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Two way approaches to Indigenous mental health training: Brief training in brief interventions
Abstract This study aimed to train health care professionals in a mental health assessment and care plan package designed for Aboriginal clients and carers and to evaluate the training and the… Expand
Building on Success: Helping Students Make Transitions from Year to Year.
- C. Thompson
Aboriginal mental health workers and the improving Indigenous mental health service delivery model in the 'Top End'.
OBJECTIVES This article reviews the changing Aboriginal mental health service delivery model of Top End Mental Health Services, and highlights the importance of Aboriginal mental health workers in… Expand
Reflections on integrating mental health into primary health care services in remote Indigenous communities in Far North Queensland and the Northern Territory
At present, there is a perceived and functional separation of mental health services from the general delivery of primary health care services in remote Indigenous communities in most places in the… Expand
Discourses of Community Contestation: The Fight Over the Atlantic Yards in Brooklyn, New York
- C. Thompson
- 1 November 2011
This study examines community discourses contesting neoliberal urban governance using a case study of opposition to a growth-oriented mega-project. Utilizing the notion of "articulations of… Expand
AIMHI NT ‘Mental Health Story Teller Mob’: Developing stories in mental health
Abstract The Australian Integrated Mental Health Initiative in the Northern Territory is one of a number of sites funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council. The project has been… Expand
Aboriginal Mental Health Workers and the Improving Indigenous Mental Health Service Delivery Model in the ‘Top End’
Conclusion: Aboriginal mental health workers provide essential services as cross-cultural brokers in the setting of Aboriginal mental illness. The improvements in care found in this file audit… Expand
The central role of Aboriginal families in motivational counselling: family support and family 'humbug'
Objective: This mixed methods study aimed to develop and test a brief pictorial motivational intervention for Indigenous people with mental illness, which can be delivered in remote settings. For the… Expand
Motivational care planning - self management in indigenous mental health.
BACKGROUND Detection and treatment of mental illness in indigenous communities is often complicated by cross cultural difference, social complexity and comorbid disorders. OBJECTIVE This article… Expand
Two-way approaches to Indigenous mental health literacy
This study was designed to provide important new information about relapse prevention in Indigenous 1 people with chronic mental illness. It aimed to explore Indigenous mental health promotion… Expand