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Cover image for lecture: Child’s Play: an Intervention to Trauma

Lecture Overview

Stress-related trauma may often lead a child to regress into earlier stages of development. This session explores the use of play as more than just toys, but as an effective intervention tool to consider incorporating into your area of paediatric practice.

Educators

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Michele Meehan Visit

Michele Meehan is a Maternal and Child Health Nurse currently working in her private practice, 'Parenting Matters', and lecturing on child health topics. Prior to this, she worked for 30years at the Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne, as a Clinical Nurse Consultant. Michele holds a Master’s Degree in Health Science - Parent and Infant Mental Health, and wrote her minor thesis on the topic of 'Infant food refusal'. Her qualifications also include midwifery, community health nursing, health education and counselling and psychotherapy.

Reviews

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19 Total Rating(s)
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Hazel Pagano
04 Jun 2019

Very informative and insightful

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Barbara Clare Affleck
27 May 2019

very interesting

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Liz michelini
22 May 2019

Poor quality audio

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Rachel Anne Bowker
12 May 2019

Very interesting and realistic content. Well delivered.

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Caroline Bury
12 May 2019

An interesting discussion in the importance of play therapy. Whilst it’s children’s play it’s not minor but more pivotal to their development and growth and communication.

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Laura Down
12 May 2019

Very clear information

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Bo Feng
09 May 2019

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Sonu merin james
07 May 2019

good