R. Denton – Mindfulness-Based Interventions: A Step-by-Step Guide to Improving Clinical Outcomes
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- Professor R. Denton, Psy.D.
6 hours and 11 minutes.
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Copyright: December 6, 2019
When it comes to assisting clients, mindfulness can be a very effective tool. However, far too frequently, we utilize the same typical mindfulness practices for each circumstance.
That strategy will let you down your customer and will not get the greatest outcomes. To properly harness the power of mindfulness, you must be able to adapt mindfulness practices to each particular scenario in order to achieve long-term outcomes.
Watch this recording to learn how, why, and when to use fundamental and advanced mindfulness practices into your therapeutic practice.
You’ll leave understanding how to use brain-changing mindfulness practices that are particularly suited to:
Obsessive and Compulsive Disorders
Disorders of Mood
Purchase today and receive step-by-step instructions on precise actions required to treat a wide range of illnesses and demographics!
Mindfulness-Based Interventions Manual (4.89 MB)
Outline 39 Pages Available After Purchase
Core Ideas in Mindfulness
Mindfulness Foundational Principles
How Does Mindfulness Fit Into All of the Other Approaches?
Top 5 Mindfulness Concepts and Techniques
Why Isn’t Mindfulness the Same as Relaxation?
Neurobiology: How Mindfulness Alters the Brain
Neuroplasticity – Brain Reorganization
Mindfulness in Treatment: Neurobiological Evidence Mindful Brain Changes Seen in Specific Disorders
Add Mindfulness to Your Clinical Practice
Why, How, and When Should Mindfulness Be Used in Practice?
Top Techniques for Teaching Mindfulness to Clients
Creating a “Mindful Relationship”
How to Assist Clients in Processing Internal Reactions
How to Integrate Mindfulness with Other Clinical Approaches
Top Strategies for Getting Clients to Practice Mindfulness Outside of Session
What Should You Do If Meditation Doesn’t Work for Your Client?
Seeing Mindfulness Through a Trauma Lens
How to Handle Trauma Arousal
How to Release Traumatic Thoughts and Feelings
Case Study – Lars: 53 years old, extensive history of childhood trauma and abuse, therapy hasn’t helped
How to Deal with an Aroused Mind and Body
How to Break the Panic Cycle
How to Deal with Anxious Thoughts
Mary, 35 years old, has high anxiety, fertility issues, and sleep disturbances/insomnia.
Techniques and Strategies for Anxiety that are Experientially Led
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
How to Become More Aware of Obsessive Thoughts
Mindful Actions to Avoid Compulsions
Case Study – Sally: 42 Year Old Patterns of Binge Eating Disorder and Anxiety How to Change Thought Processes in the Brain
Techniques and strategies for OCD and Compulsive Disorders that are experientially led
Depression and Mood Issues
Responding Mindfully to Depressive Thoughts
How to Raise Mood State Awareness
Case Study: How to Find Balance and Stabilize Mood – James: 58 years old, post cancer treatment, depressed mood, struggles with feeling connected to meaning
Techniques and Strategies for Depression and Mood Disorders that are Experientially Led
How to Relax the Mind
How to Find Acceptance in the Face of Pain
How to Redirect the Brain’s Attention
Case Study – Maria – Chronic Pain from Connective Tissue Disease, Mood Disturbance Complications, and Pain Avoidance Through Substance Use
Techniques and Strategies for Pain that are Experientially Led
Potential Risks and Research Limitations
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R. Brian Denton, Psy.D., Ph.D., is a Cleveland, Ohio-based licensed psychologist. Dr. Denton received his bachelor’s degree in psychology (B.A.) from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, his master’s degree in clinical and counseling psychology (M.A.) from Cleveland State University, and his doctorate in clinical psychology (Psy.D.) from Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio.
Dr. Denton also has a Ph.D. in Buddhist studies from Buddha Dharma University. Over the last 20 years, Dr. Denton has researched the eastern wisdom traditions extensively, traveling to a number of training institutions and monastic institutes in the United States and abroad to investigate meditation methods and their application to human psychological functioning. He is a Zen Master who received transmission as a Zen Teacher. He has led mindfulness and meditation retreats, teaches on his own, and applies his mindfulness knowledge in psychiatric therapy.
Dr. Denton has written about mindfulness-based treatment approaches as the lead author of the chapter “Clinical Uses of Mindfulness” in Innovations in Clinical Practice and as the third author of the book “Mindfulness in Clinical Practice,” which serves as a primer on mindfulness-based treatment approaches. He is an accomplished and sought-after presenter on a wide range of topics, particularly mindfulness, ACT, inclusion/diversity, and sexuality trainings.
Disclosures for Speakers:
Robert Denton is a private practitioner. PESI, Inc. pays him a speaking honorarium.
Robert Denton belongs to the Association of Contextual Behavioral Science, the American Psychological Association, and the Ohio Psychological Association.
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