Upcoming Medical Conferences in ArgyleSearch Criteria : United States of America Argyle
Nov 06 - 08, 2019 | CME 19.75 | USD $2300 | Argyle, Texas
Maintaining Proper Boundaries is organized by Sante Center for Healing and will be held from Nov 06 - 08, 2019 at Sante Center For Healing, Argyle, Texas, United States of America. Who Should Attend: This course is recommended to any licensed healthcare professionals in safety sensitive positions who experience difficulty establishing and maintaining proper boundaries. Hospitals, health systems, professional peer health programs may refer health care practitioners: • as a preventative measure for continuing medical education specialized for healthcare professionals ’ • as a behavior intervention; • or as an adjunct to a relapse prevention plan. Self-referrals are welcome. Accreditation: Credit Designation: The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center designates this live activity for a maximum of 19.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center designates the presentations, “Choosing Civility - A Discussion of Disruptive Behavior ”, “Ethics and Boundaries”, and “Traveling the Road Out of Here: Re-entry into Practice” for a total of 5.5 hour(s) in medical ethics and/ or professional responsibility. The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center certifies that non-physicians will receive an attendance certificate stating that they participated in the activity that was designated for 19.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Course Description: In a society of changing values and greater awareness of boundary violations, impacted constituents - patients, hospital corporations and Medical Boards - no longer accept inappropriate behaviors by physicians or other healthcare providers. Santé Center for Healing and The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center are jointly sponsoring a continuing medical education course "Maintaining Proper Boundaries," This is a 3-day training course providing self- assessment, knowledge, awareness, skills, applicable tools and prevention strategies to healthcare professionals with difficulty maintaining proper boundaries with patients, colleagues and/or staff. The "Maintaining Proper Boundaries" faculty is a mixture of tenured mental health clinicians and seasoned medical experts who create and encourage a course environment conducive to open discussions, sharing personal experiences and identifying next best steps for protecting physicians, their work environment and patients. The course utilizes a variety of lectures, multi-media inter-actives, and self-reflection to provide education, illumination and/or intervention that could save a license or a life. At course completion, participates will be able to successfully: • Identify the types of unethical behaviors and boundary violations that result in litigation, difficulty with the medical boards and/or hospital corporations, or action by other licensure boards • Discern behaviors and situations where the healthcare professional is most vulnerable to inappropriate involvement with patients, colleagues and/or staff members. • Recognize and develop strategies to avoid high risk situations and ethical dilemmas that leave the professional vulnerable to crossing boundaries. • Recognize high risk patients and identify how to avoid problematic situations with them. • Identify methods to safeguard the hospital, the office and other treatment settings. • Discuss the ethical and legal obligations for reporting and/or intervening on boundary violations of a colleague. • View and utilize Physician’s Health Program as an advocate.
Dec 03 - 06, 2019 | USD $2500 | Argyle, Texas
Mindful Transformation: Redefining Your Trauma - 4-Day Therapy Intensive Workshop is organized by Sante Center for Healing and will be held from Dec 03 - 06, 2019 at Sante Center For Healing, Argyle, Texas, United States of America. Description: Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) is an evidenced-based intensive trauma therapy treatment that focuses on examining and challenging maladaptive thoughts and feelings. When some individuals experience traumatic events such as physical and sexual abuse or assault, accidents, threats, combat, first responder calls, or have witnessed violence or death, often PTSD, or symptoms of PTSD develop. CPT focuses on the connections between thoughts, feelings, behavior and bodily sensations. Goals of intensive: • Improve understanding and impact of traumatic events • Decrease emotional numbing (i.e., difficulty feeling feelings) and avoidance of trauma reminders • Reduce feelings of being tense or “on edge” • Decrease depression, anxiety, guilt or shame • Improve day-to-day living Who can participate: • Individuals at least 3 months out from traumatic event(s). • Traditional psychotherapy treatment has stalled. • Able to participate in a group setting. • Not actively having thoughts of suicide, self-harming, or harming others. • Able to talk about the traumatic event without dissociating or having severe panic attacks. • Not actively abusing alcohol or drugs. • Deemed appropriate candidate by Lisa King, Intensive Workshop Therapist What Happens In The 4-Day Intensives? • Individuals receive information on common reactions to trauma • Identify and challenge unhelpful thoughts with structured therapy sessions • Complete regular out-of-session practice assignments for application • Examine the impact of their traumatic event(s) • Identify thoughts and feelings • Receive psychoeducation on Trust, Safety, Power and Control, Esteem & Intimacy Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.