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Standard Mental Health First Aid Training
November 29, 2021 @ 9:00 am – November 30, 2021 @ 4:30 pm
The Alice Springs Family Law Pathways Network (ASFLPN) is pleased to provide a 2-day Mental Health First Aid training, for ASFLPN members. The training will be provided by Dr.Greg Bull.
Mental Health First Aid is the help provided to a person who is developing a mental health problem or who is experiencing a mental health crisis. The first aid is given until appropriate professional help is received or the crisis resolves. The Standard Mental Health First Aid training is held over 12 hours and on completion, you will have the option to become an accredited mental health first aider.
This course is based on guidelines developed through the expert consensus of people with lived experience of mental health problems and professionals and is beneficial for anyone who works with distressed clients or clients experiencing mental health issues.
$275 (A light lunch, morning and afternoon tea will be provided).
Limited places are available.
PLEASE NOTE: Two free registrations are available for practitioners travelling from Tennant Creek. If you live in Tennant Creek please contact the FLPN Project Officer prior to registering.
If you have any questions or face difficulties when registering, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the FLPN Project Officer at 08 8950 4100.
About the Speaker
|Greg Bull – Instructor|
Greg was formerly a teacher before training as a Psychologist and has over twenty years’ experience working in various roles in the mental health field. His training experience includes presenting workplace training for beyond blue, workshops on complex trauma for the Australian Childhood Foundation and training about FASD to educators as part of NT Department of Education project. Greg is an endorsed Educational and Developmental Psychologist and has a Doctoral degree in the field of assessment and evaluation. Until recently he was the manager of the counselling programs at Relationships Australia Northern Territory in Alice Springs. He now has an independent counselling practice. He also has a passion for helping people in the community and workplaces to better understand mental health and mental illness with the aim of reducing the stigma associated with these presentations.