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Coping with life transitions in young adults
Join our panel of interdisciplinary experts as they discuss factors that may negatively influence a young person’s ability to cope with difficult life-stage transitions.
Watch this facilitated panel discussion of Chloe's story to be better equipped to:
  • identify the mental health indicators in the context of difficult life-stage transitions for young adults
  • discuss tips and strategies that can help a young adult feel supported through challenging life-stage transitions
  • discuss the importance of collaboration and appropriate referrals for young adults going through life-stage transitions.

Panel List

Review the panel of interdisciplinary experts' bios:
  • Dr Arne Rubinstein (CEO - The Rites of Passage Institute and ex-General Practitioner, Victoria)
  • Dr Michael Carr-Gregg (Psychologist, Victoria)
  • Meg Cordery (Social Worker, Queensland)
Facilitator: Nicola Palfrey (Clinical Psychologist, South Australia)


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