People diagnosed with psychosis and schizophrenia frequently feel both hopeless and helpless. Unfortunately, many providers often feel the same way. This training will address the prevalent hopeless/helplessness by offering practical tools to enhance coping, reduce distress and better understand psychotic experiences. Emerging resources and approaches to helping people in severe distress, such as Open Dialogue and Hearing Voices Networks will also be presented.
Training will include:
- Effective tools to help reduce distress and enhance coping for people diagnosed with psychosis and schizophrenia.
- Newer approaches that seek to make meaning of psychotic experiences.
- Techniques designed to restore a sense of hope and self-efficacy.
About Your Trainer
Wayne Munchel, LCSW, is currently an Independent Consultant and Trainer with over 30 years experience working with both adults and youth with serious mental health conditions. Mr. Munchel was formerly the TAY Services Director for Stars Behavioral Health Group and developed the TAY Toolkit for CIBHS. Read more about Wayne.
For more info, contact Wayne Munchel at email@example.com or (562) 857-2319
$50 + 3 CEUs | REGISTER HERE