10 November 2015
2 day Working with Mental Health and Harmful Substances Workshop
Working with Mental Health and Harmful Substances Workshop - Dual Diagnosis
The 2 day Working with Mental Health and Harmful Substances Workshop explores the co-occurring problems of mental illness and substance misuse. However, the term 'dual' is something of a misnomer - the needs of this client group are often highly complex and extend beyond the relatively simplistic scenario implied by the term 'dual diagnosis'. This course uses realistic scenarios to enable participants to look at the reasons why mentally ill clients are so prone to drug and alcohol problems, the potential consequences of dual diagnosis, and current assessment and treatment approaches.
Duration: 2 days
Experience: None required
This course is suitable for all staff currently working within health and social care settings in the United Kingdom.
Number of Trainees: 16 maximum
Course Standard: Certificate of attendance
Equipment Needed: All course materials provided
Candidates will cover:
Definitions of dual diagnosis, harmful substances and co-morbidity.
Possible reasons for substance misuse in those with mental health difficulties
Effects of substance misuse on those with mental health difficulties
By the end of the course Candidates will be able to:
Discuss the relationship between substance misuse and mental health problems
Describe the risk factors associated with these behaviours
Understand the skills that are necessary to effectively work with clients who have a mental disorder and misuse harmful substances
Feedback for this Course:
"The best course I have ever attended."
Support Worker Hightown, Churches and Praetorian Housing Association, Hemel Hempstead
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