The content below can be used for CPD purposes. Ensure that you refer to the How you can earn CPD points table for information on how many points can be claimed for each activity.

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Please note that a listing on this page does not constitute a dapaanz endorsement.

External training opportunities

The following training opportunities are offered by organisations who have either provided a discount to dapaanz members, or have paid to advertise training with dapaanz.

The Grief Centre provides training to care professionals who support people through any form of significant loss and grief. Dapaanz members can claim 10% off Grief Centre training using the code DAPAANZ22.

Dr Leah Giarratano offers several highly practical, evidence-based workshops that will underpin your clinical practice with both adult and adolescent trauma clients. Click the image above to access Dr Giarrantano’s website, or here for a flyer outlining training opportunities in 2024.

External video content

Partnering with Māori whānau, engaging with Pasifika families (1hr 13 mins)

Presenters: Stacey Porter, Maliaga Erick

Provided by: Whāraurau

He Ara Waiora series: Biculturalism – a clinical and cultural approach to wellness? (102 mins)

Presenters: Andre McLachlan, Selina Elkington

Provided by: New Zealand Drug Foundation

Trauma-informed practice (52 mins)

Presenter: Debbie Watkin

Provided by: Whāraurau

Beyond Words: Painting a Picture of the Efficacy of Art Therapy (50 mins)

Presenter: Duke Albada

Provided by: Insight Queensland

From Clinician to Leader (47 mins)

Presenters: Shannon Bell, Beth Locke

Provided by: Turning Point

New toolkits for trauma-informed care & sensory approaches (59 mins 30)

Presenter: Michelle Taylor

Provided by: Insight Queensland

Families and gambling: Helping parents and improving outcomes for children (1hr 09)

Presenters: Monya Murch, Rebecca Jenkinson and Christine

Provided by: Australian Institute of Family Studies

Extended-release pharmacotherapies for Substance Use Disorders in incarcerated populations: A Systematic Review (1hr)

Presenter: Dr Amelia Woods

Provided by: National Drug & Alcohol Research Centre

External audio content

The Wire radio interview: New research finds ways to target gambling harm (4 mins)

Provided by: The Wire

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