Location: Georgetown Campus, South Seattle College
Gene J. Colin Education Hall Bldg C.
6737 Corson Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98108
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From: June 21, 2019 at 9:00am to: 12:00pm
Trainer(s): Dan Overton, MA LMHC
Details: The brain is to mental health/illness as the heart is to heart health/disease. Similarly any injury to the heart will affect heart health and any injury to the brain can effect mental health. The prevalence of brain injury in behavioral health is higher than most think due mostly to the clients themselves not understanding the connection between an injury to the brain and the symptoms that can remain even ager a minor concussion and a lack of understanding about the connections between brain injury and behavioral health. This workshop will take a deeper dive into the connections of behavioral health and brain injury, how to identify brain injury in your clients and how to integrate successful strategies into your treatment plans.
Objectives: 1. Identify brain injury in clients. 2. Describe ways to incorporate brain injury interventions into treatment plans 3. Understand how brain injury can effect behavioral health conditions 4. Distinguish the differences between types of head injuries and why many may be minimalized and/or dismissed. 5. Identify at least 3 ways they may be able to assist the client in understanding and living with a brain injury.
Parking: $3/day on campus (pay at the Kiosk in front of the Colin Education Hall)
Free CEs & Clock Hours: Workshop certificate documents hours of instruction toward Continuing Education. Clock-hour forms are available free upon completion of the workshop.
The Veterans Training Support Center is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. VTSC maintains responsibility for this program and its content.