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Entering the Allied Health Workforce


Entering the allied health workforce is like entering a vortex into the unknown. Nothing prepares you for it. It truly is the steepest learning curve. But guess what? You’re not alone. Let me walk you through all the tips and lessons I wish I had been given when I first entered the workforce. Let me help you make this a smooth transition for you. This workshop is full of information that I WISH I had when I was about to enter the workforce, and I really think you will get a lot of benefit from it. Part 1: Pre Graduation/Registration - What I wish I learnt at university - Applying for a masters program - Work experience - Picking your placements Part 2: You've Graduated, Now What!? - Choosing a supervisor - Applying for jobs/ Choosing the right job - Salary vs contractor considerations - Reviewing a contract - Imposter syndrome - Case notes & GP letters - How many clients should you see per day? - Admin time vs billable hours - Organisation - Curating resources - Organising your resources: tool kits vs session planning - Report writing and person centred approaches Part 3: Boundaries, Goal Setting & Self-Care - Boundary setting from day one: with clients and your workplace - Boundaries when working with kids - Goal setting & staying motivated - Self-care - Burnout & career longevity - Career Options What’s Included? - 3 Videos - GP Letter Template - Case Note Template - PDF of Useful Links - Student & Graduate Guide (RRP $16) - Copy of my Tax Spreadsheet - Plus More

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