The Brain Toolkit – A chemsex & NPS multimedia programme
Blenheim are collaborating with Professor Opacka-Juffry, Clinical Neuroscience Programme Coordinator at Roehampton University to develop a series of online modules on Novel Psychoactive Substances (NPS). The modules ranging from foundation to advanced level introduces the brain, explores its responses to drugs, examines mechanisms of addiction and delves into current research topics such as epigenetics and neuroplasticity.
The modules can be utilised as stand alone sessions or to complement the new two day training run by Blenheim. The face to face training has been designed to place a greater emphasis on some of the behavioural aspects associated with the use of NPS. In particular the training offers insight into chemsex allowing practitioners to understand both the drivers that perpetuate the cycle, associated risks and the appropriate strategies to counter these.