Fortnightly on Wednesday, 12.00 – 1.00 PM (AEST/AEDT) starting from 6th July 2022.
The Personality Disorder and Complex Trauma ECHO is a program for healthcare professionals who are keen to improve their capacity to work with people with personality disorder and complex trauma. The ultimate purpose of these sessions is to establish a community of practice of healthcare professionals ranging in expertise and who have a common purpose to improve the wellbeing of people with personality disorder and complex trauma.
Facilitated by GV Health, each session begins with a presentation from a Spectrum or an affiliated expert on a specific topic which is then followed by an in-depth case consultation. There are opportunities for attendees to ask questions and provide recommendations on the case study which is presented by one of the attendees.
Using a real-time online format, attendees will be able to:
- Learn new approaches and skills
- Participate in in-depth case consultation
- Receive feedback and recommendations
- Provide expertise to a community of colleagues
- Earn CPD points (self-managed)
- Have fun!
The Personality Disorder and Complex Trauma ECHO curriculum will address a variety of topics pertaining to personality disorder and complex trauma. The topics will range from understanding the causes and symptoms to topics that assist in treatment and recovery.
Who should attend: Any healthcare professional in private or public services in Victoria
Once registered a link to connect will be sent via a calendar invite to your registered email address.
Regular attendance is not required.
General enquires: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (03) 8413 8750