Early Planning Reports 101 – For ACC registered sensitive claim providers

Diane Clare

This workshop is for ACC registered sensitive claim providers or those in the process of seeking that registration and who want to know what these reports entail.

It will also be of benefit to those new to delivering ACC funded counselling or those already doing them who need some guidance for ways to complete Early Planning Reports.

Please Note: this is not ACC endorsed or funded- it is a senior clinician’s take based on years of experience with ACC sexual abuse work and related documentation.

 

Content of this one-day webinar:

  • Procedure for doing EPRs and the related legislation informing ACC decisions on such claims.
  • Mapping your journey through the different sections of the EPR template and things to consider.
  • What helps to include in the EPR that can help inform the supported assessment planning.
  • A framework for recording current issues within the EPR.
  • Any risk concerns and your initial safety plan to address these.
  • To help illustrate these items, there will be space to discuss your own casework and challenges arising.

 

The Learning Outcomes:

This will be of particular relevance to those who have clients wishing to go forward for longer term therapy (i.e. towards a Supported Assessment) rather than short-term wellbeing sessions.

  1. A better grasp of how to complete an Early Planning Report step by step.
  2. What to include in the risk part of the report.
  3. Why some knowledge of the effects of the trauma (even though no longer in the EPR) is helpful to provide before the Supported Assessment.
  4. Increased confidence in how to complete the EPR.
  5. An understanding of your role when attending a Supported Assessment with your client (in follow up to the EPR).

 

When: following successful webinars for Early Planning Reports 101 we are seeking expressions of interest so we can begin to collate names and offer new dates.

Where: Online via Zoom

Cost: $255 inc GST. The price stated is per person. If you are sending 5 or more delegates, please email Faye for a discounted rate.

Contact: Faye  [email protected]

> register online

FAQs

Q About Diane

BA, MA (Hons), Dip. Clin. Psych., AFBPS
Memberships: NZCCP, MNZAP, ISSTD
Accredited Practitioner in EMDR and is a member of the EMDRNZ Board.

Diane Clare is a registered clinical psychologist who trained at the University of Canterbury. Diane has worked in mental health and counselling services since 1981, first as a grief counsellor then as a psychotherapist, before becoming registered as a psychologist in 1993. She has worked in leadership and Director level roles across a range of services in both NZ and the UK including primary care, adult mental health, forensic, intellectual disability and tertiary student services.

While in the UK in 2005 she developed the Alternatives to Self-Harm programme and has presented her work internationally since 2012. Diane is a seasoned presenter and provides a range of workshop options with an emphasis on practical solutions for clinical staff. She has a specialist interest in working with people recovering from the effects of complex trauma.

Q Who Should Attend

- ACC registered sensitive claim providers
- Those in the process of seeking that registration
- Those new to delivering ACC funded counselling
- Those already completing ACC ACC registered sensitive claim Early Planning Reports who need some guidance on effectively completing them.

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