Please complete the details in the form below to attend the “The Fundamentals of Change and Transition” lecture.

Date: Wednesday September 4th, 2019
Time: 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
Location: Mohawk 1 Classroom, Brantford General Hospital
Speaker: Tami Murray, Homewood Health

About the session:

Change is a fact of life, but letting go of the familiar can be challenging. When individuals understand the need for change, and are resourced to manage it, they can transition with greater ease. Participants in this session will explore strategies, frameworks, self-care tools, and resources to navigate the change process successfully.

Speaker Bio:
Tami completed an honours degree in Social Work in 2008 and a Masters in degree in Social Work in 2011 from Western University. She is registered with the Ontario College of Social Work and a member of the National Social Workers Association. Tami has worked extensively with the Canadian Military community as a Family Liaison Officer where she provided assessment and counselling services to the families of the injured and fallen. Other activities included psychoeducation regarding mental health, wellness, operational stress injuries, domestic violence, and suicide prevention. More recently, her work was published in the Canadian Military Family Magazine (2017). In addition, she is a part-time professor at Fanshawe College and works in private practice. Previously, Tami spent 10 years working at the London Psychiatric Hospital where she encompassed several roles including Chairperson of Program Development Committee, Intake Coordinator, and Professional Practice Leader. She began her career as a Child and Youth Worker. Funded through the Ministry of Community and Social Services, Tami was responsible for developing, facilitating, and evaluating youth pilot programs. Tami’s clinical approach supports best practice perspectives and a client centered focus. She has extensive training and experience in the areas of mental health assessments and interventions that support compassionate effective results.