Full Course Description


Module 1: New Developments in the Treatment of PTSD, Complex PTSD and Co-Occurring Disorders: Ways to Bolster Resilience

This is your opportunity to learn the latest developments in the treatment of PTSD, Complex PTSD and comorbid disorders from one of the world’s leading psychotherapists. Dr. Meichenbaum is a cofounder of Cognitive Behavior Therapy and he was voted “one of the 10 most influential psychotherapists of the 20th century.”

Attend this seminar and learn the assessment and treatment implications of research findings on neuroscience and resilience. Learn how to use a Case Conceptualization Model that informs treatment decision-making and ways to implement the Core Tasks of Psychotherapy that “expert” therapists employ. You will learn how to provide integrated evidence-based therapy with clients who experience a variety of comorbid disorders including PTSD and Prolonged and Complicated Grief Disorders, suicidal behavior, Substance abuse disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injuries. You will also learn how to integrate spiritually-based interventions and psychotherapy.

Dr. Meichenbaum will use his vast clinical and research experience, humorous, engaging, presentation style, along with video case presentations and provide a detailed and practical set of handouts with tools and techniques to be used in your practice.

OUTLINE

THE NATURE AND IMPACT OF TRAUMA EXPOSURE: THE “UNTOLD STORY” OF RESILIENCE

  • Controversies in the field of PTSD and Complex PTSD: “State of the Art”
  • What distinguishes the 75% of individuals who evidence resilience VERSUS the 25% who develop persistent PTSD and related co-occurring disorders and adjustment difficulties
  • The nature and neurobiology of resilience: Implications for assessment and treatment
  • Constructive Narrative Treatment Perspective: How to help clients develop “healing stories” and accompanying coping strategies
  • What resilient individuals DO and do NOT do
  • A Case Conceptualization Model of risk and protective factors that informs treatment decision-making

SPECIFIC EVIDENCE-BASED INTEGRATED TREATMENT APPROACHES FOR CLIENTS WITH COMORBID DISORDERS

  • The Core Tasks of Psychotherapy: What “EXPERT” therapists do
  • PTSD is more than a Fear-based Anxiety Disorder: The role of guilt, shame, disgust, anger, prolonged and complicated grief and moral injuries
  • Detailed clinical examples of INTEGRATED treatment with clients experiencing a variety of clinical disorders
    • Prolonged and Complicated Grief Disorder
    • Borderline Personality Disorder
    • Suicidal behavior
    • Substance abuse disorder (including how to integrate 12 AA step programs and ways to enhance Recovery Transition Coping skills)
    • Traumatic Brain Injuries and PTSD

HOW TO IMPLEMENT THE CORE TASKS OF PSYCHOTHERAPY

  • Develop, maintain and monitor a therapeutic alliance
  • Treatment-informed feedback
  • Collaborative goal setting using Motivational Interviewing to nurture hope and positive emotions
  • Psycho-education using a CLOCK metaphor
  • Teach intra- and interpersonal coping skills: Intervention guidelines on ways to increase the likelihood of treatment generalization
  • Bolster the client’s resilience in six domains: physical, interpersonal, emotional, cognitive, behavioral and spiritual
  • Integrate spirituality and psychotherapy
  • Address the needs of health care providers: Ways to bolster “vicarious resilience”

PRESENTATION OF A CLINICAL TOOL BOX TO BE USED IN YOUR PRACTICE

  • Detailed CLIENT-BASED Checklists
    • Coping strategies with Grief
    • Transition Recovery strategies from substance abuse
    • Consumer guidelines on how to evaluate treatment centers
    • 12 step AA checklist
    • Spirituality-based activities assessment and others

OBJECTIVES

  1. Critique the concept of PTSD and critically evaluate the “state-of-art” of treatment with traumatized and victimized individuals, families and communities.
  2. Employ a Case Conceptualization Model of risk and protective factors that informs assessment and treatment decision-making.
  3. Conduct evidence-based integrated trauma-focused interventions with a variety of disorders.
  4. Address the wide range of post trauma emotional reactions and comorbid disorders (Grief reactions, Suicidal behaviors, Substance abuse, Borderline Personality Disorders, Traumatic Brain Injuries).
  5. Implement the Core Tasks of Psychotherapy, including ways to address the needs of psychotherapists.
  6. Integrate spiritually-based interventions and psychotherapy.

