We welcome back Bill Adamson from the Neighbourhood Clinic to talk about their new initiative “Life in the time of Corona”. To find out more head to instagram @life.inthetimeofcovid19 or search Facebook for “Life in the time of Corona a neighbourhood clinic initiative”. We hope you enjoy.
Today Craig and Matt address a question from one of our subscribers. This question is to do with complacency in the work place, particularly when working in private practice. It’s a fascinating conversation and one we are sure you’ll enjoy. Remember to subscribe to our coffee club at www.patreon.com/pracready
Today Craig and Matt talk resilience with Martin Heppell from the Resilience Project. This is an incredibly important conversation for all practitioners new and old. If you have interest in learning more about the Resilience Project head over to their website www.theresilienceproject.com.au If this episode has triggered anything for you around mental health, we recommend lifeline, 13 11 14.
In today’s episode Craig and Matt talk CPD. It’s important to understand your governing bodies CPD requirements and with this in mind today’s episode talks about general things you should look out for and how you may approach goosing what CPD is for you. Remember to subscribe and spread the word. We appreciate the reviews and ongoing support. www.patreon.com/PracReady
Kaye Frankcom is a Clinic and Counselling Psychologist with over 30 years experience is private practice. In today’s discussion we are talking about Pain and some strategies you can implement with your chronic pain patients. For more information about Kaye go to www.kayefrankcom.com. Also check out www.novopsych.com.au for access to the outcome measures Kate suggests.
Today Craig and Matt talk about some strategies for Exercise prescribing. How to get “Buy In” from your patients and tips to aid with compliance. Remember to subscribe through patreon and help the guys keep PracReady going long into the future. www.patreon.com/pracready
Today Craig and Matt discuss some Job Interview tips to help you be interview ready. Remember to show the guys your support by joining their “coffee club” at www.patreon.com/PracReady. For $4 per month you can show your support and help PracReady continue to grow.
In todays episode Craig and Matt talk about time management strategies you can implement in private practice. Appreciate what Matt and Craig do? Please subscribe to their coffee club at www.patreon.com/PracReady to offer your support.
The great man is back! With Tax time fast approaching the OsteoAccountant Michael Brockway is back to talk all things tax. If you love what PracReady offers be sure to help them out by joining their coffee club www.patreon.com/pracready it’s easy to do, so do it now.
Today Craig and Matt talk about professional boundaries, this is an important discussion as you may find yourself in awkward and difficult situations. Having some strategies from day one is very important and something you should be aware of. Remember to subscribe to our coffee club at www.patreon.com/Pracready, every subscription helps PracReady get even better.
In today’s episode Craig and Matt talk about the various differences you see between being a contractor or an employee. This is a general conversation, so if you have any questions be sure to email the lads at email@example.com.
This episode Craig and Matt talk about that difficult topic on when to refer? It can often be difficult for new practitioners to gauge when it is appropriate to refer, this episode is here to assist you.
Dr Bill Adamson joins Craig and Matt to talk through the practical implications of good and bad communication. Communication is critical for all practitioners and a process that is constantly evolving.
Today’s special guest is Dr Bill Adamson (Osteopath) talking about the importance of communication.
Bill is the current president of Osteopathy Australia , a lecturer in communication RMIT University and a part owner of a multi-disciplinary clinic in Melbournes north. He has a fascinating tale on the importance of communication in private practice, it’s a must listen.
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