Anxiety - learn new ways of thinking about a client’s anxiety
'Anxiety – Learn New Ways of Thinking About a Client’s Anxiety and Creative Ways to Treat It' presented by Dr. David Flomenhaft.
Participants will learn a new and creative treatment innovation to stimulate insight, growth and change with their clients using process based therapy (PBT).
PBT is different from other treatment models as it is not a replacement for other psychological therapies. It’s a shift in focus. For example, somebody could do psychodynamic therapy or cognitive behavioural therapy in a process based way.
PBT is an evolving general psychological treatment model, developed by the creators of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and third wave cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). PBT is grounded in evolutionary science with an emphasis on individualized case conceptualizations to enhance client outcomes and prosperity.
1. Gain comprehension of the process based therapy model.
2. Learn how clients map their anxiety matrix and create a targeted treatment approach to reduce anxiety and improve coping skills.
3. Develop treatment progress tracking tools and learn to assess the worthiness of treatment interventions.
About the speaker
38 years of clinical practice with individuals and families for major hospitals, clinics and direct referrals.
David Flomenhaft, PhD, is a licensed clinical social worker. He received an MSW from Hunter College/CUNY and a PhD in Clinical Social Work from New York University. He provides therapy to individuals, families and couples. His Nassau County office is conveniently located in Malverne, NY.
In addition to his clinical practice, Dr. Flomenhaft has directed a local hospital’s comprehensive behavioural health services. This service has achieved state-wide recognition for integrating medical and behavioural health services. This initiative reflects his clinical practice focus of encouraging clients to achieve both optimal psychological and physical well-being. Dr. Flomenhaft has been an associate adjunct professor in Molloy College’s Mental Health Counseling Master’s program where he taught graduate courses in psychodiagnosis and addictions treatment.
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Note to attendees:
The content in this webinar is prepared for information purposes only. The webinar is not designed as a treatment for individuals experiencing a mental health condition. Nothing in this webinar should be viewed as a substitute for professional advice (including without limitation medical advice).
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