HOPE Project: Suicide Prevention Feasibility Study Published
December 14, 2018
The research and results of the HOPE feasibility study have been published. This was a suicide prevention intervention designed to support people experiencing financial hardship who presented and A&E departments. I supported the pilot, delivered by Second Step in Bristol. The team delivered brief interventions in the form of Motivational Interviewing alongside financial & debt advice. To read the published paper click here.
Dual Diagnosis: Free Certified eLearning
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Cannabis-Gateway Revisited Special
May 20, 2018
Speaking at Cornwall & Devon PCC Conference on Dual Diagnosis Treatment Systems