MHPN 212 Responding to a Treating Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: What Works?
Mental Health Professionals Network | email contactus@mhpn.org.au | telephone 1800 209 031
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Webinar details
Webinar title
Responding to and Treating Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: What Works?
Duration
75 minutes
Predisposing
activity time
allocation
30 minutes (includes reading case study prior to watching or listening to the
recording)
Learning
objectives
> A better unders
tanding of current and emerging evidence-based treatment
options for responding to and treating Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
> Heightened awareness of the challenges, merits and opportunities or
current and emerging evidence-based Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
treatment options
> Increased confidence in responding to Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
presentations
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MHPN 212 Responding to a Treating Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: What Works?
Mental Health Professionals Network | email contactus@mhpn.org.au | telephone 1800 209 031
Reflective exercise
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eflect on each presenter’s response to the case study and answer the following questions:
What did you learn about the disciplines represented on the panel?
List three ways their respective approaches were similar and/or different.
Discuss how these similarities or differences may impact on collaboration.
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rovide your own brief discipline specific response to the case study. Identify to whom, within your current
referral network you might consider referring this particular case.
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MHPN 212 Responding to a Treating Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: What Works?
Mental Health Professionals Network | email contactus@mhpn.org.au | telephone 1800 209 031
List three tips and/or strategies for collaboration discussed by the panel and explore how you might apply
these in your own practice.
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dentify up to two ways you might improve or increase the mix of disciplines and/or clinical expertise to whom
you could make referrals?
List up to three outstanding questions you may still have after the panel discussion and identify the
steps you’ll take to seek the answer(s).
MHPN 212 Responding to a Treating Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: What Works?
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ental Health Professionals Network | email contactus@mhpn.org.au | telephone 1800 209 031
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