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This one-day seminar, presented by Dr Chris Wever, offers the opportunity to examine the basic neurobiology of the brain, discuss broad issues in prescribing medication in young people, and discuss specific clinical conditions that may benefit from medication use.
This course will be valuable to guidance counsellors, social workers, teachers, psychologists and learning support teachers. Students and practitioners in training as well as experienced clinicians are welcome.
O’Shea Centre 19 Lovedale Street Wilston Qld 4051
2018 dates to be confirmed.
2018 fees to be confirmed. See 2017 fees for an indication of costs.
For more information about course content, contact Maria Lyne in the Faculty of Health.
For questions about registration or payments, contact the Office of Continuing Professional Education.
Psychologists and therapists working with young people often work with children and adolescents that are on medication for their psychological issues. As therapists you need to know which young people may benefit from medication as well as psychotherapies for their problems.
This seminar offers the opportunity to examine the basic neurobiology of the brain, discuss broad issues in prescribing medication in young people, and discuss specific clinical conditions that may benefit from medication use. Some of the conditions covered will be ADHD, depression, OCD and anxiety disorders.
Dr Chris Wever is a child, adolescent and family psychiatrist with thirty years of experience in the management of young people with mental health problems. Chris is a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists and completed advanced training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. He founded and directed the Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Program, School Refusal Program and was also the Inpatient Director at Rivendell Child, Adolescent and Family Unit in Sydney prior to commencing private practice.
Chris moved to the Gold Coast in late 2005 to work in private practice at the Mermaid Waters Therapy Clinic and offers specialist psychiatric treatment for children, adolescents and families for the whole range of child and adolescent psychiatric problems. He was appointed Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Bond University 2005-2010. Chris is the author of The Secret Problem, a book for children with obsessive-compulsive disorder, The School Wobblies, a book for children who do not go to school due to anxiety problems and Full of Beans, a book for children with ADHD. He has taught many different groups of professionals and workers in the field of child psychiatry.
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