6 CE Credits/Hours - Online Course - $60.00
Developed by Barbara Cox, Ph.D.
This course includes materials consisting of:
General Course Description
This intermediate-advanced level course will give an overview of several brief stress reduction methods. First, it will include a discussion of the basic physiology of the stress response. Then, it will focus on techniques that therapists can teach their clients in a relatively brief time frame, including several innovative mind/body techniques to reduce psychophysiological arousal, as well as Cognitive Behavioral techniques to modify attitudes and reactions to stressors. As an added benefit, when you sign up for this course, you will receive complimentary supplemental material to use with your clients.
The course is comprised of four articles. The first article reviews the basic physiology of the stress response. The second article includes a detailed discussion and literature review of various kinds of meditation techniques. The third article discusses several treatment options for addressing stress management. The fourth article provides updates on the latest research and innovative tools in stress management. The final article provides references, resources and updates for the field of stress management.
This course will teach psychotherapists to:
1. Review/Discuss the physiology of the stress response.
2. Summarize different stress assessment tools and their uses.
3. Review several brief treatments for stress-related issues.
4. Present a concise discussion of the relevant literature and research supporting these treatments.
5. Apply stress management resources.