Special offer: We’re halving our fee and adding new resources and workshops! Wellington 4-7 September 2017 Registrations close on Friday 25 August 2017 4 day PeerZone Facilitator training
This years Pre-Cutting Edge Maori Hui will be held on Wednesday 6 September 2017 Te Wharewaka o Poneke Waterfront, Wellington
Asian Family Services pre-conference workshop: Topics include; model and practice of case studies, eCALD cultural competency and working with migrants and networking opportunities.
A national training day for Area Directors and Authorised Officers for the SA(CAT) Act 2017.
The International Gambling Conference 2018 is themed 'Flipping the iceberg on gambling harm, mental health and co-existing issues'. This theme has been chosen to reflect the complexities of gambling harm with the iceberg analogy used to portray how important it is to look at what lies below the surface as well as what is presented on top. Gambling harms rarely occur in isolation. Rather, one of the key features of gambling problems is co-morbidity with a range of other harmful behaviours, environmental or situational factors, or poor mental health, such as alcohol use and depression. This poses challenges both from a clinical and public health perspective and we are hoping this conference theme will facilitate robust discussion on how we define gambling harm.
Alcoholism and drug addiction Disease, treatment and recovery