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2010 Treating and Litigating in the Face of Physiological Overlay

Date: 12/03/2010

The Intersection Between Psychological Injuries and Somatic Disorders
William J. Koch, Ph.D., R.Psych., ABPP, University of BC and Simon Fraser University, Vancouver BC

Anxiety Disorders and Depression as Psychological Injuries
William J. Koch, Ph.D., R.Psych., ABPP, University of BC and Simon Fraser University, Vancouver BC

Proving a Complex Chronic Pain Case:
Navigating the Interplay Between Evidence and Opinions from Multidisciplinary Experts

A.C. Richard Parsons, Collette Parsons, Vancouver BC

Can Anything Be Done? Evidence-based Psychological Treatments
Rami Nader, Ph.D., R.Psych., North Shore Stress and Anxiety Clinic, North Vancouver BC
And Michelle Haring, Ph.D.,North Shore Stress and Anxiety Clinic, North Vancouver BC

PTSD: Helping Your Client with the Traumatic Effects of Extreme Stress
Shelley J. Henshaw, Waterstone Law Group LLP, Langley BC

Form and Content of Expert Reports Under the New Rules
Marc Kazimirski, Kazimirski Law Corporation, Vancouver BC

Credibility of Chronic Pain in the Courts
Dr. Judy Le Page, Ph.D., R.Psych., Le Page & Associates, Vancouver BC


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