Sign In

Deepening the Skill-set for Return to Work: Psychosocial Intervention Made Practical

April 7, 2013 - 2:00pm PST, 5:00pm EST
Recorded in April, 2013

 

This webinar walks participants through some practical psychological intervention stratigies as well as how to introduce and support people transtioning from acute to chronic pain in the context of return to work. 

During this webinar, attendees will learn:

  • At least two practical psychological “grounding” strategies for both the professional and client.
  • A basic introduction to motivational interviewing as a framework to guide your practice. 
  •  A clear way of introducing and reinforcing the complex transition from acute to chronic pain in the context of return to work.

 

Matt Graham, PhD

Matt is a Registered Psychologist and Team Psychologist at OrionHealth.  He has been with OrionHealth Rehabilitation and Assessment Centers since March 2008. After graduation from UBC’s Counselling Psychology PhD Program, Matt continued his involvement in research by initiating and helping to conceptualize a joint research project with the University of Calgary. This Critical Incidents study with chronic pain clients was conceptualized with a goal of having it include client voices in program development. Matt has also developed and implemented a Multicultural Competency development program for the OrionHealth Surrey Clinic.

 

Partially Funded by

 



Back

Last Modified: 3/28/2017 11:58 AM