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Mental Health + Improving Patient Outcomes - IN ACTION

In this session, presented by Dr Kirsten Peterson PhD, you will learn:

  • What to do, and what not to do, with regards to Mental Health
  • Techniques for supportive and empathetic communication
  • How to assess and improve patient-practitioner relationships


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Cancellation Policy:

Period of notice: 

7 days notice prior to the event Chiropractic Australia will provide a full refund less a 25% administration fee should you need to cancel your registration

6 days or less, there will be no refund, however, Chiropractic Australia will gladly transfer your booking into another name. 

 

How will refunds be issued?
All refund requests must be made in writing to mandy.bromilow@chiropracticaustralia.org.au Refunds will be returned in the same form as the original method of payment. Please allow up to 30 days for funds to be credited back to accounts.

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National Seminar Series - Part 2 - In Action with Dr Kirsten Peterson PhD


 

Event Program


02:00 PM

- 02:05 PM

Welcome (Part 2, 6 November 2021)

Welcome

Dr Katie de Luca, Research Foundation Board Member, Chiropractic Australia



02:05 PM

- 03:30 PM

Mental Health and Communication (part 1)

The reality is that Australia and the world are in a pandemic-fuelled mental health crisis of epic proportion. It is therefore understandable, and perhaps inevitable, that clients who don’t know where to turn for relief from mental health suffering would see their helpful and caring chiropractor as a safe haven. Chiropractors can feel understandably concerned, unprepared, and uncomfortable when being asked for support in this way.

Dr Kirsten Peterson PhD, Performance Psychologist



03:30 PM

- 03:45 PM

Breakout sessions

In these sessions, participants will role-play; the patient, the clinician and the evaluator.



03:45 PM

- 03:55 PM

Break

Break



03:55 PM

- 04:55 PM

Mental Health and Communication (part 2)

Mental Health and Communication (part 2)

Dr Kirsten Peterson PhD, Performance Psychologist



04:55 PM

- 05:00 PM

Close

Close

Dr. Dale Comrie, President, Chiropractic Australia



  Saturday, 6 November 2021
  02:00 pm - 05:00 pm
  On-Line

CPD 3 hoursThis is a guide only. For qualifiers, please contact AHPRA

Our Presenters


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Dr Kirsten Peterson PhD


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Dr. Dale Comrie


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