BT10 Short Course 05 - Leading Depressed Patients to H.A.R.M.O.N.Y - Consuelo Casula, Lic. Psych.
This workshop will present seven ingredients to draw from depressed patients in order to help them to find the harmony they need to start uplifting their lives. The ingredients are Hope, Awareness, Resiliency, Morality, Opportunity, Niceness and Yearning. Combined together, these ingredients are the leavening for a better future.
BT10 Short Course 24 - The Miracles of Mindfulness, CBT and Aerobic Exercise for ADD and Depression - Joseph Sestito, MSSA, LISW-S
The basics about mindfulness and cognitive-behavioral therapy will be explained, along with the research findings which show that aerobic exercise helps both ADD and depression through improving brain functioning. Participants will become acquainted with ten mindfulness skills, four CBT methods and five types of aerobic exercise which can help their clients. Participants will see how they can be the instruments who help their clients deliver themselves from distraction to distinction. With Joseph Sestito.
BT12 Dialogue 08 - Social Factors in Depression - Erving Polster, PhD, Michael Yapko, PhD
Given a topic, describe the differing approaches to psychotherapy, and identify the strengths and weaknesses of each approach.
BT12 Short Course 17 – Borrowing From Erickson’s Native American Roots to do Brief Therapy That Changes Lives and Lifestyles – Jeanne Hernandez, PhD
This workshop explores the Native American principles such as harmony, hope and respect as they relate to Ericksonian brief therapy, and introduces exercise for grounding and internal stability that ward off stress, depression and daily conflict and that simplify complex decision-making in life, all of which bring clients to therapy.
BT12 Short Course 25 – How to Thoroughly Co-Create Brief Therapy Efficiently and Effectively – Virgil Hayes, DO, MSW
Psychotherapy is a blend of art and science. However, the art of using a conceptual framework to co-create solutions is overlooked in favor of medical paradigms. This short course focuses on non-medical understandings of anxiety and depression creation to enable the clinician to be more effective in co-creating solutions. Case discussion and lecture for all skill levels.
BT12 Short Course 51 – Effective Management of Chronic Anxiety and Depression with Essential Neurobiological Communication – Bart Walsh, MSW
Learn how to access deep levels of mind-body functioning for remission of chronic anxiety and depression. Essential neurobiological communication (ENBC) incorporates a form of body language known as ideomotor signaling. Affected individuals learn to fully manage these chronic conditions. Resolve past emotion using a noninvasive protocol integrating a progressive ratification sequence for grounding emotional adjustments in thought, perception and behavior.
BT12 Super Course 01 – Treating Depression Experientially: Hypnosis and Mindfulness as Therapeutic Contexts – Michael D. Yapko, PhD
The cutting edge of rapidly expanding scientific evidence highlights that the more we learn about the biology of depression, the more important psychology and social experiences become in shaping recovery on all levels. Participants will learn to utilize therapy as a social process that can teach clients skills experientially in order to reduce and even prevent depression. Interventions involving skill building homework assignments, and experiential methods of hypnosis and mindfulness will be considered in depth through group hypnosis and at least one skill-building exercise.
BT12 Workshop 13 – The Lincoln Perspective: Lesson About Coping with an Overcoming Depression from an American President – Bill O’Hanlon, MS
Abraham Lincoln suffered from what was known as “melancholy” most of his life. In this presentation, you will learn the effective coping and self-treatment strategies he used to deal with and overcome lifelong depression. An inspirational talk with lessons for modern clinicians and clients.