Saturday 16 Feb 2013
10 am - 12 noon
Venue: D'Home Mental Health Association
11A-6-5 NB Place, Jalan Gottlieb
Topic: Understanding psychotherapy and it's importance in recovery
• What is psychotherapy?
• Who needs psychotherapy?
• The Neuroscience of psychotherapy in adults
• The Neuroscience of psychotherapy in children
• Myths of psychotherapy
• Picking the right therapist
• What if therapy is not working
Speaker : Mr Lemuel Tan (Assoc. MAPS)
Community Mental Health Clinician
Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service
Lemuel is an Australian trained psychologist working with Wheatbelt Mental Health Service (Western Australia) as a Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) clinician. He has experience working with children, adults and families in both city and country settings in Australia including at risk aboriginal families. Lemuel currently works as the sole CAMHS clinician covering about 30,000 square km, dealing with children and their families who struggle with psychosis, depression & anxiety, self-harm & suicide, eating disorders, attachment difficulties and developmental difficulties (PDD, ADHD and FASD). He was the Project Advisor and Psychometric Assessment Coordinator for the research - Impact of Cultural Differences in Occupational Health and Safety in Australian Workforce. He is currently spearheading a regional project to provide training and support regarding complex childhood mental health cases to fresh Allied Health graduates working in the country. He regularly provides mental health seminars for Australian medical students and training for Allied Health Professionals in the Wheatbelt.
Organised by D'Home Mental Health Association
Kindly register with Ms. Kavita at 04-227 8082 or Ms Irene at 012-507 2172.
Limited places only - book your place early to avoid disappointment.