Professional Education Programs
Motivational Interventions for Use in Therapy: Lessons from the Study of Exercise
The length of time to a treatment response - five weeks, 12 weeks, or 52 weeks - is the timeline of emotional suffering. This is true for the patient in treatment and is also apt for the broader family of people affected by a psychiatric disorder. Patient motivational issues as they arise in treatment with a focus on motivational interventions as exemplified in the context of exercise interventions for panic disorder or depression. Clinical interventions that are meaningful, memorable and lead to rapid change in patients will be exemplified and related to broader models of disorders and disorder offset.
Michael Otto, PhD; Professor of Psychology, Boston University
March 29, 2013 // 1pm - 4pm // 3 CECs // $65
*A discount is available if you register for both workshops taught by Michael Otto on March 29, 2013. Please call our office at 617-353-3756 to register for both courses.