What happens after R U OK? This workshop will help you learn the skills needed to respond appropriately to someone experiencing a mental health crisis.

Content

  • An overview of mental health, mental illness and wellbeing
  • What is a crisis?
  • Recognising the signs of mental distress, trauma and stress
  • Basic communication and active listening skills
  • Basic risk assessment
  • Strategies for dealing with people in crisis
  • When and where to refer
  • Self-care and vicarious trauma prevention

Outcomes
Delegates will:

  • Learn how to recognise signs of crisis, respond effectively and make appropriate referrals
  • Develop skills in active listening and gentle questioning
  • Learn the importance of self-care and meaningful boundary setting

Benefits

Participants will be better equipped to support those around them experiencing crisis and emotional distress.

Learn about our speakers

Liana Busoli

Psychotherapist
BigLife

Liana Busoli is an experienced psychotherapist, consultant and trainer with a particular interest in trauma, vicarious trauma, and staff burnout. She has a Master of Counselling (UQ) and is a member of the Australian Counselling Association. Liana’s work is informed by the latest psychological research, neurobiology and best practice trauma work. She has provided training to a wide variety of organisations including government agencies, education providers, community services, health services, not-for-profits, private businesses and more. Liana gives people and organisations the support, tools, and education they need to improve their mental health and wellbeing and live bigger, richer and fuller lives.

Event brought to you by

IPAA SA

Date
22 February & 1 March 2023

Time
9:00 am - 12:30 pm (ACDT)

Inclusions
Digital resources and workbook

Location
Online (interactive webinar)
Over 2x half days

Costs
Personal Member: $180
State Government Member: $225
Corporate Member: $385
Non-Member: $215