The ASA and TMG Committee Chair Dr Emily Munday, invite you to attend the Mental Health First Aid Online Training Webinar on Saturday 26 September.
9am – 3pm
2 x 2.5 hour zoom sessions with an hour break
Open to all ASA Trainee Members
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) teaches participants how to assist people who are developing a mental health problem, experiencing a worsening of an existing mental health problem or in a mental health crisis, until appropriate professional help is received or the crisis resolves.
A Mental Health First Aid Course is an ideal way for anaesthesia trainees with an interest in Wellbeing to expand their skill set, learn how to have those difficult conversations and safely provide support.
For Provisional Fellows- this course is also eligible for CPD credits
Courses are delivered by an Accredited Mental Health First Aid Instructor.
Facilitated by Amanda Lambros
Amanda Lambros is one of Australia’s leading experts on relationships, mental health and grief and loss. She has a Masters in Counselling, Masters in Forensic Sexology, PG Diploma of Ethics and a BHSc in Health Sciences. Amanda works as a practicing Clinical Counsellor and an Academic Unit Coordinator and lecturer at the Australian Institute of Applied Psychology and has a long academic career with Curtin University (WA), Griffith University (Qld), National University (Singapore) and Oxford University, UK. Amanda is the Director of the Grief Recovery Institute of Australasia and has consulted for corporate clients for 18 years using mental health and wellbeing knowledge and communication skills to improve growth. She is a contributing author to many books and textbooks including the awarded Evidence Informed Health Practice Handbook for Health Scientists (Wiley). Amanda holds a strong belief that we each have a responsibility to create mental health and safety for each other and for ourselves.
If you would like to register please click on the RSVP button below. You will then be sent an email to register for the course with approximately 5 hours of pre reading .
*There are only x20 spaces available for this course, open to ASA Trainee Members ONLY.Register Now!