Resources

Check out his CV and methodology on the link below. CV

Other links give selections of notes that Dr McEwan makes available for use to people using this website. If any of these notes or power points are used, the author requires that full acknowledgement is given to their source and that information is not presented by persons who are not professionally trained and qualified in the field of the presentation.

WARNING TO ALL USERS OF NOTES/POWER POINTS

These notes and power points are not designed to stand alone, but to be utilized IN ASSOCIATION with the best personal professional support possible for the troubled person. If stress, grief, depression, anxiety or traumatic events are being faced, then the personal attendance of a good doctor and counsellor or psychologist is invaluable. All people working with John McEwan are encouraged to work closely with their doctor and this ensures that the best results are possible for the individual. While no-one following these notes thoroughly will be caused aggravation to their condition, if there is a deeper chemical or medical issue in their system, they alone will not help. There are times when a physician’s oversight and possibly medication is required, and it will be advised strongly by John McEwan whenever he believes it will benefit the individual. There is no substitute for a good physician and all who face any of the issues covered in these notes are urged and encouraged to discuss everything about their present condition and any information in these notes with their doctor. These notes should ONLY be used after you have discussed your situation and medical history with your attending doctor.

LINKS

  1. CV
  2. NOTES FOR STUDY AND INDIVIDUAL USE.
    STRESS OF DEALING WITH A CARDIAC EVENT
    ANGER AND ADDICTION
    COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY – CBT
    DEPRESSION ARTICLE
    LAURA MITCHELL RELAXATION EXERCISES
    RESILIENCE – STRESS COPING NOTES
    STRESS OBSERVATION FORM FOR WORK PLACES
    TIME MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES
    WORKPLACE STRESS ARTICLES
    POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER
    ACUTE STRESS DISORDER (TRAUMA)
    DEALING WITH THE STRESS OF CANCER TREATMENT

POWER POINT PRESENTATIONS – these are provided as samples only – not designed to be presented from by people who do not have the teaching notes and a very good professional and clinical understanding of each subject – but they give an idea of those that Dr McEwan can be approached to present in a work place or club/society/church setting.