Self-Management Education Day for Healthcare Professionals
The Waterloo-Wellington Self Management Program presents a day of learning for health care professionals. We have Dr. Michael Vallis, PhD. R. Psych speaking on Sustained Behaviour Change through the clinician-patient relationship and Megan Mills from the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) sharing a workshop on Empathic Strain.
This day promises to equip you with valuable tools and insights for your practice while nourishing your own well-being.
Don't miss this opportunity to grow, learn, and rejuvenate.
Sustained Behaviour Change-- Dr. Michael Vallis, PhD. R. Psych
- Establishing a change-based relationship that shifts from the typical “teach and tell” approach to one of “collaborate and empower”
- Determine and promote the readiness to change specific behaviors, with a focus on supporting change in those who are not ready
- Behavior modification to support the readiness of the person
- Addressing psychosocial determinants of behavior within scope of practice
Empathic Strain-- Meghan Mills, Canadian Mental Health Association
- The definitions of empathic strain, vicarious trauma, moral distress, moral residue, burnout, and compassion satisfaction, and their impact on well-being, and well as the impact of trauma on the brain.
- Self-care and resilience strategies, including ways to bring self-care and well-being into the workplace.
|March 6, 2024
|ONLINE VIRTUAL CLASSROOM
Please note: Registration is required. Spaces are limited. Participants must attend both sessions in order to receive a certificate of completion.
There will be a $50 no-show fee charged if participants do not call us within 72 hours to cancel their registration.
For more information regarding this workshop, please call 519-947-1000 ext 255 or click here