Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes,PhD, LPC-MHSP, LMHC

Based on Counselor Toolbox Episode 165

Objectives:

  • Explore the concept of anxiety and regret being energy tied up in the future and the past
  • Identify 5 anxiety management techniques and learn methods to tech those
  • Identify 5 regret interventions and learn methods to teach those
  • Identify 5 ways to help clients find happiness on a daily basis: Daily scavenger hunt

Contact Hours 3

Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes

Based in Part on the Following Text: Love Me Don't Leave Me by Dr. Michelle Skeen

Objectives

  • Review Bowlby's theory of attachment
  • Explore the types of attachment
  • Learn about Hazan and Shaver's Adult Attachment Theory
  • Identify the impact of insecure attachment
  • Explore ways to help clients change their attachment style and feel more secure in relationships
  • Help clients increase awareness of their story including beliefs about and behavioral reactions to situations that trigger their fear of abandonment Learn about fear of abandonment
  • Explore the concept of schemas or core beliefs Examine common traps in thinking, reacting and relationships
  • Learn skills necessary to
    • Accept their past as part of their story
    • Acknowledge that their past does not have to continue to negatively impact them in the present

NIMH Video course on current mental health issues and best practices

OBJECTIVES

  1. Dennis S. Charney, M.D., Chief of the NIMH Mood and Anxiety Disorders Research Program, will discuss the latest research on the causes and treatments of anxiety disorders.
  2. Dr. Pine will discuss what is known (and not yet known) about anxiety disorders, including what scientists have learned about the medical consequences of not getting appropriate treatment.
  3. The Effects of Stress video highlights the impact of stress on triggering, worsening and impeding recovery from anxiety disorders
  4. Participants will be able to discuss the role of the counselor in assisting people to overcome anxiety
  5. Participants will be able to discuss treatments for anxiety.

Contact Hours: 6

Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LPC-MHSP,   

Course Objectives:

  •      Explore information on the use of the current edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders
  •      Identify the eight steps of psychiatric management for persons with panic disorder
  •      Explain how to select the most appropriate treatment settings
  •      Summarize the psychopharmacological recommendations for treating panic disorder
  •      Summarize the length of treatment and the tapering process
  •      Identify the types of psychoeducation we should be provided to patients with panic disorder
  •      Identify five ways to increase treatment compliance
  •      Summarize psychosocial interventions for panic disorder
  •      Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the different treatment modalities


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Contact Hours: 2

Instructor: Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD,

Objectives:

  • Identify the symptoms of panic
  • Examine the function of panic
  • Explore ways panic can become dysfunctional
  • Identify the impact of panic on the person and recovery
  • Identify interventions that are commonly used to address panic and prevent relapse
  • Help for family members or significant others in dealing with a person with this issue


Contact Hours: 2

Instructor: Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD

Based on Counselor Toolbox Episodes 150 and 026.

Objectives:

  • Identify the symptoms of anxiety
  • Examine the function of anxiety
  • Explore ways anxiety can become dysfunctional
  • Identify the impact of anxiety on the person and recovery
  • Identify interventions that are commonly used to address anxiety and prevent relapse
  • Help for family members or significant others in dealing with a person with this issue