2018 NQLD - Introducing the Stepped Care Model - Primary Mental Health Care (Townsville)
|Date:||30 November 2018|
|Time:||7.30am - 8.30am (registrations at 7.15am)|
|CPD hrs:||1 hour|
Members $10.00 Incl GST
Non Members 15.00 Incl GST
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Introducing the Stepped Care Model - Primary Mental Health Care
You are invited to join Michelle Dyck and Alison Fairleigh who will be presenting an overview of the Federal Mental Health reforms and changes to referral pathways in primary mental health care.
· Gain an understanding of system reform in primary mental health care.
· Understand referral pathways including new services.
· Develop confidence to refer to right service, right place, right time.
· Q&A session.
Who should attend?
Anyone with an interest in primary mental health care in the North Queensland region, including but not limited to mental health accredited social workers.
Meet the Presenters
Michelle Dyck is the Service Manager with Neami National—Connect to Wellbeing. Having spent many years studying why people commit crimes and criminal activity, Michelle chose to explore the field of forensic mental health, with a distinct interest in trauma and its relationship to offending behaviour. Michelle then made the move into community mental health with a focus on the impact of positive psychology and resilience. Michelle is experienced in operations, service, project and change management.
Alison Fairleigh is a Senior Program Officer with Northern Queensland Primary Health Network (NQPHN) overseeing numerous mental health and AOD contracts within the Townsville region. Alison comes from a strong background in community mental health and suicide prevention; and is currently the Deputy Chair of the Queensland Alliance for Mental Health – the peak body for the community managed mental health sector in Queensland. Alison sits on numerous advisory communities and steering groups, including representing NQPHN on Townsville City Council’s Inclusive Community Advisory Committee, bringing her passion for collaboration, partnerships and community to the fore.
AASW North Queensland Branch Office TOWNSVILLE
1/19 Tavern Street, Kirwan, 4817
Friday 30 November 2018 from 7.30am to 8.30am
CPD: 1 hour
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