Adverse Childhood Events Workshop – Tuesday 23 February 2021
This workshop will provide practical information to identify and support clients who have mental health issues with physical consequences that can be helped with nutrition and environmental changes. Students are welcome.
The Adverse Childhood Events Study has confirmed the lifelong effects of early trauma on the health of individuals. Treatment requires both multi-disciplinary and multi-skilled approaches to provide best outcomes for clients. It is important for professionals to be aware of all the factors affecting a client when someone engages with the health system for one issue, particularly as those with childhood trauma often only seek assistance when health concerns can no longer be ignored.
Facilitator: Dianne Rickman, Womens Health & Family Services
Dianne has a background in nursing and over thirty years of experience as a psychologist using the bio-psycho-social model of health care. She has a special interest, and has had extensive training, in the nutritional and environmental influences on mental health issues.
Date: Tuesday 23 February 2021
Time: 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Location: 227 Newcastle street, Northbridge
Cost: $50 full, $40 members, $35 students
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