- Shelly Weaverdyck, PhD, Independent Consultant and Former Director of the EMU Alzheimer's Education and Research Program
- Rachel Hatton, PsyD, Licensed Psychologist
Part 4 Description:
This seminar will focus on assisting people toward recovery. Interventions based on assessment of cognition, (eg visuospatial, perception, and comprehension) will be identified and developed. Healing through relationship will be explored. Inviting people who have experienced extreme states into dialogue, understanding the language of 'symptoms', enhancing emotional safety and reducing risk will be discussed.
Part 4 Goals and Objectives:
- Identify three intervention strategies that address cognition.
- Identify three environmental interventions.
- Identify three communication strategies.
- Identify three structural features of a task that can be modified.
- Apply basic ideas of three evidence-based approaches to improving quality of life: Compassion-focused, psychodynamic, and Acceptance and Commitment therapies for psychosis.
- Apply collaborative methods of safety planning and risk reduction.
You MUST participate in Part 3 before participating in Part 4!
Registration Fee: $35/person and includes breakfast, lunch, and an afternoon snack