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This 30-minute interactive conversation will focus on mental health for PTs and PTAs. Through this discussion, you will gain tools and resources to address mental and emotional well-being as you navigate your personal and professional life. Registration for the event is closed and a recording of the conversation will be available on this page soon.

Our guests

Drew Contreras, PT, DPT, board-certified sports clinical specialist, is APTA's vice president of clinical integration & innovation. 

Bhrett McCabe, PhD, is a licensed clinical and sports psychologist and founder of The MindSide. He holds a PhD in clinical psychology from Louisiana State University and completed his 12-month psychology internship at the Clinical Psychology Training Consortium associated with the Warren Alpert Brown Medical School in Providence, Rhode Island.

Kevin E. Wilk, PT, DPT, PT, FAPTA, has led a distinguished career as a clinical physical therapist for the past 37 years. He is a leading authority in rehabilitation of sports injuries and orthopedic lesions, and has made significant contributions to laboratory research, biomechanical research, and clinical outcome studies.


Before You Sign Up:

  • The registration is hosted on APTA's Engage platform. You will need to login to Engage before seeing registration for the opportunity.
  • Please sign up before 11:50 p.m., ET on Monday, Oct. 25. A link to this Zoom event will be emailed to all participants on Monday morning, Oct. 26.
  • Our event will start promptly at 7 p.m. ET.​ Once you're in, turn your camera on, queue up your questions, and be ready to engage with our panelists.

Let others know you're attending by RSVP'ing on our Facebook event page, then share on social media. The Facebook RSVP is optional, but in order to participate in the event you must sign up via APTA Engage.

This event is part of APTA Fit for Practice, powered by Hyperice

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