Palliative Care: The Role of the Bowen Therapist
- taught by Helen Perkins BTAA, MAR
Palliative Care: The Role of the Bowen Therapist - Friday, November 1, 2019
Helen Perkins - Peterborough - 1st & 2nd November 2019
9:30 AM to 12:00 AM
The Bowen technique provides wide ranging benefits to those in palliative care. These two training days give an overview of the different aspects that should be considered when working in this sensitive area.
Key elements cover workplace setting and best practice, liaising with staff, relationship with patients, carers and relatives, policies and protocols that may or may not already be established as well as self-development such as communication and counselling skills.
We will explore different stages of the patient’s progress relevant to their personal palliative care programme to identify the most appropriate Bowen treatment plan for their condition. This will include close consultation with patient and any involved parties to ensure procedures and benefits are clearly understood.
The workshop will be highly interactive with opportunity to practice and ask questions. By the end of the day, therapists will be equipped with the knowledge, confidence and insight needed to provide an empathetic approach to ensure best outcome for the patient.
This class is hosted at Thorpe Hall Hospice, PE3 6LW