This presentation will address current obstacles healthcare providers encounter with client ambivalence and introduce useful solutions.
1. Reconceptualize client ambivalence as an opportunity for change.
2. Identify three ways of understanding client resistance as a treatment accessibility problem.
3. Identify three ways of unpacking treatment impasses; getting to the heart of ambivalence.
4. Identify three ways of transforming client ambivalence into productive change.
Trainer is Joy M. Tanji, PhD, Associate Professor at the Hawaiʻi School of Professional Psychology at Chaminade University
This presentation will introduce the concept of informed care, define trauma and teach the importance of the Universal Precautions approach.
1. Define trauma and understand its prevalence in the general population and healthcare settings.
2. Define and explore clinical examples of trauma informed care.
3. Define and understand the importance of the Universal Precautions approach.
4. Learn Pacific Survivor Center’s services available to patients and professionals.
Trainer is Dr. Nicole Littenberg, MD, MPH, Clinical Director of the High-Risk Victim Clinic at the Sex Abuse Treatment Center (SATC).