A training and assessment opportunity from ATDC and TasTAFE
- Enhance your understanding of brief interventions
- Assess clients for appropriate brief interventions
- Use brief interventions with clients at all stages of change
- Attain a unit of competence towards the Certificate IV in Alcohol and Other Drugs
Who: Those who work with ATOD clients
Where: Room B2 – 01, Clarence Campus – Bounty St Warrane. Enter via C block and proceed upstairs to B block
Cost: $160 (payable to TasTAFE upon receipt of invoice)
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Morning coffee and a light lunch are included
About the trainer
Anna is a registered Clinical Psychologist with an interest in the areas of addictive behaviours and mental health. Anna currently works as a Senior Psychologist for The Hobart Clinic where she is involved in running inpatient groups and day programs for both addictive behaviours and other areas of mental health. In addition Anna maintains a small private practice. Prior to this she worked for the Alcohol & Drug Service and has also worked in Forensic Mental Health and with gambling support services.
This training is funded by the Skills Fund and covers the skills and knowledge defined in the nationally recognised units of competence CHCCS403C – Provide Brief Interventions.
Those registering will be required to attend the workshop and complete the assessment for this unit.