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Graduate study in addictive behaviours and telehealth

20 October

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The Graduate Certificate of Telehealth and three postgraduate courses in addictive behaviours are delivered in partnership with Turning Point, Australia’s leading addiction treatment, research and education centre, and national provider of telehealth services to the alcohol and other drugs (AOD), gambling and mental health sectors.

All our courses are delivered online and part-time to meet your professional development needs. Whether you are looking to change careers, improve your professional practice, take your services online, or progress to more senior roles in addiction, medicine, mental health, allied health and social or community sectors, we have courses to support your career progression:

Webinar recording


Rita Brien, Alumna

Rita works as a Research and Education Officer at Turning Point and Assistant Lecturer in the Addictive Behaviours program. She has a background in research, education, and project coordination roles across the public health, healthcare, higher education and, more recently, alcohol and other drugs (AOD) sectors. She is also a recent graduate of the Master of Addictive Behaviours, completing the research stream in early 2019.

Dr Naomi Crafti, Course Coordinator, Graduate Certificate of Telehealth and Adjunct Senior Research Fellow, Monash University

Naomi has worked in higher education for nearly 30 years, mainly in the areas of psychology and counselling. She was instrumental to the development of the Addictive Behaviours and Telehealth courses since their inception. Naomi is part of the Workforce Development team at Turning Point and is currently the Addictive Behaviours Chief Examiner and Course Coordinator for the Graduate Certificate of Telehealth. Read more.

Professor Victoria Manning, Head of Research and Workforce Development, Turning Point, Eastern Health and Associate Professor of Addiction Studies, Monash University

Prof Victoria Manning

Victoria is the Head of Research and Workforce Development at Turning Point. She is a chartered psychologist (UK) with a PhD in neurocognition and co-occurring disorders. Over the past two decades she has worked as a clinical researcher in addictions in the UK, Asia and Australia on clinical trials, intervention studies, training and prevalence and treatment outcome studies. Victoria is currently the Course Coordinator and Unit Coordinator for several units within the Addictive Behaviours program. Read more.

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