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Severe Trauma & Stress Recovery workshops

Research shows that up to 70% of mental health services consumers have some sort of unresolved trauma background to their current mental distress. Unless your staff are equipped and trained to support them to address these challenges, your service will simply not be able to provide effective help for the populations you serve.

The more of our teams who understand and are skilled to address trauma and stress recovery, the greater the potential impact on our community's mental health.

John Henden will be delivering a 2-day workshop in Auckland, and 1-day workshops in Hamilton, Palmerston North and Wellington, specifically on severe trauma and stress recovery, addressing exactly those topics.

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Who should attend?


Telephone crisis line staff, police, fire & rescue staff, ambulance staff, military personnel and veterans, criminal justice professionals and social and youth workers. Also, welfare agencies and their staff, mental health nurses, art therapists, psychotherapists, counsellors, psychiatrists, psychologists and clinicians.

September 2018
Auckland / Hamilton / Palmerston North / Wellington

Auckland - 2 days - Tuesday 11 & Wednesday 12 September 2018 - Naumi Auckland Airport Hotel
$325.00pp + GST
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Hamilton - Friday, 14 September 2018 - The Western Community Centre
$195.00pp + GST
Palmerston North - Monday, 17 September 2018 - Massey University
$195.00pp + GST
Wellington - Wednesday 19 September 2018 - St Andrews on the Terrace Meeting Rooms
$195.00pp + GST

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