Dr Annemaree Bickerton (Child, Adolescent and Family Psychiatrist) and Toni Garretty (Clinical Coordinator) Family and Carer Mental Health Program, Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District presents:
“Staying Connected When Emotions Run High”
An Introductory Workshop for Professionals
Working within Mental Health, Generalist Health, Drug and Alcohol, NGO’s and Government organisations.
COST $55 per person Morning tea & lunch provided
Professionals will receive a certificate recording 6.5hrs for CPD
This workshop will introduce professionals with frameworks and relationship strategies to become a resource to someone (12yrs – 100yrs) who has changeable and overwhelming emotions; who displays impulsive and destructive behaviour or is diagnosed with marked emotion dysregulation (including personality disorder). This is based on the highly successful intervention for families and carers.
Increased understanding of emotion dysregulation
Identify the ‘four carer dances’ and their role in emotion dysregulation
Knowledge of the ‘five key relationship strategies’ in order to become a helpful resource to someone in distress
Understanding relationship triangles – Karpmann’s Model
Introducing the concept of Safety Planning “Like a Fire Drill” to promote safety when distress or risk escalates
Venue: Date and Time:
Port Kembla Golf Club 4 August 2017
Golf Place Primbee 830 registration 900 - 1630
Completed registration and payment forms must be submitted by Tuesday 1 August 2017
An official tax invoice will be sent to you for taxation purposes.
EFT and Credit card payments can be made over the phone by contacting ISLHD Finance on 42755151.
Cheques should be made payable to:
“Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District” and sent with a slip stating the attendees name and noting payment is for attendance at “Staying Connected Workshop 4 AUGUST 2017”.
Mail to: ISLHD Finance Private Mailbag 3 Port Kembla 2505
REGISTRATION: Please complete payment and return completed registration form to Toni Garretty via email: email@example.com
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Illawarra-Shoalhaven Partners in Recovery.
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ISPIR gratefully acknowledges the financial and other support from the Australian Government Department of Health