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Advanced Principles of Patient-Client Management: Called to Care

$600


Credit: 15 Hours

Length: 4 weeks

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For: PT, OT, PTA, OTA


Course Description

This course serves as the final faculty led course for the Integrative Behavioral Health for Rehab Providers program. Learners will explore what it means to truly humanize healthcare and develop practical applications for their personal practices through the lens of behavioral health. The learner will formulate a personal philosophy of how behavioral health concepts, empathy, and positive psychology integrate into your clinical practice.

Objectives

By the end of the course, a successful learner will be able to:

  • List four ways that healthcare professionals can establish high-quality connections with their patients.
  • Discuss ways to incorporate Fredrickson’s broaden-and-build theory of positive emotions to daily clinical situations.
  • Define self-efficacy and explain its role in the healing process.
  • Define placebo & nocebo effects and discuss specific behaviors and words that skew a care experience toward one or the other.
  • Define empathy and explain the science behind its benefits for both the healthcare provider and the healthcare recipient.

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