At Sovereign Health, we are committed to staying on the cutting edge of mental and behavioral health treatment. One of the primary ways we keep our expert staff informed on the latest breakthroughs in the treatment field is through our continuing education (C.E.) program. With the help of our educational program, the Sovereign Institute, we are able to conduct hourlong online courses for those in the health care industry. These webinars are presented by speakers who excel in the fields of psychiatry, psychology, substance abuse and many additional behavioral health conditions.
Furthermore, all of our webinars meet the National Association for Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors’ national requirements for one-hour C.E. credits. The credits are applicable for marriage and family therapists (MFT), licensed professional clinical counselors (LPCC) and licensed social workers (LCSW) as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences, or BBS. They also meet the requirements mandated by the California Board of Registered Nursing for registered nurses (RN) and licensed vocational nurses (LVN).
By offering monthly presentations on the most current approaches to treatment, we elevate the quality of care available for people in need. If you would like to learn more about these educational resources, Sovereign also provides archives to past webinars for your viewing convenience. These courses are free and available to anyone who wants additional information or tools regarding addiction, mental health issues and recovery.
If you would like to become one of our webinar speakers please feel free to contact us at any time.
Sovereign Health Group is a residential rehabilitation treatment company for substance abuse, mental health disorders and dual diagnosis. Our expert staff provides our patients with cutting-edge treatment programming and a full continuum of therapeutic care monitored by various licensed health professionals.
Topic: Performing Under Pressure
Speaker : Hendrie Weisinger, Ph.D.
Date: Wednesday, October 19
Registration: OpenTime: 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM PST
Earn 1 Free C.E. Online!
This presentation focuses on the emerging clinical intervention, pressure management. A growing body of recent research, including studies from Yale Law School (2015) and studies reported in The APA Monitor (2014) indicate individuals who experience frequent feelings of pressure are prone to experience specific mental health disorders such as depression, substance use disorder and anxiety disorders including performance anxiety and social phobias. Similarly, there is a significant amount of research that clinical populations, those with existing anxiety disorders and eating disorders, and substance abusers have an inability to manage pressure.
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