Adapt your existing skills to work effectively with people who use methamphetamine.
Understand how methamphetamine affects the brain and how to adapt existing treatments and strategies for people who use methamphetamine. You’ll learn the changes to approach that are needed and how to address common co-occurring conditions among people who use methamphetamine.
- Understand the unique effects of methamphetamine and how they impact treatment
- Identify and apply effective responses to improve outcomes for people who use methamphetamine
- Find out how to safely respond to complex behaviours, including heightened threat sensitivity, anxiety and psychosis
Who should attend:
This is a specialist skills workshop suitable for new, experienced and advanced practitioners. This workshop is suitable for workers in low threshold and clinical settings.
Facilitator: Paula Ross
Quotes from previous attendees:
'Awesome information and statistics, role playing, and additional resources provided.'
Online event access details will be provided by the event organiser