Motivating Day In and Day Out: The Crossroads Day Hospital is part of the Recovery at its core lunch lecture series. The lectures are on four major themes, and will be held from March 12 to June 11, 2013. The series is presented by the Clinical Activities, Knowledge Transfer and Teaching Directorate (CAKTTD).
The therapeutic work done in a mental health day hospital often goes unnoticed by the public and clinicians. This presentation will identify, for clinicians and partners, the importance of this type of service in the recovery continuum. The role of a day hospital, the motivation of each individual, the ambivalence that patients experience, the capacity for change and resistance within such a framework will be presented. Crossroads users will also be on hand to relate their personal experiences with the 8-week session at this small house by the roadside.
Liette Desjardins, Nurse Clinician
12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Hot lunch is provided
Bowerman Room (B-1127) - Dobell Pavilion
Douglas Mental Health University Institute
Available via visiotraining.
There is no registration fees but seats are limited. Please reserve with:
Tel. : 514-761-6131 ext. 6224
anne-marie.charlebois [at] douglas.mcgill.ca