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Howard Schubiner, MD
1 Hour 57 Minutes
Jan 06, 2021
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Howard Schubiner, MD, is an internist at Providence Hospital in Michigan and a professor at Michigan State University. He’s the author of Unlearn Your Pain, Unlearn Your Anxiety and Depression and coauthor of Hidden from View.
Financial: Howard Schubiner is an attending physician at Children’s Hospital of Michigan; harper Hospital; Hutzel Hospital; and Detroit Receiving Hospital. He is a faculty member at Providence Hospital. He is an author for Mind Body Publishing and receives royalties. Dr. Schubiner receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc. He has no relevant financial relationships with ineligible organizations.
Non-financial: Howard Schubiner is a Fellow for the American Academy Pediatrics; a Fellow for the American College of Physicians; and a Fellow for the Society for Adolescent Medicine.
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- Appraise how the brain’s predictive coding mechanisms create and reinforce physical pain in clients.
- Determine in session if a client has psychophysiologic-induced pain.
- Analyze concepts of psychophysiologic pain to clients and implement pain reprocessing therapy.
- Perform Emotional Awareness and Expression Therapy techniques to help alleviate clients’ pain symptoms.
- Knowledge about Psychophysiologic Disorders (PPD)
- How is pain produced and processed in the conscious and subconscious brain
- What are some of the common manifestations of PPD
- Relationship between stressful life events and PPD
- Overview of treatment of PPD
- How to assess if someone has PPD, including examination skills if appropriate (Medical assessment)
- Medical history
- Review of records and imaging studies
- Review of symptoms checklist lifetime and pain map, ACE score
- Medical examination or review of medical examinations
- FIT evaluation: Functional, Inconsistent, Triggered
- Provocative testing: imagination and pressure testing
- How to determine the psychological cause of PPD
- Early childhood history—priming events
- Teen and early adult history—triggering events
- Later life history, search for themes and patterns
- Connection between onset and exacerbation of symptoms and stressful life events
- How to educate patients and personalize information about PPD
- Explaining PPD 101—the information
- Review themes and relate life events to onset and exacerbation of PPD symptoms
- Obtain feedback and answer questions
- How to implement the basic cognitive and behavioural elements of treatment: Pain Reprocessing Therapy
- Education as a basis of treatment
- Understanding the concepts and applying them personally
- Believing in them and self-confidence to allay doubts
- Developing self-confidence for successful recovery
- Affirmations for recovery
- Somatic tracking and mindful awareness
- Conditioned responses and outcome independence
- Graded exposure
- Description of expressive writing exercises, handouts only
- List of writing techniques (Lists)
- Free writing
- Unsent letters
- Barriers to recovery
- Responding to life situations
- Writing a new life narrative
- Description of the role of meditative exercises, handouts only
- Mindfulness practices
- Attending to emotional states
- Decreasing self-induced suffering
- Tolerating symptoms as transient events
- Guided meditations
- How to guide a PPD patient in emotional awareness and expression exercises
- Basic principles
- Description of steps in the process
- Demonstration of the process
- Conclusions, Questions and Answers
- Social Workers
- Marriage & Family Therapists
- Addiction Counselors
- Case Managers
- Other Mental Health Professionals
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