Family Violence & Mental Health

This one-day training workshop is designed for HR professionals who recognise that workplaces have a role to play in supporting employees experiencing mental health and family violence issues. It will equip attendees with an understanding of the knowledge, skills and best practice principles required to better respond to these complex issues.

The first half of the workshop provides HR professionals with theoretical and practical training to understand and recognise mental health issues in the workplace. The second half of the day will equip attendees with a deeper understanding of family violence and the ways in which HR can support employees across their organisation. All attendees will be provided with a Workshop Manual and set of Resources for HR Managers.

This workshop is led by Clinical Psychologist Dr Kayleigh Young.

Event details

We are currently scheduling dates for 2019 and are taking expressions of interest for Melbourne and Sydney workshops.
We also run this as a customised workshop to suit the specific needs of your organisation and employees.
Contact us to register your interest.

 

 

Learning outcomes

Part 1 – Understanding Mental Health in the workplace

Part 2 – Family Violence – a workplace issue

What HR professionals have said about this training:

“An informative session and engaging facilitator.”

“Great trainer – very knowledgeable and passionate.”

“Thanks for making such deep topics enjoyable.”

“Very informative with excellent resources.”

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Dr Kayleigh Young

BASc (Hons), DPsych (Clinical)

This training will be led by Clinical Psychologist and experienced trainer Dr Kayleigh Young.

Kayleigh is a board accredited supervisor with expertise delivering a range of assessment and therapeutic services across clinical, forensic and organisational contexts. She has worked across both the public and private sector with youth and adult clients experiencing a range of presenting issues including depression and anxiety, violent and sexual offending, sexual abuse, workplace bullying and harassment, trauma, substance use, family violence, self-harm and suicide risk, and other mental health issues. Kayleigh has a particular interest in the impacts of trauma and is experienced in the delivery of a range of critical incident support services.

Kayleigh is a skilled trainer and facilitator and has worked extensively in the development and delivery of a range of training programs. In addition to providing training to individuals working in client facing roles, Kayleigh consults with organisations to assist them to develop and build internal capacity through the delivery of training in areas such as responding to family violence, understanding mental health in the workplace and implementing in house peer support programs.

 

 

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