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Mental health, self-care and burnout - strategies and conversations to help you and your workers

Whilst we know that burnout is multi-factorial and cannot be addressed simply by individual efforts and well-being programs, self-care does provide protection from occupational hazards.

It is also an ethical responsibility.

The Physiotherapy Practice Thresholds in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand (2024), describe the ability to 'recognise the need for , and implement, appropriate strategies to manage (their) physical and mental health and resilience' , as a professional and ethical competency.

This webinar presents an overview of well-being and mental health in the workplace and discusses strategies of recognition, prevention and intervention , including the tool of honest and compassionate conversations.

This is a live webinar. Login instructions including link details will be sent to registrants the day before the event. If login instructions are not received (please check your inbox as well as junk/spam folders) by close of business the day before the lecture, please contact us on lizzie.vilmanis@australian.physio

  • VIC, TAS, NSW, ACT, QLD – 7.30pm AEST
  • SA, NT – 7.00pm
  • WA – 5.30pm

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Presenters

Ellen Lake


Ellen graduated from University of Qld with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy Hons and has worked extensively in clinical practice, adult in-patient care, home based care with older adults and gym-based exercise therapy with older adults and veterans. She currently works in clinical practice with a mental health orientation, is Chair of the National APA Mental Health Committee and is a part-time Team Member with Active Rehabilitation Physiotherapy. Ellen completed a Masters of Cognitive behaviour Therapy last year from Flinders University, Adelaide , and is also a registered Counsellor and Psychotherapist.

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Lecture
02
Tuesday
02 July
07:30PM - 08:30PM AEST

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Price:
Non-Member: $50.00
APA Member: $30.00
Occupational Health group: $0.00
Mental Health group: $0.00
Musculoskeletal group: $0.00
Business group: $0.00
Students: $0.00
Registration closing date:
01 Jul 2024
Event status:
Closed
CPD hours:
1.00
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Price:
50.00: $Non-Member
30.00: $APA Member
0.00: $Occupational Health group
0.00: $Mental Health group
0.00: $Musculoskeletal group
0.00: $Business group
0.00: $Students
Registration closing date:
01 Jul 2024
Event status:
Closed
CPD hours:
1.00
Your registration status:
Presenters

Ellen Lake


Ellen graduated from University of Qld with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy Hons and has worked extensively in clinical practice, adult in-patient care, home based care with older adults and gym-based exercise therapy with older adults and veterans. She currently works in clinical practice with a mental health orientation, is Chair of the National APA Mental Health Committee and is a part-time Team Member with Active Rehabilitation Physiotherapy. Ellen completed a Masters of Cognitive behaviour Therapy last year from Flinders University, Adelaide , and is also a registered Counsellor and Psychotherapist.


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