Approved for 3 CEs - details below
In a climate of fear and social isolation, created by the COVID-19 pandemic, therapists are suddenly being asked to help clients deal with the imminent threat of a deadly disease without the person-to-person contact they value as the heart and soul of psychotherapy.
To be alone and dysregulated in a dangerous world is not only frightening but also triggering for many clients. And adding to the difficulty, virtual therapy poses technical problems (like poor reception and unfamiliar technology), creating more anxiety and increased feelings of aloneness and deprivation.
This program offers ways of differentiating the effects of here-and-now threat from body-based implicit memories of danger.
You will have unlimited access to watch the video through May 12, 2021. In addition, you can download a handout of slides and a transcript, so you can enjoy learning at your own pace. Print the transcript and handout, take notes on them, and keep a valuable reference library you can refer to at your fingertips.
Due to COVID-19, SPI is finding new ways to continue to support the mental health community. This webinar is one of several resources we have developed to support you in helping clients during this challenging time. You can find additional resources (many are free) in our COVID-19 resource library.
The financial impacts of this pandemic are varied and widespread. That is why we are offering you the ability to choose what you pay for this digital seminar.
If your finances have not been impacted, please consider being a champion of learning opportunities like this. Your payment covers the basic costs of delivering this learning opportunity including faculty time, plus institute overhead so we can keep bringing this work to the community.
PURCHASE 3-HOUR WEBINAR
OR, UPGRADE FOR EXPANDED Q&A
In addition to the primary 3-hour digital seminar, further your learning to include a pre-recorded, 2-hour Q&A follow up with Dr. Fisher. The expanded Q&A was recorded on May 11, 2020, as a supplement to the original presentation.
Note: No written transcript or handouts are provided for the Expanded Q&A and no additional CE credits are offered for it.