Real Talk - Carers NT & Safe In Oz Workshop 17 -18th May 2018

Real Talk - Carers NT & Safe In Oz Workshop 17 -18th May 2018

Real Talk - A Guide for Carers of People with Self Destructive Behaviours

SAFE in Oz in partnership with Carers NT will be presenting a two day workshop in May.  The program "Real Talk" is a program of hope and support for carers, families and friends.

This program is extremely effective as a support program for carers, family and friends whilst the Consumer Program is running and throughout the recovery process. The overall aim is that individuals who attend this workshop, continue to be a support group for each other and open it to the wider community.

Day One – How It Begins

  • What is a self-destructive behaviour?
  • What are the risk factors?
  • Why keep doing it?
  • What are the triggers?

Day Two – Understanding The Act

  • What is the response to a trigger?
  • What is in their head space?
  • Hope, help, support and time!
  • How can I help?

View the course outline here or download a copy of the course flyer .

Workshop Details

Day 1:  Thursday 17th May 2018 - 9:00 am for start to 4.30pm 

Day 2:  Friday 18th May 2018 - 9:00 am sharp to 4.30pm

Venue:  Carers NT, 59 Bayview Blvd, Bayview

All refreshments and lunch for the 2 days will be provided by Carers NT.

How to register: Registration and Payment on Eventbrite   

Cost:  Carers who are registered with Carers NT will pay a significantly subsidised rate of $50 per person (normally $440 per person).  

Respite for Carers may be available on request.  

Carers from outside of Darwin can contact the Mental Health Program to enquire about travel and accommodation costs.

Contact: Mental Health Program, 1800 242 636, [email protected].  

Major sponsors

  • Halikos Group
  • Southern Cross Television
  • NT Work Safe - Gold Sponsors - Golf Day
  • Arthur J Gallagher

Acknowledgement

Carers NT acknowledges the traditional owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures, and to elders both past and present.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are warned that Carers NT website and publications may contain images and references to deceased persons

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