Satisfaction Guarantee
Your satisfaction is our goal and our guarantee. Concerns should be addressed to PESI, Inc., PO Box 1000, Eau Claire, WI 54702-1000 or call 1-800-844-8260.

ADA Needs

PESI would be happy to accommodate your ADA needs; please call our Customer Service Department for more information at 800-844-8260.

Program Information

Objectives

  1. Evaluate the nature and neurobiology of resilience as well as related treatment implications.
  2. Employ a Case Conceptualization Model of risk and protective factors that informs assessment and treatment planning.
  3. Conduct evidence-based, trauma-focused interventions with a variety of mental health issues and disorders, including complicated grief, Borderline Personality Disorder, suicidal behavior, substance abuse disorders and traumatic brain injury.
  4. Integrate the Core Tasks of Psychotherapy into your clinical practice, including development of the therapeutic alliance and collaborative goal setting.
  5. Teach clients intra- and interpersonal coping skills in order to reduce symptoms of PTSD and related mental health disorders.
  6. Implement strategies to increase client resilience in six domains (physical, interpersonal, emotional, cognitive, behavioral and spiritual) to decrease symptomology and improve level of functioning.

Outline

THE NATURE AND IMPACT OF TRAUMA EXPOSURE: THE “UNTOLD STORY” OF RESILIENCE

  • Controversies in the field of PTSD and Complex PTSD: “State of the Art”
  • What distinguishes the 75% of individuals who evidence resilience VERSUS the 25% who develop persistent PTSD and related co-occurring disorders and adjustment difficulties
  • The nature and neurobiology of resilience: Implications for assessment and treatment
  • Constructive Narrative Treatment Perspective: How to help clients develop “healing stories” and accompanying coping strategies
  • What resilient individuals DO and do NOT do
  • A Case Conceptualization Model of risk and protective factors that informs treatment decision-making

SPECIFIC EVIDENCE-BASED INTEGRATED TREATMENT APPROACHES FOR CLIENTS WITH COMORBID DISORDERS

  • The Core Tasks of Psychotherapy: What “EXPERT” therapists do
  • PTSD is more than a Fear-based Anxiety Disorder: The role of guilt, shame, disgust, anger, prolonged and complicated grief and moral injuries
  • Detailed clinical examples of INTEGRATED treatment with clients experiencing a variety of clinical disorders
    • Prolonged and Complicated Grief Disorder
    • Borderline Personality Disorder
    • Suicidal behavior
    • Substance abuse disorder (including how to integrate 12 AA step programs and ways to enhance Recovery Transition Coping skills)
    • Traumatic Brain Injuries and PTSD

HOW TO IMPLEMENT THE CORE TASKS OF PSYCHOTHERAPY

  • Develop, maintain and monitor a therapeutic alliance
  • Treatment-informed feedback
  • Collaborative goal setting using Motivational Interviewing to nurture hope and positive emotions
  • Psycho-education using a CLOCK metaphor
  • Teach intra- and interpersonal coping skills: Intervention guidelines on ways to increase the likelihood of treatment generalization
  • Bolster the client’s resilience in six domains: physical, interpersonal, emotional, cognitive, behavioral and spiritual
  • Integrate spirituality and psychotherapy
  • Address the needs of health care providers: Ways to bolster “vicarious resilience”

