November 20 & 21, 2020
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. EST
Live Virtual

Current research informs us that mental health conditions are very common - in particular trauma with unexpected illness or injury. People (we) are complex, heavily influenced by interconnecting individual systems (e.g. emotional, cognitive, sensory-perceptual) and the current environment. Subsequently it is challenging for us to assess and integrate all the information in a Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE) or to facilitate a successful return to work (RTW). Return to work is therapeutic and I consider a Functional Capacity Evaluation brief therapy. This workshop focuses on the assessment and treatment of mental health conditions to facilitate a comprehensive FCE and sustainable return to work using the whole person MAC integrated model. Clinical case studies, video, small group discussion and clinical reasoning activities are used. Workshop materials include intervention resources, assessment tools and supporting research articles. Registration is limited to allow for small group learning.

Lorraine Mischuk

O.T.Reg. (MB), CEO - Managing Clinician at Maximize Human Capabilities

Lorraine has owned and operated Maximize Human Capabilities since 1997, with overall clinical experience spanning over 30 years. She has taught at the University of Manitoba for the College of Rehabilitation Sciences - Occupational Therapy and the Department of Extended Education, has conducted workshops through the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists and presented at numerous HR conferences across Canada.

After launching MAC in 2018, Lorraine has conducted three sold-out workshops in Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver.


Use our whole person occupational therapy model and learn to connect the dots


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