focused. Participants will also learn practical strategies to support their clients with their recovery goals.

    Recovery is a key concept in mental health care and participants will be introduced to its origins, as well as its application as both a treatment philosophy and a guide to policy.  Recovery will be positioned in the context of the bio-psychosocial model of understanding mental health.  Participants will learn about the importance of language in recovery-oriented practice, fostering a recovery alliance and will explore how to effectively engage in recovery planning with consumers.

    This course will support participants to:

    • * An understanding of what Recovery is and is not.
    • * An understanding the relevance of recovery principles and the CHIME framework to recovery planning.
    • * Increased confidence in how to use recovery planning to support a person to identify goals that align with SMART principles.
    • * The ability to use recovery planning tools in a collaborative, person-centred way that ensures that individuals are fully involved the recovery planning process

    This fully interactive online training sessions will be facilitated by two of our experienced trainers who have extensive knowledge, skills and experience in the mental health field. The course will be delivered over two, 4 hour sessions, on consecutive days and participants will be supported to meaningfully engage with the course content and the other participants. Participants will be guided through activities to develop the practical application of the positive psychology skills.

    Places are limited to 14 people and pre-reading material will be provided prior to the online session.

    Download course flyer here Recovery and Recovery Plans Online flyer.

    For further information on Course and/or to register click here.

    Training delivered by the Western Australian Association for Mental Health.

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