The Professional Development Committee's Affordable Workshop Series continues: July 2015
The BioPsychoSocioEnviroSpiritual Model: A Practical and Common Sense Approach to Conducting Therapy with Clients
Friday, July 24
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
3 CE HOURS
3 CE credits for psychologists
3 (clinical) CE credits for social workers
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
1015 15th Street, NW, 4th Floor, Washington DC 20005
The BioPsychoSocioEnviroSpiritual (BPSES) Model is a comprehensive and integrated understanding of brain-behavioral functioning that incorporates prominent organizing principles from different theoretical viewpoints and therapeutic strategies and techniques. The model is flexible, cohesive, and complimentary. The client’s progress can be tracked throughout the treatment process while simultaneously remaining compatible with well accepted basic theoretical concepts and procedures drawn from the latest research in the fields of biology, psychology, sociology, environmentology, and spiritualology.
Objectives: At the conclusion of the workshop, participants will be able to:
1. Identify and define the electrochemical and anatomical components of the brain and how they affect our cognitions, affects, and behaviors.
2. Identify and define the five major domains within the BPSES Model and list both the coping resources and the stressors found within each of the domains.
3. Describe how BioSocioEnvironmental variables can emotionally hijackyour Prefrontal Cortex.
4. Describe how experiential spontaneous and creative action-oriented approaches produce more effective outcomes for your clients.
Presenter: Ronald J. Klein, PhD, ABPP, CCS/Psychologist
Accreditation provided through the South Carolina Psychology Association. (DCPA and SCPA co -sponsor these programs). South Carolina Psychological Association maintains responsibility for the program and its content.
This program is also approved by the National Association of Social Workers (Approval #886707176-3065) for 3 clinical social work continuing education contact hours.”