Allied Health Practitioners
CEU: Developing Collaborative Care Relationships as a Wellness Practitioner
In this continuing education class for wellness practitioners we will explore ways to develop collaborative care relationships with other wellness practitioners to build clientele, provide a diverse referral pool to help meet client wellness goals, and to co-consult on challenging cases.
An allied health practitioner relationship is:
•Someone you have developed a professional relationship with.
•Refers to you and you refer to them.
•Is part of your client’s wellness team.
•Someone you can reach out to for a co-consult and vice versa.
We'll look at:
•Types of Allied Health Practitioners
•Cooperation vs. Competition
•Benefits to an Allied Health Practitioner Relationship
•Making Initial Contact with an Allied Health Practitioner
•Letter of Introduction
•Networking Follow-Up Email
•Mutual Client Letter to Collaborate
•and a Release Form for HIPAA Compliance
This is a recorded webinar. Q&A is still happening in the comments section.
Amy Kreydin, Board Certified Reflexologist and Clinical Aromatherapist, has been in private practice since 2004. Kreydin received her certificate as a Certified Reflexologist from the Palmer Institute in Salem, MA in 2004, and was awarded her board certificate in Reflexology from the American Reflexology Certification Board in 2006. She trained at a Harvard teaching hospital in Boston, MA and obtained her Certified Clinical Aromatherapy Practitioner (CCAP) in 2011. In 2015 and 2016 Amy received her advanced diploma in Aromatic Medicine from The Institute of Traditional Herbal Medicine and Aromatherapy, and the Heal Center in Atlanta, Georgia. She has lectured and taught classes in wellness institutes, hospitals, colleges, conferences, and clinics since 2007. Kreydin is passionate about whole body wellness and loves helping folks reach their health goals to live an abundant, vibrant, and balanced life.