ALLIED HEALTH LINK ROUND UP BLOG – JULY 2018
Read on, save for later, share on social – here are some awesome links you, as an awesome allied health professional, need to know about right now…
Shout out to our colleagues working in PSYCHOLOGY this month…
Blogs & Influencers
Check out what these amazing ladies are doing! 8 Online Psychologists to FOLLOW in 2018
Dr Tim Sharp is Australia’s very own ‘Dr Happy’, at the forefront of the positive psychology movement and founder of The Happiness Institute. Fun blogs – loving this one 11 Things To Do Every, Single Day If You Want To Be Happier!
Equipment & Resources
Work in AGED CARE? Online resources for purchase – for Older Adults and Seniors Living with Dementia.
e-Mental Health programs are online mental health treatment and support options for people experiencing mild to moderate depression or anxiety. The programs recommended in this fact sheet have been researched, developed and tested in Australia. Available for download.
Children Of Parents With A Mental Illness
Promoting better outcomes for children and families where a parent experiences mental illness. Check it out here and download free resources.
Need SUPERVISION? Julie is a registered AHPRA psychologist and predominantly practices Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, in particular Acceptance and Commitment Therapy or ACT. She offers one to one or group supervision in her private practice.
Have you checked out these RECENTLY UPDATED Clinical guidelines?
Dementia Assessment & Management Updated JUNE 2018!
Bipolar disorder: assessment and management Updated APRIL 2018!
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: diagnosis and management Updated MARCH 2018!
Who doesn’t love a FACT SHEET?
Brain Injury Australia- Acquired Brain Injury, Alcohol and Other Drugs Fact Sheets available for download
Explore the relationships between what you eat and how you feel, including tips on how to incorporate healthy eating into your life.
Teaching Yoga to the visually impaired can make them more comfortable in their own bodies and how to cope with their disability.
Colors can have real effect on both your mind and body. Find out more about how colors can really affect you!
Researchers report boys on the autism spectrum tend to have lower fractal dimension in the right side of the cerebellum than those without autism. Source: Columbia University
Researchers have identified the exact point at which healthy proteins become toxic in Alzheimer’s disease. The findings could help to detect Alzheimer’s before the disease progresses and develop treatments to stabilize tau proteins. Source: UT Southwestern
Source: International Journal of Psychology (July 2018) Accessed 30/7/18 here
Source: Journal of Clinical Psychology (August 2018) Accessed 30/7/18 here
2 AUG | FATIGUE MANAGEMENT– Presented by: Jo Muirhead – Purple Co
9 AUG | PART 2 | SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL LEARNING | PLAYGROUND SKILLS FOR CHILDREN – ESSENTIAL SOCIAL SKILLS– Presented by: Claire Orange – Best Programs 4 Kids
27 AUG I PART 1: THE IMPORTANCE OF PLAY & USING PLAY BASED ASSESSMENTS– Presented by: Naomi Hill
The Mental Health Services Learning Network annual conference, Hear The Whisper, Not The Roar- Join the 28th The MHS Conference on 28-31 August 2018, held in Adelaide.
The 2018 Annual Conference of the Neurodevelopmental and Behavioural Paediatric Society of Australasia (NBPSA) will be held in Melbourne Australia.
27-30 September 2018- Psychology Advancing into a new age- Early bird ticket starts from 19 April to 13 Aug.
Check out these great links, services and resources and let us know how we can help you!
Until next time, let’s support each other! #alliedhealthprofessionsrule
Director @ Allied Health Support Services