Reasoning with Unreasonable People: Focus on Disorders of Emotional Regulation


Best Western Durham Hotel & Conference Centre, 559 Bloor St. W, Oshawa, L1J 5Y6


 

Presented by Dr. Martin Antony, Ph.D.
 

In this six-hour program from the Institute for Brain Potential, health professionals will learn how people reason with selected disorders of mood, anxiety, OCD, anger, and personality.

Practical strategies will be presented to facilitate meaningful change in patients and health professionals working in medical, dental, and behavioral health settings.

Participants completing this program should be able to:
 

1. List several paths to achieving effective emotional communication.

2. Outline an effective strategy to reason with a person who has a disorder of mood, anxiety, OCD, anger, or personality.

3. Describe a strategy for reasoning or having a difficult conversation with a person who is experiencing pain, illness or vulnerability.

4. Describe a calming strategy including the practice of mindfulness for health professionals who are experiencing strong emotions.

Please click on these links for the Brochure and to Register

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