Masterton – Friday 4 September 2020
So you collect all of the information, now what?
This workshop is for those that have learned about the engagement and assessment tool known as Heeadsss, and now want to acquire some skills to use the information gained to form a plan and assist young people to overcome barriers and fulfill their goals. Interventions for depression, anxiety, motivational interviewing, and addictions will be proposed and you will be given the opportunity to practice these skills.
Presented by Dr. Sue Bagshaw and Maria Mckenzie and supported by a Collaborative Trust Youth Tutor.
Time: 9.30am – 2.30pm
Date: Friday 4th September, 2020
Venue: CCW Building, 2a/12 Bannister Street, Masterton (Above Hannah’s Shoes)
Cost: $120 + GST per person
For more information or to register visit: www.collaborative.org.nz/whatson