Via ADACA Update list:
Sydney 9th and 10th March 2016 – early bird date approaching
Looking for better responses for methamphetamine users? Get practical skills from Australian leaders in methamphetamine treatment
Attend our special training days for health and welfare workers, AOD specialists and service managers and team leaders and walk away with real skills you can apply immediately to your work! Our workshops are skills based, practical sessions run by Australian leaders in methamphetamine treatment and research who have been working with methamphetamine users for more than 25 years: A/Prof Nicole Lee, Linda Jenner, Paula Ross.
Choose from one of three treatment skills workshops plus a special half day workshop for those working with families of people who use methamphetamine.
Methamphetamine treatment workshops: 9th March 9:30am – 4:30pm (full day; 3 streams)
Workshop 1: Beyond the tip of the iceberg: Responding to methamphetamine use (health and welfare workers)
Workshop 2: Breaking the ice: Tailoring CBT and MI for methamphetmaine users (AOD specialists)
Workshop 3: On thin ice: Creating a methamphetmaine-responsive service (service managers and team leaders)
Early bird $299 (book by 1st Feb 2016) | Standard rate $450 (book by 1st Feb 2016)
Working with families workshop: 10th March 9am – 12.30pm (half day)
Workshop 4: Cracks in the ice: Essential skills for working with families of people who use methamphetamine (anyone working or wanting to work with families)
Early bird $199 (book by 1st Feb 2016) | Standard Rate $299 (book by 1st Feb 2016)
Special early-bird combined workshop discount rate $166***
*** Attend one of the ice treatment workshops and receive a special 15% off the Working with Families Workshop rate (combined price $465 instead of $498)
Further info: www.leejenn.com.au/new-ice-training
Your workshop facilitators
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR NICOLE LEE is a practicing psychologist with 25 years experience in AOD and mental health treatment, research and training. She is one of Australia’s leading experts in methamphetamine treatment. She established the Access Point Stimulant Treatment Centre in Melbourne and developed Australia’s gold standard psychological CBT and MI therapy for methamphetamine use. Nicole is Adjunct Associate Professor at NDRI and National President of the Australian Association for Cognitive and Behaviour Therapy.
LINDA JENNER is a registered nurse with 36 years experience in clinical practice, research and training in AOD and mental health. She was the AOD sectors first CNC for Dual Diagnosis and has produced numerous clinical guidelines on methamphetamine for AOD and frontline workers. She has written numerous guidelines for specialist and frontline workers guiding responses to methamphetamine use.
PAULA ROSS is a practicing psychologist and holds a master’s degree in Counselling Psychology. She has worked in the drug and alcohol field for over 20 years and is highly regarded for her extensive experience in working with families. She has conducted research into AOD clinicians’ experience of working with families, is on the Advisory Committee of Family Drug Help at SHARC, and maintains a private practice working with individuals, couples and families with drug and alcohol and other issues.