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This program explores the many therapeutic applications of mindfulness in one’s practice. Discussed are mindfulness-based stress reduction and mindfulness-based cognitive therapy; the utilization of mindfulness in acceptance and commitment therapy and dialectical behavior therapy; applying mindfulness techniques to relapse prevention, smoking cessation, and eating disorders; using mindfulness in inpatient settings; individual approaches to using mindfulness; and how to incorporate mindfulness practices into couples, child, adolescent and geriatric therapy.
15 CE credits/hours, 150 questions
Psychologists | School Psychologists | Marriage & Family Therapists | Mental Health Counselors | Social Workers
- Discuss the concept of mindfulness.
- Explain how mindfulness is used for stress reduction.
- Describe how mindfulness is used in cognitive therapy.
- Recognize how mindfulness is used in dialectical behavior therapy.
- Discuss how mindfulness is used in acceptance and commitment therapy.
- Use mindfulness in relapse prevention.
- Apply mindfulness in smoking cessation.
- Utilize mindfulness in treating eating disorders.
- Present how mindfulness may be used in interventions within inpatient settings.
- Delineate mindfulness with couples.
- Explain how mindfulness may be used in therapeutic work with children and adolescents.
- Identify how mindfulness may be used in geriatric populations.
- Summarize individual approaches to using mindfulness.
Statement of Understanding (downloadable/printable)
"Mindfulness in Clinical Practice" - Final Exam Questions (downloadable/printable)