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11 Feb, 2015
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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 6.0 hours CPD.
MS, LMHC, LMFT
Kate Cohen-Posey, MS, LMHC, LMFT, is the director of Psychiatric & Psychological Services in Lakeland, FL and has 40 years of clinical experience. She is the author of several books: Her best-selling client handout books offer concise information on common disorders and relationship problems; Making Hostile Words Harmless teaches how to disarm attack-defend-withdraw neural pathways and is endorsed by Stephen R. Lankton, protégé of Milton Erickson; Empowering Dialogues Within gives more than 50 examples of brain change strategies by wiring negative brain centers with their counter parts in the positive frontal lobe through dialogue. She is the inventor of the Handy Brain Model – a teaching tool that makes complex neurological information understandable. Kate has a knack for integrating wisdom from CBT, Ericksonian hypnosis, Gestalt, Ego State, EMDR, Somatic, and Brain-spotting therapies with knowledge emerging from neuroscience and brain imaging studies. She has also studied with the Hokori-Ji Zen Center and has been practicing yoga for many years.
Access for Self-Study (Non-Interactive)
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- Assess the extent of your knowledge of CBT protocols and interventions using fidelity rating scales.
- Practice mindfulness exercises that rapidly switch clients from the fight and flight to the rest and digest nervous systems.
- List three steps to detach from thoughts and how this accelerates treatment.
- Describe brain research that activates centers of positive emotion and circuitry for pleasure and reward.
- Implement a neurologically based protocol that combines CBT, mindfulness, and activation of brain centers for positive emotions.
- Discuss symptom specific treatment protocols that combine CBT, mindfulness and neurologically enhanced therapy.
CBT, MINDFULNESS, AND THE LATEST RESEARCH
- Demonstration: Use the CBT Thought Record
- CBT Protocol and Fidelity Scales
- Uncover core beliefs with guided discovery
- Demonstration: strategies that change core beliefs
- The impact of changing 12% of automatic thoughts
- Cognitive and affective principles compared
- Introduce clients to mindfulness*
- Three skills necessary for mindfulness*
- Everyday mindfulness*
- Body scans and the dopamine effect*
- Neurological advantages of compassion meditation*
- Mindfulness, the vagus nerve, and the dive reflex*
- Research on the efficacy of Mindfulness
Innovations on Mindfulness and CBT
- Cognitive restructuring v. cognitive de-fusion
- The language of parts and 2nd person core beliefs
- Three Ds: de-centering, de-fusion, dis-identification
- Exercise: Identify 2nd Person Core Beliefs
- Exercise: Personify core beliefs
- Accessing Insight, the self, and consciousness
- Exercise: Identify with and name resources*
- Neural research on Imagery
- Demonstration: Neurologically Enhanced Therapy (NET)
- Exercise: Dialogue Between Resources and Parts*
- Reverse dialogue—case example
- Compare traditional CBT and novel approaches
Treatment Protocols for Specific Disorders
- Behavior and anxiety disorders of childhood
- Anger management issues—reset affective curits
- Unresolved grief
- Panic Disorder—neutralize a surge of adrenalin
- OCD—charge an underactive caudate nucleus
- Obsessive jealously
- Impulse control disorders—apply trauma strategies to positive feeling states
*Items involve experiential exercises
Addiction Counselors, Case Managers, Counselors, Marriage & Family Therapists, Nurses, Psychologists, Social Workers, and other Mental Health Professionals
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