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Casey Clardy. Many care team members (including PCPs) find themselves ill-equipped, under-trained, and unsure of how to best identify, treat, and manage behavioral health concerns within the fast-paced nature of primary care. This session is geared toward educating and equipping multidisciplinary care team members without specialized behavioral health training to effectively deliver brief interventions and adopt practical treatment strategies.
Aaron Fisher.Trauma has not simply impacted individuals, but substantially impacts our communities and nation. Leaving these realities unacknowledged truncates our hopes for healing and reconciliation. Explore the repercussions on our ability to provide care and on our call to be the redeemed and reconciled Body of Christ.
Cute Lee.This course will address the component of spiritual health and how to effectively administer skills to address spirituality in the primary care setting. Instilling hope is a major component for growth in therapy; spirituality is a key vehicle for that hope.
Grace Spencer.Forgiveness tends to have sticky religious and moral ties, which may make it a surprising intervention for survivors of sexual trauma. Even more surprising is the unique way forgiveness work uncovers anger and pain in such survivors, especially when it comes to self-forgiveness.
Various etiologies of dementia will be discussed and participants will be equipped with cognitive screening tools to utilize in clinical practice. Laura Shultz
Dorothy O'Neill, PsyD. In today's society divorce has become the way out of a difficult marriage. Divorce is an epidemic that not only destroys relationship but the very core of life. This session examines Integrated Behavioral Couples Therapy (IBCT).
Integrating Mental Health and Spiritual Well-Being into Your Primary Care Practice