Benjamin White – Keys to Overcoming Challenging Patient Behavior in Rehab: How to Achieve Optimal Outcomes Despite Apathy, Anxiety, Anger, Depression, & Fear
Courses Content :
- Benjamin White
- 2 Hours 48 Minutes
- Audio and Video
- Dec 06, 2019
|Manual – Keys to Overcoming Challenging Patient Behavior in Rehab (8.3 MB)||48 Pages||Available after Purchase|
|Instructions for ASHA Credit – SELF STUDY ONLY – 12/06/19 (38.5 KB)||Available after Purchase|
Inside the Minds of Emotionally Resistant Patients
- Making sense of challenging behavior — a neuroanatomical perspective
- What triggers emotional resistance?
Interpret the Signs, Symptoms, and Causes of Emotional Resistance
- Avoidance of exercises
- Missed therapy sessions
- Oppositional behavior
- Fear of pain/discomfort
- Inactivity and isolation
Effective Techniques, Workarounds, and Strategies for Maladaptive Behavior
- How to capture attention early on
- Building and maintaining momentum
- Keys to rerouting attention from despair to joy
- Retraining perspective, step-by-step
- Important considerations for exercise dosage
- Salient approaches built on functional paradigms
Real-World Applications for Common Diagnoses
- Guillain-Barre syndrome
- Multiple sclerosis
Case Scenario: Help a Disengaged Patient Get Back on Track
Benjamin White, PT, DPT, C/NDT, LSVT BIG, is an expert in stroke rehabilitation who serves as the lead neurological therapist at a not-for-profit healthcare institution in Texas. A graduate of the University of Texas Health Science Center’s physical therapy doctoral program, he has treated a wide array of neurological diagnoses over the years, from concussions and vestibular disorders to stroke, Parkinson’s, and Guillain-Barré syndrome.
Dr. White is an award-winning clinical instructor, a renowned national speaker on stroke rehabilitation topics, and has published numerous articles on the topics of neuroplasticity and stroke. In addition, he serves on the Neuro-Development Treatment (NDT) publication committee and is the co-president of the Brazos Valley Parkinson’s Association.
Financial: Benjamin White has an employment relationship with Baylor Scott & White. He receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Benjamin White is a member of the Neurodevelopmental Treatment Association.