John B. Arden,PhD & Lloyd Linford, PhD ~ Online Web Lecture ~ 4hrs
Recent advances in the neurosciences, developmental psychology and psychotherapy research have altered our understanding of how and why people change. This training examines a new model that incorporates these recent findings and integrates them into psychotherapeutic practice. Using this ‘brain-based therapy’ paradigm, the training explores evidenced-based treatment strategies for depression, anxiety, and ADD, and treatments for the many patients who present with significant distress but no DSM diagnosis. Participants will learn a new system for case formulation that moves beyond the traditional theoretical approaches. Teaching methods include: PowerPoint lecture, discussion, graphics, video demonstrations and interactive exercises.
By the conclusion of the workshop, participants will understand:
• how successful psychotherapy affects different parts of the brain.
• the dynamics and limitations of outcomes research and evidence-based techniques for specific disorders.
• aspects of traditional therapies that are relevant to efficacious
therapy and aspects that are counter-therapeutic.
is Director of Training in Mental Health for Kaiser Permanente in Northern California. He oversees training in twenty-four medical centers, where over 100 postdoctoral residents and interns are trained each year. He is the author and co-author of 12 books, including ‘Brain-Based Therapy with Adults’ and ‘Brain-Based Therapy with Children and Adolescents’ (with Lloyd Linford), ‘Improving Your Memory for Dummies’, ‘Conquering Post Traumatic Stress Disorder’, ‘Consciousness, Dreams and Self: a Transdisciplinary Approach’, ‘The Heal Your Anxiety Workbook’ and ‘Stop Spoiling that Man’ (with Victoria Arden).LLOYD LINFORD Ph.D.
is the co-author of the ‘Brain-Based Therapy’ books and the editor of more than 30 other books on various scientific topics. Dr. Linford served as Chief Psychologist and the Chair of the Chiefs of Psychology and Social Work for Kaiser Permanente in Northern California. He is the Chair of Kaiser’s Annual Psychiatry and Chemical Dependency Conference and the Director of Psychiatry Best Practices, which develops evidenced-based programs for twenty-four medical centers in Northern California.
| How Our Online Courses Work:
Web Lectures feature our best Instructors, presenting material and using slides, conveniently divided into short sub-topics -- over the Internet. They tend to cover deep background, or foundational information; the didactic component of a good CE class. You can review them at your own pace.
There are no start or end dates for our online courses and they can be accessed at any time after you register.
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