Safety and Anger Statement
The content of this training material is about children and families affected by a parent's mental illness, and you may experience a range of emotions, including sadness or discomfort, as you view and hear from some of the children and parents. This can be experienced at a personal level on behalf of children and families in this situation generally, or on behalf of children and families you know. If the content triggers an emotional response that you are unable to deal with, it is important to get support (e.g. from your supervisor or colleagues). We ask that you take care of yourself throughout the training program, and if you need a break, please take one.
The dramatised families in this resource are fictional and the family members are portrayed by actors. However their situation and their circumstances are based on the real experiences of many families living with a parent with a mental illness.
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This site collects and retains personal and demographic information required to register and access the learning material. This information will be used to supply a certificate of completion to users successfully completing assessment. It may also be used to notify you of updates and new learning material produced. These details are stored in a secure server location and will not be used for any other purpose. Outside of this use your personal information will not be disclosed to any other third party without your consent except where a law enforcement agency exercises a warrant enforcing us to do so.
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Whilst the material in this e-learning program has been carefully prepared by the authors, it is not tailored to any particular client or patient's circumstances. It may be used as a guide but it is not a substitute for expert opinion in the making of any decisions in relation to clinical care. It is the intent of the authors to provide evidence-based best practice where this exists. Readers are encouraged to seek information and advice regarding local practices in their own institutions. The authors of the e-learning program do not make any express or implied representation or warranty in relation to the completeness, accuracy, suitability or currency of the information provided. The authors are not liable in contract, tort (including negligence) or otherwise, for any direct, indirect, special or consequential loss or damages in connection with this e-learning program, its use, its contents or any products or services referred to herein.
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The COPMI e-learning resource is funded by the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing under the COAG New Early Intervention Services for Parents, Children and Young People measure.
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