Inspirational Speaker & Author
Emma Gee is one of Australia’s acclaimed Inspirational Speakers,
offering her thoughts and solutions on resilience and person-centred care
and through her keynote presentations, workshops and consultancy.
- Bendigo Health Staff Training, Person-centred Care Service Delivery, Swan Hill
- Presbyterian Ladies’ College Year 12 Students- Resilience 2016 (Melbourne)
- Celebrations for Internationall Midwives Day, Flinders Medical Centre, Adelaide
- Community Resource Unit Conference 2016 (Brisbane)
- ABC Melbourne Radio Interview 2016
- Caulfield General Medical Hospital 2016 Empathy
- Strathcona Year 12 Students- Resilience
- Leading Age Services Australia NSW-ACT Congress Keynote 2016 (Sydney)
- Bank Australia 2016 Resilience
- Australian Catholic University & LaTrobe University Event: Conversation with Emma Gee about Reinventing Emma with Associate Professor Natasha Lannin
- Australian Catholic University 2016 Occupational Therapy Student Lecture.
- Monash University 2016 Occupational Therapy & Physiotherapy Students Lecture – Empathy
- Swinburne University 2016 Occupational Therapy Masters Students Tutorial on occupational adaptation
- Sunraysia Community Health Services AGM 2016 (Mildura) Empowerment in Person-Centred Service Delivery
- Sunraysia Community Health Services Allied Health Person-Centred Care Workshop 2016 (Mildura)
- ADMA National Conference. Invited Keynote – Person Centred Healthcare: Achievements & Challenges, 2016
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Emma’s honest, raw and often humorous depiction of her journey was both engaging and compelling, and challenged us all to re evaluate our attitudes and practices as allied health practitioners. She reminded us to see the patient as a real person, to empathise with their loss of roles and lifestyle, whilst simultaneously giving hope to patient and working with them to regain their valued roles in some form.
She also reminded us of the importance of partnering with patients in achieving their goals, and the need to have empathy and foster relationship between patient and therapist.
I would recommend this presentation to all health professionals as it certainly challenged and inspired me to strive towards making client centred practice the most important aspect of my practice, as sadly this is often overlooked and forgotten.Natalie Bonallack