SUMMARY At its core healthcare is relational. Attachment is the study of relationships. There are universal strategies of attachment that are activated under stress, that have been categorised as secure and insecure. Medical intervention will likely activate secure or insecure attachment behaviours. This webinar will provide an overview of attachment…
- Teacher Brooke
- 27 Students
In this webinar, Deb Herdman will be discussing the benefits of music in the clinical and non clinical setting including how music can aid patient compliance, reduce anxiety, and improve clinical outcomes for earlier discharge. Join us in this webinar to find out how adding music to your clinical setting…
- Teacher Deb Herdman
- 48 Students
Child-centered play is a powerful tool for building relationships and supporting development and healing. It provides a wonderful bridge of trust between healthcare providers and paediatric patients and their families. Whether participants seek to deepen their work with children, model these skills for caregivers, or learn skills to use at…
- Teacher Deborah Vilas
- 50 Students
When successfully implemented, The Magic Glove incorporates the patients’ focused attention and imagination to change the sensations that are felt while helping the child minimize the highly alert pain sensors.
The Magic Glove can: help patients minimize and manage their level of pain, lessen fear, anxiety and helplessness, minimize suffering and promote healthy coping.
- Teacher Andrea Mangione Standish
- 63 Students
To many adults, a routine wellness visit can seem straightforward, however, for children, it can be incredibly frightening and overstimulating. Parents can also feel this heightened anxiety as their children ask questions about what will occur at the appointment and if they will be receiving a needle. Medical providers…
- Teacher Shani Thornton
- 63 Students
This session includes information about what constitutes play and how play develops sequentially including the way the brain develops and how we can tailor play activities for children in the healthcare setting.
- Teacher Judi Parson
- 67 Students