Emotional Regulation 101
Emotional regulation therapy is widely used within the field of Occupational therapy, in order to assist both the paediatric and adult population, who have difficulties with such due to their disability. Difficulties with emotional regulation impact a persons independence, social relationships, expression of needs, being understood by others, behaviour and participation in school/home/play. This webinar is aimed to assist OT’s to gain a basic understanding of Emotional Regulation, recognise client with these needs and gain a basic understanding about how to carry out this kind of therapy.
About the Presenter: Hannah Spencer has worked within the field of Occupational therapy for 10 years. Hannah has a background in Psychology, prior to training as an Occupational Therapist. She has worked within a number of clinical sectors including: neurology, rehabilitation, orthopaedics, surgery, workplace injury and paediatrics. Hannah has held a number of roles within the NDIS space from higher management to clinical supervisor. She has also lectured at university and has a passion for clinical education, reflective practise and empowering therapists to find their passion.
The Certificate of Completion for this webinar, which you can use for CPD hours, will be emailed to you at the end of the month.
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