PRESENTATION OF A CLINICAL TOOL BOX TO BE USED IN YOUR PRACTICE

  • Detailed CLIENT-BASED Checklists
    • Coping strategies with Grief
    • Transition Recovery strategies from substance abuse
    • Consumer guidelines on how to evaluate treatment centers
    • 12 step AA checklist
    • Spirituality-based activities assessment and others

Copyright : 03/10/2017

Module 2: New Developments in the Treatment of PTSD, Complex PTSD and Co-Occurring Disorders: Ways to Bolster Resilience

This is your opportunity to learn the latest developments in the treatment of PTSD, Complex PTSD and comorbid disorders from one of the world’s leading psychotherapists. Dr. Meichenbaum is a cofounder of Cognitive Behavior Therapy and he was voted “one of the 10 most influential psychotherapists of the 20th century.”

Attend this seminar and learn the assessment and treatment implications of research findings on neuroscience and resilience. Learn how to use a Case Conceptualization Model that informs treatment decision-making and ways to implement the Core Tasks of Psychotherapy that “expert” therapists employ. You will learn how to provide integrated evidence-based therapy with clients who experience a variety of comorbid disorders including PTSD and Prolonged and Complicated Grief Disorders, suicidal behavior, Substance abuse disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injuries. You will also learn how to integrate spiritually-based interventions and psychotherapy.

Dr. Meichenbaum will use his vast clinical and research experience, humorous, engaging, presentation style, along with video case presentations and provide a detailed and practical set of handouts with tools and techniques to be used in your practice.

OUTLINE

THE NATURE AND IMPACT OF TRAUMA EXPOSURE: THE “UNTOLD STORY” OF RESILIENCE

  • Controversies in the field of PTSD and Complex PTSD: “State of the Art”
  • What distinguishes the 75% of individuals who evidence resilience VERSUS the 25% who develop persistent PTSD and related co-occurring disorders and adjustment difficulties
  • The nature and neurobiology of resilience: Implications for assessment and treatment
  • Constructive Narrative Treatment Perspective: How to help clients develop “healing stories” and accompanying coping strategies
  • What resilient individuals DO and do NOT do
  • A Case Conceptualization Model of risk and protective factors that informs treatment decision-making

SPECIFIC EVIDENCE-BASED INTEGRATED TREATMENT APPROACHES FOR CLIENTS WITH COMORBID DISORDERS

  • The Core Tasks of Psychotherapy: What “EXPERT” therapists do
  • PTSD is more than a Fear-based Anxiety Disorder: The role of guilt, shame, disgust, anger, prolonged and complicated grief and moral injuries
  • Detailed clinical examples of INTEGRATED treatment with clients experiencing a variety of clinical disorders
    • Prolonged and Complicated Grief Disorder
    • Borderline Personality Disorder
    • Suicidal behavior
    • Substance abuse disorder (including how to integrate 12 AA step programs and ways to enhance Recovery Transition Coping skills)
    • Traumatic Brain Injuries and PTSD

HOW TO IMPLEMENT THE CORE TASKS OF PSYCHOTHERAPY

  • Develop, maintain and monitor a therapeutic alliance
  • Treatment-informed feedback
  • Collaborative goal setting using Motivational Interviewing to nurture hope and positive emotions
  • Psycho-education using a CLOCK metaphor
  • Teach intra- and interpersonal coping skills: Intervention guidelines on ways to increase the likelihood of treatment generalization
  • Bolster the client’s resilience in six domains: physical, interpersonal, emotional, cognitive, behavioral and spiritual
  • Integrate spirituality and psychotherapy
  • Address the needs of health care providers: Ways to bolster “vicarious resilience”

PRESENTATION OF A CLINICAL TOOL BOX TO BE USED IN YOUR PRACTICE

  • Detailed CLIENT-BASED Checklists
    • Coping strategies with Grief
    • Transition Recovery strategies from substance abuse
    • Consumer guidelines on how to evaluate treatment centers
    • 12 step AA checklist
    • Spirituality-based activities assessment and others

