Clinical supervision can enhance employee confidence and job satisfaction and help retain workers for longer.
JointForces is a collaboration between the Alcohol, Tobacco and other drugs Council Tas Inc. and the Mental Health Council of Tasmania.
A collaboration between the University of Tasmania and the Alcohol, Tobacco and other Drugs Council
The ATDC submission to the Tasmanian Government highlights the essential funding required for the ATOD community sector.
Melbourne & online
The main aim of this 8-week Foundation course is to provide clinicians with a sound understanding of MiCBT principles, theory and practice.
The aim of this introductory workshop is to introduce the integration of mindfulness training with core principles of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
11 short articles from a man experienced in helping successful leaders achieve positive, lasting change
On 6 September 2012, the ATDC hosted Dr Frederick Altice, of Yale School of Medicine for a one hour information session in Hobart.
Download the MS Producer interactive presentation or the MS Media Player version.
Title: Capacity Building and Change Management training session . Date: Wednesday, 5th December, 2012 . Time: 9.30am – 4.30pm . Venue: Robert White Hall, Scots Church, 156 Collins Street, Melbourne CBD . Cost: $70.00 (manual & lunch included) . The Victorian Alcohol and Drug Association (VAADA) is proud to present the training package to accompany…
An online refelective workshop to assist a therapist better respond to people with personality disorders