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Reducing the Mental Health Impact of Indigenous Incarceration on People, Communities and Services [webinar]

 

Overview

The National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO) is inviting all health workers to be part of this free webinar. Developed by NACCHO and produced by the Mental Health Professionals Network, the webinar is a question and answer format, with a panel of experts, who will explore the key issues and impact that incarceration has on individuals, families and communities.

The panel will discuss strategies to enhance cultural awareness and develop responsive services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities affected by incarceration. Strategies to increase self-esteem and enhance emotional, physical and spiritual wellbeing of individuals will also be explored.

The panel members include:

The webinar will be held at:

Please note that registration for this webinar is essential. Registrations close Tuesday 12th September 2017.

Contacts

Mental Health Professionals Network
Ph: 1800 209 031
Email: webinars@mhpn.org.au

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Last updated: 31 August 2017
 
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