OBJECTIVES

  1. Critique the concept of PTSD and critically evaluate the “state-of-art” of treatment with traumatized and victimized individuals, families and communities.
  2. Employ a Case Conceptualization Model of risk and protective factors that informs assessment and treatment decision-making.
  3. Conduct evidence-based integrated trauma-focused interventions with a variety of disorders.
  4. Address the wide range of post trauma emotional reactions and comorbid disorders (Grief reactions, Suicidal behaviors, Substance abuse, Borderline Personality Disorders, Traumatic Brain Injuries).
  5. Implement the Core Tasks of Psychotherapy, including ways to address the needs of psychotherapists.
  6. Integrate spiritually-based interventions and psychotherapy.

Satisfaction Guarantee
Your satisfaction is our goal and our guarantee. Concerns should be addressed to PESI, Inc., PO Box 1000, Eau Claire, WI 54702-1000 or call 1-800-844-8260.

ADA Needs

PESI would be happy to accommodate your ADA needs; please call our Customer Service Department for more information at 800-844-8260.

Copyright : 03/10/2017

Module 3: New Developments in the Treatment of PTSD, Complex PTSD and Co-Occurring Disorders: Ways to Bolster Resilience

This is your opportunity to learn the latest developments in the treatment of PTSD, Complex PTSD and comorbid disorders from one of the world’s leading psychotherapists. Dr. Meichenbaum is a cofounder of Cognitive Behavior Therapy and he was voted “one of the 10 most influential psychotherapists of the 20th century.”

Attend this seminar and learn the assessment and treatment implications of research findings on neuroscience and resilience. Learn how to use a Case Conceptualization Model that informs treatment decision-making and ways to implement the Core Tasks of Psychotherapy that “expert” therapists employ. You will learn how to provide integrated evidence-based therapy with clients who experience a variety of comorbid disorders including PTSD and Prolonged and Complicated Grief Disorders, suicidal behavior, Substance abuse disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injuries. You will also learn how to integrate spiritually-based interventions and psychotherapy.

Dr. Meichenbaum will use his vast clinical and research experience, humorous, engaging, presentation style, along with video case presentations and provide a detailed and practical set of handouts with tools and techniques to be used in your practice.

OUTLINE

THE NATURE AND IMPACT OF TRAUMA EXPOSURE: THE “UNTOLD STORY” OF RESILIENCE

  • Controversies in the field of PTSD and Complex PTSD: “State of the Art”
  • What distinguishes the 75% of individuals who evidence resilience VERSUS the 25% who develop persistent PTSD and related co-occurring disorders and adjustment difficulties
  • The nature and neurobiology of resilience: Implications for assessment and treatment
  • Constructive Narrative Treatment Perspective: How to help clients develop “healing stories” and accompanying coping strategies
  • What resilient individuals DO and do NOT do
  • A Case Conceptualization Model of risk and protective factors that informs treatment decision-making

SPECIFIC EVIDENCE-BASED INTEGRATED TREATMENT APPROACHES FOR CLIENTS WITH COMORBID DISORDERS

  • The Core Tasks of Psychotherapy: What “EXPERT” therapists do
  • PTSD is more than a Fear-based Anxiety Disorder: The role of guilt, shame, disgust, anger, prolonged and complicated grief and moral injuries
  • Detailed clinical examples of INTEGRATED treatment with clients experiencing a variety of clinical disorders
    • Prolonged and Complicated Grief Disorder
    • Borderline Personality Disorder
    • Suicidal behavior
    • Substance abuse disorder (including how to integrate 12 AA step programs and ways to enhance Recovery Transition Coping skills)
    • Traumatic Brain Injuries and PTSD

