WEBINAR SERIES CONTENT
The Four Part Webinar Series is broken into two main sections:
Webinars One and Two work on defining what vilification is and how it may affect yourself, colleagues, students, clients or patients in all aspects of professional, personal, family, and social life.
Webinars Three and Four outline what approaches can be taken for you to achieve vindication from vilification or bullying and what are the most appropriate treatments for those affected.
The Webinar series can either be attended for just the first two sessions or all four sessions. See the Registration Fee page for pricing.
Defining Professional Vilification?
Who commonly instigates professional vilification or vilification in general?
How to navigate these difficult situations for yourself, colleagues, students, clients or patients;
What is Tall Poppy Syndrome and how could it affect your career?;
How to deal with the pervading problem of having no right of reply, which is a common outcome once vilification commences.
What Symptoms & Impacts Arise from Experiencing Professional Vilification?
Impacts on physiological, somatic, intellectual and emotional health;
Short and long term impacts on career, personal life, family and social life;
Evidence based coping mechanisms to develop as preventative and/or coping measures when vilification is present.
Approaches for Preventing or Resolving Professional Vilification for Self, Colleagues, Clients and Patients?
Understanding the difference between Civil Law and Administrative Law regarding vilification;
Understanding your Legal and Ethical rights when protecting your reputation after vilification;
Tools to counter vilification in newspapers, reality TV, social media, internet or via deliberate destructive gossip;
Services that could aid you, your colleagues, or clients to resolve vilification.
Clinical Treatment for Patients Suffering Vilification Professionally or in General
Statistics of completed suicides by those that did not survive being vilified or investigated by governing bodies resulting from false complaint/s;
Diagnosis commonly associated with those who have suffered or instigated and/or participated in vilification;
Evidence Based Treatment and Practice Based Protocols particularly helpful for treating the effects of vilification.