This webinar will provide participants with an overview of boundary issues and dual relationships that arise in behavioral health (for example, proper management of confidential and private information; practitioner self-disclosure; friendships and social contact with current and former clients; favors, gifts, and invitations; hiring of former clients; online and social networking relationships; unavoidable dual relationships).
While graduate level training programs in counseling, social work, psychology, and other behavioral health disciplines address the relevance of mandatory reporting, this program aims to further develop a clinician's mindset, practice, and expertise in how to deal with matters of reporting abuse.
When working or living with an adolescent with an Autism Spectrum Disorder, meltdowns may occur that may be a result of sensory overload, cognitive overload or due to inability to self-regulate emotions.
Clinical treatment planning in any mental health setting is often thought of as a necessary routine that must be completed in order to provide a guide for patient course.
Nearly everyone worries, over 25% of people believe they worry too much, and about 6% of people will suffer from generalized anxiety disorder (GAD).
Panic attacks are amongst the most dreaded of mental health problem. The most effective strategy for relieving panic attacks is interoceptive exposure (IE) which involves systematically bringing on the symptoms such that the person habituates and desensitizes to them.
Today's behavioral health practitioners face a wide range of unprecedented ethical challenges related to their use of digital and other technology.
What happens when the prefrontal lobe and frontal cortex are compromised due to faulty brain wiring and sensory traffic jams, such as seen in autism spectrum disorders, attention deficit disorders, anxiety disorders, mood disturbances, behavior disorders, post-traumatic disorders, poverty, attachment disorders?
Healthcare professionals are under more stress than ever evidenced by increases in demand for better services that are more efficient and thorough, higher costs, reduced staffing, and diminishing resources. Many healthcare workers are putting in longer hours and for less pay.