EPPIC Statewide Training

EPPIC Statewide Services provides specific targeted early psychosis training and development support to mental health professionals and emerging early psychosis services in Victoria and around Australia.

Workshops for 2018

Principles and philosophies of first episode psychosis
Tuesday 20 March: Wangaratta

Healthy minds, healthy body
Thursday 26 April: Wangaratta

CBT for psychosis
2 days, Monday 7 and 14 May: Brunswick

Therapeutic groupwork
Tuesday 19 June: Brunswick

Engagement in the acute phase
Wednesday 25 July: Brunswick

Borderline Personality Disorder and Psychosis
Wednesday 5 September: Brunswick

Risk assessment and risk management
Wednesday 17 October: Brunswick

CBT for psychosis
2 days, Thursday 1 and Friday 2 November: Mildura

Professional Development sessions delivered at your workplace

The following early psychosis workshops can be delivered by EPPIC Statewide to your workplace and tailored to suit services in your region.

Sessions can vary in length and format as required. For further information please phone (03) 9342 3744 or e-mail: OYH Training

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Interventions for Psychosis
  • Getting In Early: Working With Ultra High Risk  
  • The Highs & Lows of Mania
  • Get Up & Go – Functional Recovery in Early Psychosis
  • Engaging Young People Experiencing First Episode Psychosis
  • Healthy Minds, Healthy Body: Physical Health in Early Psychosis

A pdf download of our calendar can be found here. To register for one of these workshops please go to the registration page.

Please note: The ESW Services training is FULLY subsidised for Clinicians employed by the Victorian Government Mental Health Service. If you are not a Victorian Government Public Mental Health Clinician, you are welcome to attend training to develop skills for working in the area of First Episode Psychosis. Workshop cost is $220 per full day of training.

Local professional development workshops can also be developed and delivered, tailored to the unique needs of individual mental health services.

For further information please phone (03) 9342 3744 or e-mail: OYH Training