Hi my name is Chryne Griffiths (Charlie) and I am the Aboriginal Perinatal and Infant
Social and Emotional Wellbeing Consultant, also NSW President of the Australian
Association of Infant Mental Health and Marte Meo Supervisor/Therapist
Support your mob and the next generation by participating in a national study by USQ, focusing on connection to community and Country of Aboriginal Australians. It is confidential, and you can win a prize draw of $100! Just go to this link:
The South Coast Medical Service Aboriginal Corporation Greater Southern NSW & ACT Region SEWB Workforce Support Unit has developed an AOD DVD resource for new Aboriginal Alcohol & Other Drug Workers and community. This resource has been develop
Hello all you mob! At the Wirrpanda Foundation we are starting our Deadly Sista Girlz Program over in Brisbane. At the moment we have programs based in regional and metro sites in WA, a site in Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra, and it's our first tim
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Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet
Hi WAIHPN mob members,
The Commissioner for Children and Young People
is holding a consultation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children
and young people from across WA.
The aim of the consultation is to give WA
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people a voice on what
is important to them and their hopes for the future, and to publish a report
based on their views.
Expressions of Interest are open for community
agencies to run consultations with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
children and young people throughout WA.
Grants of up to $6,000 will be provided to
successful organisations to support the consultations with children and young
of Interest form is available on the Commissioner’s website and must be submitted by Friday 29 August 2014.
For further information visit the Commissioner’s
website or contact Jackie Craigie email@example.com or phone (08) 6213 2218.
The ARBOR (Active Response Bereavement Outreach) branch of Anglicare WA is now booking free Grieving Aboriginal Way workshops.
Participants will gain:
- a better understanding of Aboriginal people and their way of grieving
- a greater understanding o...
SAFE in Oz is offering a number of workshops titled 'An introduction to working with people with self-destructive behaviours'.
These two day workshop are for professionals, carers, family and friends of people who have self-destructive behaviours in th...
The Perinatal mental health workshop targets Indigenous Health Workers, Child Health Nurses, Allied Health, Midwives and others that work with pregnant women, mothers and their new families.
The workshop consists of two parts:
The knowing part:
This workshop aims to provide training in cultural competency for people who supervise Indigenous Australians.
The learning outcomes include:
- improved understanding of cultural competency and how to achieve focused sustained shifts in core areas
The Australian College of Nursing (ACN) is to hold a workshop on risk assessment, formulation and management in mental health.
The key learning objectives are:
1. awareness of the importance of a comprehensive and communicated risk assessment and do...