Resources – Webinars

Welcome to the PRC Webinars page. Here you will find information on our upcoming webinars and links to recorded presentations. Our Webinars provide valuable information and accreditation for continuing education credits. Register today for one or many of our upcoming webinars. Below you will find a library of previously recorded presentations that you can view On-Demand.

Upcoming Webinars

Women and Chronic Pain

Join us for our presentation about “Women and Chronic Pain”

Wednesday May 15th, 2024

Noon-1pm

Speakers: Laura Payne, Ph. D

 

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Why Some Pain Patients Do Not Improve What You Can Do to Help Them

Join us for our presentation about “Women and Chronic Pain”

Wednesday June 5th, 2024

Noon-1pm

Speaker: Greg Smith, Ph. D

 

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Motivational Interviewing: Techniques Review and Demonstration II

Join us for our presentation about “Motivational Interviewing:
Techniques Review and Demonstration”

Wednesday June 12th, 2024

Noon-1pm

Speakers: Michael Harris, Ph. D. and friends

 

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Recorded Webinars

Motivational Interviewing: Techniques Review & Demonstration 1

Join us for our presentation about “Motivational Interviewing: Techniques Review & Demonstration 1”

Speakers: Michael Harris, Ph. D and Friends

 

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More Resources for your Tool Bag! Helping your Client Return-to-Work

Join us for our presentation about “More Resources for your Tool Bag! Helping your Client Return-to-Work”

Speakers: Catherine Spak and Tiana Torres

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Understanding When Your Client May Need Neuropsychology

Join us for our presentation about Understanding when your client may need Neuropsychology

Speaker: Jessica Piller, PhD

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How to Help Patients Entering a Multidisciplinary Chronic Pain Program

Join us for our presentation about How to Help Patients Entering a Multidisciplinary Chronic Pain Program

Speakers:

Adriana Marti, Psy.D.

Justin Helenius, CDMS

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Neurodiversity in the Vocational Process

Join us for our webinar presentation on Neurodiversity in the Vocational Process. A discussion on the circumstances that are effecting Neurodivergent individuals and how to help overcome them.

Katie McMurray, CDMS, M.Ed.

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Post-Concussion Syndrome

 Follow the link below to our recent presentation about Post-Concussion Syndrome. Our speakers cover a wide range of information about the issues that can arise after a concussion.

Niriksha Malladi, MD
Leah Shepard, SLP

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Motivational Interviewing: Asking the Worker the Right RTW Questions Part 2: Application

Presented by: Dr. Michael Harris, PhD

Part Two of PRC’s Patient Engagement Using Motivational Interviewing webinar presentation with Michael Harris, PhD.

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Motivational Interviewing: Asking the Worker the Right RTW Questions Part 1: Introduction

Presented by: Dr. Michael Harris, PhD

The first of a two part presentation talking about Patient Engagement Using Motivational Interviewing.

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Why Do Some Develop Chronic Pain, While Others Don't?

Presented by: Dr. Niriksha Malladi, MD and Dr. Adriana Marti, PsyD

An explanation on the BioPsycho aspects of why some develop chronic pain and why some do not.

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Occupational Therapy and Living with Chronic Pain

Presented by: Anna Hausermann

This lecture aims to discuss ADL function as it relates to vocational rehabilitation in persons with chronic pain. We will review rehabilitative and compensatory treatment methods to promote ADL function as well as highlight the importance of self-perception in function.

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Managing Your Brain to Manage Your Pain
Presented by: Dr. Trevor Davis
 
There is a direct link between your brain and chronic pain.
Discover the role of psychology in treating chronic pain.
 
Resilience

Presented by: Dr. Trevor Davis

A discussion on Resilience and our ability to persevere

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Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)

Dr. Niriksha Malladi MD, “Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)”

Watch the video of Dr. Malladi’s presentation

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