Workshop: Foundations of culturally responsive practice (Fitzroy)
Time: Registrations from 9:15am, workshop begins at 9:30am and concludes at 4:00pm.
- Practical skills for delivering diversity responsive mental health interventions, including working with interpreters, approaches to assessment and recovery, community engagement and service development.
- Concepts including: Social determinants of health, cultural humility, cultural safety, diversity and intersectionality.
- Key government policies and human rights legislation in relation to culturally responsive practice.
- The importance of reflective practice in creating culturally safe spaces.
Participants will be provided with some reading material to consider prior to attending the workshop.
Suitable for practitioners working in publicly funded mental health programs across Victoria, including staff in clinical (Area Mental Health Services) and community mental health services, as well as people working within mental health programs in community health and welfare services.
NB: This workshop replaces what was previously known as Cultural responsiveness: Introduction to principles and practices.
Registrations essential - see booking link below.