Archives for: 'Health Professionals' Seminar'
Q & As with Health Professionals

An assembled panel is convened of experienced health and mental health professionals who have worked both with an understanding of the principles and without. This session will be a chance to draw on their observations, experiences and to ask more specific questions about the relationship of understanding the principles to their life and work as …

A Journey With Patients

As a perspective on the mind, the Three Principles has implications for the way we see and understand mental health and mental disfunction. This session will outline the shift in  perspective on mental health and illness as a result of Dr Pettit taking the implications of The Principles seriously. Most specifically it will focus on …

Practitioners’ Stories Panel

This session will focus on the reported outcomes that health care professionals have observed and experienced in relation to their 3 Principles understanding. It will be a chance to see how an engagement with a new understanding of the mind affects the day to day experience of health care professionals in a range of positions …

Looking After Ourselves First

The Healthcare sector is one of high demands, high pressure and high responsibility, with budget cuts and legal pressures that only seems to be getting worse. In this context it is generally believed that stress and pressure is an unavoidable fact of the environment. This session will focus on this stress and pressure from a …

What Is This New Understanding?

This session is a chance to step back and get an overview of what is being discussed. The session will focus on and outline the essential new understanding of the mind that is covered by the phrase “The Three Principles”.

Introduction To Health Professionals’ Seminar

Whilst the common belief may be that life circumstances and the people around us create our feelings, sensations, and perceptions, a fresh understanding of the mind points to the key role in generating our experience. This is doubly relevant in the healthcare profession.