25TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE

INTRODUCTION TO A WHOLISTIC INTEGRATIVE COGNITIVE REHAB PSYCHOTHERAPY MODEL FOR YOUTH WITH BRAIN INJURY & CO-OCCURRING ISSUES

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Children and adolescents with brain injury typically experience co-occurring psychosocial issues and sometimes substance use and other issues. Accommodating traditional therapies for psychosocial, substance use, and other issues is essential in treating children and adolescents with brain injury. The integrative cognitive rehabilitation psychoterapy model offers a format for the rehabilitation therapist to provide several different therapies across identified domains within the clinical session. Cognitive sequelae of the brain injury are integrated into interventions and therapies over stages of recovery to provide the right therapy, at the right time, and at the right dose. Clinical examples are provided to elucidate strategies.

Once this expert shares his knowledge, you will be able to:

1) Describe the 7 thinking skills, 8 interventions, and 4 stages of recovery within the integrative cognitive rehabilitation psychotherapy model; and,
2) Describe how to create culturally sensitive and patient-centered goals and objectives.

*Submission of the conference evaluation form indicates your completion of the entire program.

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