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The COPMI national initiative has worked hard to provide free online training to workers in a range of health settings, to help them to respond to the needs of children and families living with parental mental illness.
The myriad of information and resources that are available on the COPMI website are complemented by a range of award-winning online training courses that have been developed under the guidance of people who share a lived experience of parental mental illness, and of leading researchers and service providers in the mental health field.
COPMI is keen to increase health professionals' awareness of the following:
Current eLearning courses:
Why train online?
Three new training modules developed by the Centre of Excellence in Peer Support are now available for free download from the website, or via the links below. These training modules are designed as self-directed resources, to facilitate thoughtful and effective development of peer support initiatives. 9
In line with CEPS’ aim to promote knowledge sharing, the modules also feature a range of recommended further reading from local and international peer support programs. You can access these additional materials via the CEPS Research and Resources Directories.
Considerations when Setting Up a Peer Support Group
Considerations when Setting Up a Peer Support Service
Considerations when Operating a Peer Support Service
For additional resources, see www.peersupportvic.org/research-directory and www.peersupportvic.org/resources-directory
About this booklet
The Mental Health Review Board holds hearings to see if a patient should stay on an involuntary treatment order. Under mental health laws, you have to meet five criteria to stay on an order.
This free booklet contains:
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MHA is once again happy to announce our endorsement of the Happiness & Its Causes conference for 2014.
Happiness & Its Causes will be held in May 2014 at the Seymour Centre in Sydney, and brings together Australian and international speakers to discuss the causes of a happy and meaningful life for our ourselves and others.
Find out more at www.happinessanditscauses.com.au
A blogger and mental health carer has written the third part in a series about ECT. You can check it out here - http://www.queenslandmentalhealth.com/maintenance-ect-when-is-enough-enough/
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