Predictors and Warning signs for a Pending Compensation Claim

Evidence has shown that there are certain types of people who are psychologically vulnerable and those who have “difficult personalities” that too easily submit worker’s compensation claims, cause problems in the workplace and have higher than average absenteeism and presentism. we look at how to detect them in the early stages of employment and how best to manage them.

Friday 17 June 2016

9/27 Yallourn Street,
Fyshwick, ACT 2609

9:30am – 12.30pm

$200 to attend one session or
$325 to attend both Perfomance Managing People with Mental Illness & Predictors and Warning signs for a Pending Compensation Claim.

Morning Tea provided.

About the Trainer:

John Littleton is an organisational psychologist with a Graduate Diploma of Applied Psychology, and a Bachelor of Psychology and Sociology. Throughout his career John has successfully treated patients suffering depression, anxiety, PTSD, chronic pain, occupational stress, low self-esteem, bipolar disorder, trauma, grief and loss and anger management, through a combination of Cognitive Behavioural and Acceptance Commitment Therapies, and is proficient in performing psychometric assessments.

John has worked for over 12 years as an organisational psychologist, providing fitness for duty and psychological capacity assessments for insurance companies and employers in the public and private sector.  John is also an experienced public speaker and is passionate about sharing his experience and knowledge with others.

The Rehabilitation Specialists are excited to be able to collaborate with John to deliver a series of workshops in Canberra on a range of topics that would be applicable to case managers, employers, insurers and other health professionals.

John Littleton