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Thu, 27 July



Coping with grief & loss due to chronic illness

A FREE online talk with psychiatrist Dr Paul Holman, discussing coping strategies for these challenging emotions. Brought to you by Conquering Chronic Illness & TICNA groups.

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Coping with grief & loss due to chronic illness
Coping with grief & loss due to chronic illness

Time & Location

27 July 2023, 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm AEST


About the event

There is no need to RSVP unless you would like an automated reminder email 30 minutes prior to the event.

Otherwise just join the session on Zoom:

Using Passcode: 123456

Please have your audio muted as you join.

Start Time:


1pm ACST (NT/SA)

11.30am AWST (WA)

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About the session:

Brought to you by Conquering Chronic Illness & TICNA groups, this 1 hour talk with Dr Paul Holman will discuss coping strategies to help you manage your grief surrounding the many losses that each of us face as we journey through life with a chronic illness. 

More about Paul:

Paul Holman was born in the UK and did his medical and psychiatric training at Cambridge and King’s College Hospital, London.

He came to Australia in 1980 and worked in addiction and general psychiatry until going into private practice in 1992. While still in the UK he was greatly influenced by the European and British traditions of Naturopathy and Homeopathy and on coming to Australia continued this interest by becoming a founder member of The Australian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine.

Biofeedback, especially in relation to the breath, had been part of his practice for many years but was brought into focus by meeting the pranayama teacher Sri Bala Ratnam in 1999. From Bala he learned powerful core techniques which quickly made a difference to his health and which have stood him in good stead ever since.

Paul is now semi-retired from medicine but is keen to pass on what he has learned over the years.

He lives in Hurstbridge with his wife Philomena and the local birds and kangaroos.

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