Tetra is pleased to announce its Essential Workers Program
With Anxiety & Insomnia rates in Australia significantly increased over the past few months, our Essential Workers are at even greater risk as they are working longer hours and holding the burden of responsibility during this Covid-19 health & economic crisis.
Understanding that the whole community’s health and wellbeing is critical during these challenging times, it’s often those prioritising others that discard their own health.
Essential Workers will be able to connect with Tetra’s Specialist Nurses and Physicians to safely discuss medical cannabis as a potential treatment option for a number of therapeutic areas.
Simply click the links below to register for our Webinars which are held online over Zoom! You can follow along with our experts, join in on some at home exercises, and ask questions during our Q&A.
Questions? Contact our team on firstname.lastname@example.org or +1800 861 099
How to Fall Asleep, Stay Asleep and Wake up More Refreshed
Date: Wednesday May 20th 7:00pm – 8:00pm
Are you struggling to fall asleep? Finding yourself waking at 3am? Battling fatigue throughout the day? If so, this webinar is for you. Curated by Sleep Expert Olivia Arezzolo, Olivia shares her Signature 7 Step Bedtime Routine – the formula which has seen improvements for 100% of her clients in less than 7 days – and more. Combining psychology, physiology and nutrition, Olivia’s straightforward, science-based strategies will see you sleeping deeper, waking up more refreshed and more focused than ever before. Don’t miss out!
With 9 years of study, Olivia’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology), Certificate of Sleep Psychology, Diploma of Health Science (Nutritional Medicine), and a Certificate 3+4 in Fitness.With regular media features in Daily Mail and news.com.au; and previous partnerships with Sealy Posturepedic, Ikea and Phillips, Olivia’s provides straightforward, science-based strategies to sleep deprived professionals.
Medical Cannabis – Patient Access in Australia
Date: Saturday May 23rd 10:00am – 11:00am
Interested in becoming a patient, but not sure if medical cannabis is right for you? Join Diandra Phipps from Tetra Health to chat about a number of topics, including the regulatory landscape in Australia, how eligible patients can legally access medical cannabis, what conditions medical cannabis is typically prescribed for, differences between CBD and THC, and much more!
Diandra is a team member of Tetra Health, an organisation that assists patients and physicians access medical cannabis across Australia. She has been in the medical cannabis industry for over 5 years, previously in Canada, working with a group that had over 30,000 patients and 13 clinics across Canada. Diandra is passionate about patient care, and providing access and education for patients with unmet clinical needs.
Medical Cannabis – Drug Driving and Workplace Safety
Date: Wednesday May 27th 7:00pm – 8:00pm
As medical cannabis becomes a more prevalent treatment in Australia, a number of questions arise in relation to safe driving and working, and the difference between detection and impairment of medical cannabis. Drug testing laws are complex and always changing. Join our experts who will be discussing how cannabis affects driving, the current laws in Australia, how roadside drug testing works, and what you need to do to stay safe if prescribed medical cannabis.
Thomas Arkell is a final-year PhD candidate and project coordinator with the Lambert Initiative at the University of Sydney. He specializes in the area of psychopharmacology and has led numerous clinical studies in Australia, the U.S. and the Netherlands. His current work focuses on the effects of cannabis on driving and cognition.
Optimise your Health and Wellbeing – Dealing with Anxiety and Stress
Date: Wednesday May 30th 10:00am – 11:00am
Join our expert on positive psychology, Jim O’Connor, as he shares ways that you can take care of your mental health and support your emotional wellbeing during this time of change and physical distancing. Jim uses a positive psychology framework that focuses on optimising health, wellbeing, fulfilment and life experience so people can get the best out of their life. Join now, you don’t want to miss out on this free webinar!
Jim O’Connor is a Clinical Psychotherapist and director of Clear Day Consulting – a counselling and coaching service with offices across Sydney. Since leaving school Jim has studied and worked in the health sciences field helping people overcome the stresses and challenges that are so common in the modern world. He uses a positive psychology framework that focuses on optimizing health, wellbeing, fulfillment and life experience so people can get the best out of their life. He has a Master’s Degree in Psychotherapy, a science degree in Health Sciences, a Graduate Diploma of Health Sciences, a Graduate Diploma of Counselling, and an advanced Certificate of Clinical Hypnotherapy.