In this online workshop you will learn about referral pathways to mental health services in the western and north-western area of Melbourne.
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$30.00 AUD Including GST
This workshop will help to develop your understanding of and respond appropriately to challenging behaviours in young people.
In this session, you will learn about how to identify and support young people with mental health problems.
In this session, you will learn about borderline personality disorder, best practice approaches and specialist referral pathways.
This online workshop will describe signs and symptoms of eating disorders and identify how and when to refer children and young people.
This workshop will explore how ASD affects children and young people.
$140.00 AUD Including GST
In this workshop, you will learn some skill-building interventions that can assist young people to manage difficulties with mental health.
In this workshop, schools will consider their preparedness for a critical incident.
In this workshop, you will learn about referral pathways for young people 12–25 years, who are trans or gender questioning.
In this workshop, you will gain an understanding of risk and risk assessment and learn best practice approaches to safety planning.
This workshop will explore factors underlying school refusal and the importance of a therapeutic and educational alliance.
This workshop will provide an understanding of how anxiety affects children and young people.
$0.00 AUD Including GST
In this workshop, you will explore key information related to a whole-of-setting approach to implementing Be You.
This workshop will look at how the diagnosis of depression affects children and young people.
In this workshop, you will learn about young people’s experience of leaving care settings and develop skills to support them.
This online workshop will explore ADHD. It will discuss signs and symptoms of ADHD and where to find assistance.
This online workshop will explore factors underlying school refusal and the importance of a therapeutic and educational alliance.
Within this workshop, you will learn skills in assisting young people to solve problems that they are experiencing.
Within this workshop, you will learn skills in assisting young people to recognise their emotions, and to cope with difficult emotions.
In this online webinar, you will learn about Borderline Personality Disorder, best practice approaches and specialist referral pathways.
This online workshop will help participants understand what psychosis is, signs and symptoms of psychosis and what support can be provided.
In this online workshop, participants will be provided with an understanding of self-harm and suicide.
This online workshop will explore the ways that anxiety might present in children and young people and identify the factors that can contribute to the development of this disorder.
In this online workshop, you will learn more about the rationale for involving families in discussions about young people's mental health.
This online workshop will explore how autism spectrum disorder affects young people.
The Centre for Multicultural Youth will present this online workshop about the difficulties multicultural young people experience when accessing mental health support.
Children and young people can present with a variety of behaviours that cause them challenges and impact various settings and relationships.
Mental health first aid is the help given to someone developing a mental health problem or in a mental health crisis.
This workshop will provide an overview of autism spectrum disorders and how they present in young people.
In this workshop, you will learn about psychosis and its impact on the lives of young people.
In this online workshop, you will learn about referral pathways to mental health services.
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Time to reflect is a five-session professional development series for school-based mental health practitioners working in the north-west and western metropolitan area of Melbourne
If the situation is an emergency please call 000
If you wish to speak to someone immediately who can help call:
Kids Help Line
1800 55 1800
13 11 14
Orygen currently only operate clinical services in the north and north west of Melbourne through our headspace centres.
If you need to access a clinical service and you live in another part of Australia, you can access a range of services through the headspace centres operating around Australia. Visit www.headspace.org.au for more information.
If you are looking for Orygen Youth Health operated by Melbourne Health, please note that this is known as Orygen. You can visit www.oyh.org.au or for referrals call their triage service 1800 888 320.