Wellbeing Resources and Strategies for Responding to Methamphetamine
The Alcohol and Other Drugs Knowledge Centre is hosting a free webinar on Tuesday 30 July with Mr Allan Trifonoff from the National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA). In this webinar, Mr Trifonoff will focus on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander worker wellbeing and resources and strategies for dealing with stressful work-related issues e.g. responding to people using methamphetamine.
The first part of the webinar will showcase NCETA’s extremely popular Feeling deadly, working deadly: Indigenous AOD Worker wellbeing resource kit which provides workers, supervisors and managers with strategies to reduce the risk of stress and burnout and enhance worker wellbeing. Practical examples will be given of what organisations and individual workers can do to support each other. In the second part, information about a new NCETA resource: Methamphetamine use among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people: intervention options for workers.
The webinar will be held at 10:00 am (WA). Please access the webinar here.