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SA Low Intensity CBT Interventions

Event Details
Date: Tuesday, 21 April 2020
Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Venue: Dementia Australia building
State: South Australia
CPD hrs: 2.0
Cost:

$ 80 Members
$ 40 Student Members
$ 120 Non Members

Organiser: AASW SA Branch
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The Program

Improving client access to evidence based psychological interventions via phone, internet and face-to-face platforms

People attending this presentation will learn:

  • Understanding what Low Intensity CBT Interventions are (scope, content, evidence, efficacy of interventions for web-based, telephone, face-2-face, guided or un-guided)
  • How LI Interventions “fit” into the existing mental health framework
  • Identify opportunities for social workers in delivery of LI interventions
  • Introduction to guided self-help workbooks for Low Intensity CBT

Presenter

Fiona Glover is a lecturer in the Masters of CBT programs at Flinders University. Throughout her career Fiona has delivered training to adult learners from a diverse range of settings (government, non-government, primary care, community etc. Provided training to GP’s on evidence-based psychological interventions in her role as Mental Health Program Manager for 2 “Divisions of General Practice” and provided training to teachers, community members in rural and remote communities on suicide prevention in her role as SQUARE trainer for General Practice SA. As a lecturer in the Masters of CBT programs at Flinders University she has been providing teaching and training for adult learners who are students of the LICBT course as well as for health professionals more widely throughout Australia on LICBT and Competency Based Clinical Supervision.

Location and date

Tuesday 21 April 2020

6.00pm-8.00pm

Dementia Australia, 27 Conyngham Street, Glenside

Cost

$ 80 Members
$ 40 Student Members
$ 120 Non-members

Light refreshments will be provided.

AASW - Australian Association of Social Workers