Referrer education: Psychosocial adjustment to living with long-term conditions - workshop for clinical practitioners
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Who is this event for? The workshop is aimed at clinical practitioners working with people with long-term conditions.
To create impact by introducing practitioners to a model of psychological adjustment with potential for direct clinical application.
What is the content?
The workshop offers an introduction to clinical application of the Integrative Model of Adjustment to Chronic Conditions (IMACC) (Hammond & Hirst-Winthrop, 2018). This is an innovative process model of adjustment, which is particularly useful for identification and treatment of barriers to adjustment.
Who is providing this event?
These workshops form part of work towards an impact case study entitled “Improving function and well-being of people with long-term health conditions”. This is based on a body of research by Dr Lis D. Hammond and Dr Stephanie Kılınç, both Senior Lecturers and health psychology researchers at Teesside University. Dr Hammond is also a Counselling Psychologist with clinical experience in brain injury rehabilitation and pain management.
18:00 Hot food & refreshments served
18:30 Prompt start
20:00 approx finish time
Places are limited and so must be booked in advance.
To book contact GP Liaison Manager, Jane Wilson on 07970 447900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Haxby Road, York, YO31 8TA