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12 Hours 38 Minutes
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13 Nov, 2018
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Continuing Professional Development Certificates
PsychOz Publications, in collaboration with PESI in the USA, offers quality online continuing professional development events from the leaders in the field at a standard recognized by professional associations including psychology, social work, occupational therapy, alcohol and drug professionals, counselling and psychotherapy. On completion of the training, a Professional Development Certificate is issued after the individual has answered and submitted a quiz and course evaluation. This online program is worth 12.75 hours CPD.
MSW, LCSW, ACSW
Jonathan Jordan, MSW, LCSW, ACSW, is a renowned licensed psychotherapist and clinical supervisor who has a love for both animals and neuroscience. For decades, he has combined these two loves by incorporating animal-assisted interventions into his brain-based professional practice. Over the years, Jonathan has trained several of his own dogs to be successful therapy animals. Not only does he integrate his therapy dogs into his own practice, Jonathan also works closely with a variety of other medical and mental health professionals to engage his therapy animals in their respective treatment modalities. He has co-developed a unique and evidence-based approach to animal-assisted intervention, the KADRA Model, which engages animals to enhance mindfulness in humans. Jonathan is a long-time member of the prestigious Society for Neuroscience and is a charter member of the Society for Social Neuroscience. Thus, he has extensive knowledge of both human and animal neuroscience research.
Jonathan is an international speaker and author on the topic of animal-assisted interventions motivating others to harness the power of the human-animal bond. He has trained thousands of professionals in his unique synthesis of East-West brain-based practices and AAT. Jonathan is currently writing a book about animal-assisted interventions that explains the incredible range of therapeutic benefits that come from the human-animal emotional bond. He serves as a faculty fellow of Florida State University and was engaged by the United States Senate to deliver brain-based professional development workshops to the entire Senate Staff on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.
Financial: Jonathan Jordan is the President and part owner of Global Change Management, Inc. He is a financial donor to Pet Partners; and Canine Companions for Independence. Mr. Jordan receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Jonathan Jordan is a member of the National Association of Social Workers; Society for Neuroscience; and Society for Social Neuroscience.
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- Utilize the KADRA Model to incorporate animals in your current treatment to improve clinical outcomes.
- Summarize the role of animals in enhancing mindfulness in humans to help reduce symptomology.
- Explain the difference between a therapy animal and a service animal as it relates to clinical treatment.
- Describe the difference between the roles of the animal handler and the treatment provider in a therapeutic setting.
- Summarize the research related to clinical outcomes of Animal-Assisted Therapy as it relates to assessment and treatment planning.
- Implement Animal-Assisted Therapy (AAT) interventions to reduce symptoms of trauma, stress, anxiety and depression in clients.
- Develop AAT interventions to treat deficits and disabilities related to speech-language pathology, occupational therapy and physical therapy.
- Construct a comprehensive treatment plan that incorporates AAT interventions to improve clinical outcomes.
- Differentiate between the major federal laws that impact AAT to inform clinical treatment.
- Articulate the definition of Animal-Assisted Therapy and how it differs from other animal-assisted interventions.
- Implement three different types of AAT that are included in the KADRA Model.
- Present specific attributes and characteristics to identify when choosing a suitable therapy animal for AAT.
A Framework to Harness the Power of the Human-Animal Bond in Treatment
Mindfulness of Animals – Help Humans Thrive Not Just Survive
- The KADRA Model of Animal-Assisted Interventions
- Incorporate AAT with other evidence-based therapies
- The major categories of AAT
The Incredible Range of Therapeutic Benefits in Animal-Assisted Therapy (AAT)
- The neuroscience of the human-animal emotional bond
- Why zebras don’t get ulcers
- How animals help us overcome trauma
PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF THE KADRA MODEL
- Evidence-based research and outcomes
- Therapy animals, service animals and emotional support animals
- Disorders that respond well to AAT
- Enhance the therapeutic relationship
- Limitations and potential risks
Treatment Planning and Goals
Practical Examples/Case Studies of AAT for:
- How to include AAT on a treatment plan
- How to document AAT in progress notes
- What you need to know about billing
- Considerations for closure
- Interaction techniques for client and animal
Start Your Own Animal-Assisted Program
- Mental, Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
- Trauma and PTSD
- Anxiety and depression
- Conduct Disorders
- Autistic Spectrum Disorder
- Social-emotional regulation
- Loneliness and self-esteem
- Speech-Language and Learning Disabilities
- Language and literacy
- Vocabulary improvement
- Increase verbal interactions and communication
- Physical and Occupational Issues
- Fine and gross motor skills
- Standing balance
- Stroke and geriatric issues
- Sensory processing
- Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)
- How to choose your therapy animal: Qualifications and characteristics
- Common and less common animal species involved in treatment
- Dog training basics
- Protocol for introducing animal and client
- Organizations and resources
- Social Workers
- Occupational Therapists
- Physical Therapists
- Speech Language Pathologists
- School-Based Personnel
- Activity Directors
- Addiction Professionals
- Marriage & Family Therapists
- Nursing Home Administrators
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