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Virtual Navigating Our Relationships With Clients

Taking the time to understand your relationships with clients. Whether they are a long-term client or a new client in crisis, these meetings explore how to better understand provider-client communications and our experiences with each other. Using the Balint method, we are given a forum to reflect on the provider-client-patient relationship and gain new perceptions of our relationship with clients during difficult or demanding situations. All veterinary professionals with a client relationship are welcome.

What does a provider-client-patient relationship look like?

  • A general practitioner caring for their long-term client and patient
  • A specialist consulting with a client about their pet
  • A client service representative that interacts with a client regularly regarding their pet's care
  • An emergency technician that communicates with a client regarding their pet in crisis
  • A shelter technician handling a surrender from a client

 

May 27  |  7-8pm (PST)

 

For new and interested participants, learn more about the Balint Method by watching this video:

 

Virtual Meeting: What to Expect:

You will receive additional information including the Zoom meeting link in your confirmation email following your registration.

Zoom sessions allow anyone participating to see the participants who have shared their camera, to speak to the group, and to hear anyone speaking. If Zoom is not downloaded on your device, click here.

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Meetings led by DoveLewis’ Chief Medical Officer Shana O’Marra, DVM, DACVECC, and Jillian Romm, RN, LCSW, Credentialed Balint Leader

UP TO 6 HOURS OF ACCREDITED NON-SCIENTIFIC CE IN OREGON

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