Deadly Mental Health
Carbal’s MHST is a 6-hour course with the aim of training General Practitioners and health professionals on providing culturally-appropriate mental health care to First Nation patients and clients, with a focus on Interpersonal Therapy and substance misuse.
This training is accredited by GPMHSC with 40 RACGP CPD points and 9 ACRRM points awarded upon completion.
Deadly MHST can be delivered as a face-to-face program or as an online eLearning course.
About the Course:
Deadly MHST consists of:
- One Core module (3 hour duration) including: Overview of Culture, Culturally-Appropriate Care and Communication Skills.
- One Clinical Enhancement module (4 hour duration): Consumer, Carer’s Perspective, Substance Use Parts 1 and 2, Summary of MHST and role-plays.
In accordance with the GPMHSC Mental Health Training Standards 2017-19, Carbal’s Deadly MHST is aimed at providing you with “the specific knowledge, abilities, skills and attitudes required to access, manage and provide ongoing mental healthcare in general practice…through preparing high quality General Practitioner Mental Health Treatment Plans (GPMHTPs)”.
Mental Health in A&TSI Culture
Culturally-Appropriate Care and Communication Skills
Consumer and Carer Perspective
Developing a Mental Health Treatment Plan
Types of Substance Abuse
"I truly appreciated this course and all the participants. Thank you. Oh and Charlie was great.
"This course provided great insight on drug usage, it’s effect on individuals and community.
"A great training day. Lots of new information to work with.
"A whole hearted 'thank you' to Ebony and Wayne for sharing their personal stories who both showed strength for coming back from adversity.
Thank you for the handouts, if I have to take notes, I often miss some of the presentation. Also good to refer to and share with colleagues."
Sign up for Deadly MHST:
Are you interested in booking you or your team into Carbal’s Deadly MHST course?
For all bookings and registration enquiries, please phone Carbal’s Education and Marketing Coordinator on 0436 852 078 during 8:30AM to 4:30PM, Monday to Friday or submit an online enquiry now.