Newsletters

Davaar publishes regular newsletters delivered by email

Davaar Newsletters

Our intention in these regular newsletters is to include and discuss issues of use to healthcare professionals, police, community workers and many others. We usually mention the workshops that we have coming up in the following 3 months, and articles that may be of interest to our readers.

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Read Our Newsletters Online

Listed below are the online versions of our Newsletters with the latest at the top. Many editions include a Puzzle (often with a prize for the first correct answer).  See puzzles and their correct answers here.

Topic – Complex Trauma (online)
Topic – CPDs with Ease (online)

Congratulations to our last puzzler winner: Sally Foster from the HOTT, Royal Brisbane Hospital gave us the first correct answer to our last puzzler and won the prize of free registration for the Nurses for Nurses Network for one year.

Topic – Great Book – The Third Space (online)
Topic – Using Psychodrama (online)
Topic – Farewell to 2012 and welcome to our new website
Topic – Introducing our new Group: Developing Spontaneity in Mental Health: Strengthening the Therapeutic Encounter (online)
Topic – Professional Supervision (online)
Topic – Our Calendar of Workshops for 2012 (online)
Topic – Introducing Webinars with Nurses for Nurses Network (online)
Topic – Beyond the Diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder (online)

Puzzle winner: Congratulations to Paul Smith – Coordinator School Based Youth Heath Nurse Program, Central Regional Services, QLD. Paul wins a $50 voucher to OpenLeaves.com au – Counselling and Therapy Books – West End QLD.

Topic – Education & Training (online)

Puzzle winner: Congratulations to Michelle Tarren – RBH Mental Health. Michelle won registration in a workshop of her choice.

Topic – Our First Newsletter (pdf format)

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