Presented by Dr. Naomi Crafti

This seminar will explore both the evidence based practice (research) and practice based evidence (clinician/client experience) in support of working with clients ‘In Recovery’.

What does Recovery Based Practice mean and what does it look like? Using case studies based on research and lived experience, this seminar will:

• Compare and contrast definitions of Recovery

• Provide evidence in support of the concept ‘In Recovery’

• Examine what it means to work under a Recovery Based Practice umbrella

This DH funded seminar is aimed at AOD Clinicians who want to explore how Recovery oriented practice differs from standard counselling approaches and what a Recovery orientated agency might offer to clients.

Dr Naomi Crafti is a Senior Education Officer at Turning Point where she coordinates the new Graduate Certificate of Telehealth (Monash University). With a background in Counselling Psychology, Naomi has a particular interest in counselling approaches (that work), client engagement, the client/clinician relationship and Recovery. Naomi helped develop a unit on Recovery in the Master of Addictive Behaviour (Monash University) with her colleague Michael Savic.

Who should attend? Victorian DH funded AOD clinicians, counsellors, support workers and allied health.

Date and time: Tuesday 22nd June 2021,10am to 1pm – a half day workshop
Please arrive at 9:45 for a 10am sharp start
Venue: Turning Point training rooms, Level 1, 110 Church Street, Richmond.
Cost: Free
Register: here

Please note that your registration will not be accepted if your organisation is not DH funded.
Places are limited in these free workshops, if you register and don’t attend, a fee will be invoiced to your organisation
Workshop content enquiries: Dr. Naomi Crafti :