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This site is designed to promote the knowledge and skills of all clinicians working within Mental Health and Addictions

We have a range of on-line resources for you.

*Please note.  Our e-learning resources require the newest version of Adobe Flash Player to be installed on your computer.  Please click here to download if required.

HOPE - Health of Older People E-resource (Mental Health Services for Older People)

This resource is specifically designed for qualified clinicians working in both community and in-patient settings. Nonetheless, we enthusiastically welcome service users and their carers, family and whanau to this site; as we believe that the more knowledgeable we all are, the more we can all participate and collaborate in best practice care.

It identifies both the specific skills (competencies) necessary to work in this expanding clinical area. It also offers an e-learning platform that allows access to peer assessed information that delivers the knowledge required to fulfil each competency.

Auckland Regional Forensic Psychiatry Services – The Mason Approach

(In completion phase) 

The Auckland Regional Forensic Psychiatry Service (ARFPS) has developed The Mason Approach as an on-line resource to guide staff in meeting the needs of people who have a mental illness and/or intellectual disability within the context of criminal offending. It also serves as a resource to help other providers of mental health services across the region better understand the role and function that ARFPS has in the mental health sector. It is anticipated that this resource will help staff members, particularly new staff, understand what the Mason Clinic does and why.