What is this webinar about?
Feeling constrained by the industry? Rehabilitation Counselling modalities, theoretical concepts, practical experiences and individual continuous improvement is often informed strictly by the industry Rehabilitation Counsellors work in. However, it is important to remember the origins of our profession, and to keep those principles front and centre in your practice, in the interests of your client.
This webinar will explore how therapeutic approaches inform the purpose and intent of rehabilitation case management and the manner in which Rehabilitation Counsellors reflect on person centred care, and their own professional values.
The session will provide you with an energised approach to best practice and encourage reflection to identify and overcome unconscious bias in Rehabilitation Counselling practice.
Who is this webinar designed for?
Early Career Practitioners: to provide the knowledge and confidence to actively demonstrate the parameters of Rehabilitation Counselling within the workplace, with the aim to position and strengthen your role in client case management and care.
Mid-Career Practitioners: to build on current knowledge and be provided a refresh of the core competencies of Rehabilitation Counselling, with the aim to identify and reinforce existing skills to rediscover purpose and meaning within your role.
Dominic Manca - Rehabilitation Counsellor, Psychological Health and Safety Consultant
Dominic has over ten years’ experience applying training across the areas of: clinical counselling; vocational rehabilitation; medico-legal consulting; enterprise/ insurable risk; work health and safety, injury management and return to work.
Currently, Dominic is the Managing Director of a boutique workplace rehabilitation and medico-legal firm, Changing Ways Consulting.
He is passionate about vocational rehabilitation programs that focus on the human connection and facilitate work conditioning in social settings. It is for this reason that he has been a member of the Craig’s Table NSW board, since January 2019 with recent past employment in Queensland government regulatory and policy roles.
Dominic has been an ASORC member intermittently since 2009, was recently elected to the ASORC Board in 2019 and was appointed National Vice President in 2021.
ASORC CPD points
1 CPD point (1 hour presentation)