HOW TO IMPLEMENT THE CORE TASKS OF PSYCHOTHERAPY

  • Develop, maintain and monitor a therapeutic alliance
  • Treatment-informed feedback
  • Collaborative goal setting using Motivational Interviewing to nurture hope and positive emotions
  • Psycho-education using a CLOCK metaphor
  • Teach intra- and interpersonal coping skills: Intervention guidelines on ways to increase the likelihood of treatment generalization
  • Bolster the client’s resilience in six domains: physical, interpersonal, emotional, cognitive, behavioral and spiritual
  • Integrate spirituality and psychotherapy
  • Address the needs of health care providers: Ways to bolster “vicarious resilience”

PRESENTATION OF A CLINICAL TOOL BOX TO BE USED IN YOUR PRACTICE

  • Detailed CLIENT-BASED Checklists
    • Coping strategies with Grief
    • Transition Recovery strategies from substance abuse
    • Consumer guidelines on how to evaluate treatment centers
    • 12 step AA checklist
    • Spirituality-based activities assessment and others

OBJECTIVES

  1. Critique the concept of PTSD and critically evaluate the “state-of-art” of treatment with traumatized and victimized individuals, families and communities.
  2. Employ a Case Conceptualization Model of risk and protective factors that informs assessment and treatment decision-making.
  3. Conduct evidence-based integrated trauma-focused interventions with a variety of disorders.
  4. Address the wide range of post trauma emotional reactions and comorbid disorders (Grief reactions, Suicidal behaviors, Substance abuse, Borderline Personality Disorders, Traumatic Brain Injuries).
  5. Implement the Core Tasks of Psychotherapy, including ways to address the needs of psychotherapists.
  6. Integrate spiritually-based interventions and psychotherapy.

Satisfaction Guarantee
Your satisfaction is our goal and our guarantee. Concerns should be addressed to PESI, Inc., PO Box 1000, Eau Claire, WI 54702-1000 or call 1-800-844-8260.

ADA Needs

PESI would be happy to accommodate your ADA needs; please call our Customer Service Department for more information at 800-844-8260.

Copyright : 03/17/2017

Module 4: New Developments in the Treatment of PTSD, Complex PTSD and Co-Occurring Disorders: Ways to Bolster Resilience

This is your opportunity to learn the latest developments in the treatment of PTSD, Complex PTSD and comorbid disorders from one of the world’s leading psychotherapists. Dr. Meichenbaum is a cofounder of Cognitive Behavior Therapy and he was voted “one of the 10 most influential psychotherapists of the 20th century.”

Attend this seminar and learn the assessment and treatment implications of research findings on neuroscience and resilience. Learn how to use a Case Conceptualization Model that informs treatment decision-making and ways to implement the Core Tasks of Psychotherapy that “expert” therapists employ. You will learn how to provide integrated evidence-based therapy with clients who experience a variety of comorbid disorders including PTSD and Prolonged and Complicated Grief Disorders, suicidal behavior, Substance abuse disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injuries. You will also learn how to integrate spiritually-based interventions and psychotherapy.

Dr. Meichenbaum will use his vast clinical and research experience, humorous, engaging, presentation style, along with video case presentations and provide a detailed and practical set of handouts with tools and techniques to be used in your practice.

OUTLINE

THE NATURE AND IMPACT OF TRAUMA EXPOSURE: THE “UNTOLD STORY” OF RESILIENCE

  • Controversies in the field of PTSD and Complex PTSD: “State of the Art”
  • What distinguishes the 75% of individuals who evidence resilience VERSUS the 25% who develop persistent PTSD and related co-occurring disorders and adjustment difficulties
  • The nature and neurobiology of resilience: Implications for assessment and treatment
  • Constructive Narrative Treatment Perspective: How to help clients develop “healing stories” and accompanying coping strategies
  • What resilient individuals DO and do NOT do
  • A Case Conceptualization Model of risk and protective factors that informs treatment decision-making

SPECIFIC EVIDENCE-BASED INTEGRATED TREATMENT APPROACHES FOR CLIENTS WITH COMORBID DISORDERS

  • The Core Tasks of Psychotherapy: What “EXPERT” therapists do
  • PTSD is more than a Fear-based Anxiety Disorder: The role of guilt, shame, disgust, anger, prolonged and complicated grief and moral injuries
  • Detailed clinical examples of INTEGRATED treatment with clients experiencing a variety of clinical disorders
    • Prolonged and Complicated Grief Disorder
    • Borderline Personality Disorder
    • Suicidal behavior
    • Substance abuse disorder (including how to integrate 12 AA step programs and ways to enhance Recovery Transition Coping skills)
    • Traumatic Brain Injuries and PTSD

HOW TO IMPLEMENT THE CORE TASKS OF PSYCHOTHERAPY

  • Develop, maintain and monitor a therapeutic alliance
  • Treatment-informed feedback
  • Collaborative goal setting using Motivational Interviewing to nurture hope and positive emotions
  • Psycho-education using a CLOCK metaphor
  • Teach intra- and interpersonal coping skills: Intervention guidelines on ways to increase the likelihood of treatment generalization
  • Bolster the client’s resilience in six domains: physical, interpersonal, emotional, cognitive, behavioral and spiritual
  • Integrate spirituality and psychotherapy
  • Address the needs of health care providers: Ways to bolster “vicarious resilience”

PRESENTATION OF A CLINICAL TOOL BOX TO BE USED IN YOUR PRACTICE

  • Detailed CLIENT-BASED Checklists
    • Coping strategies with Grief
    • Transition Recovery strategies from substance abuse
    • Consumer guidelines on how to evaluate treatment centers
    • 12 step AA checklist
    • Spirituality-based activities assessment and others

OBJECTIVES

  1. Critique the concept of PTSD and critically evaluate the “state-of-art” of treatment with traumatized and victimized individuals, families and communities.
  2. Employ a Case Conceptualization Model of risk and protective factors that informs assessment and treatment decision-making.
  3. Conduct evidence-based integrated trauma-focused interventions with a variety of disorders.
  4. Address the wide range of post trauma emotional reactions and comorbid disorders (Grief reactions, Suicidal behaviors, Substance abuse, Borderline Personality Disorders, Traumatic Brain Injuries).
  5. Implement the Core Tasks of Psychotherapy, including ways to address the needs of psychotherapists.
  6. Integrate spiritually-based interventions and psychotherapy.

Satisfaction Guarantee
Your satisfaction is our goal and our guarantee. Concerns should be addressed to PESI, Inc., PO Box 1000, Eau Claire, WI 54702-1000 or call 1-800-844-8260.

ADA Needs

PESI would be happy to accommodate your ADA needs; please call our Customer Service Department for more information at 800-844-8260.

Copyright : 03/10/2017

Spirituality and Psychotherapy: Integrating Your Clients Beliefs into Your Clinical Practice

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In the aftermath of experiencing traumatic events, most individuals in North America cope by methods of religious or spiritual activities. In this webcast, Dr. Meichenbaum will discuss the evidence for the incidence and impact of religious and spiritual modes of coping. He will provide you with specific ways to assess for the client's use of spiritual coping and discuss the variety of methods to incorporate spirituality and psychotherapy. The functions of spirituality in the recovery process and an examination of both the dangers and strengths of using religious forms of coping will be covered. A detailed handout complete with valuable worksheets will be provided.

OUTLINE

  • Discuss the evidence and functions of religious and spiritual coping activities
  • Systematically assess your clients’ spiritual and religious coping activities
  • The use of spirituality from a Constructive Narrative Perspective
  • Implement various evidence-based spiritually-oriented treatment approaches
  • Caveats concerning religious and spiritually-oriented treatment
  • Put it all together: Use of Therapist and Client Checklists

OBJECTIVES

  • Critique both the benefits and limitations of spiritually and religiously-based interventions
  • Assess the client's use of spiritual and religious forms of coping
  • Implement specific spiritual interventions and psychotherapeutic approaches

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Copyright : 01/27/2014