This course examines the various advantages and requirements of outpatient telepsychology for neurologic, medical, and disability patient groups. The course meets the PSYPACT annual requirement of CE relevant to the use of technology in psychology.
Multiple Sclerosis: Adventure & Wilderness Programs
Structured outdoor programs, like First Descents, provide the opportunity for trialing skills talked about in therapy - testing perceived capabilities, practicing problem solving, and improving communication skills. Learn more with this course.
I can't get my words out! How a therapist can assess and address Multiple Sclerosis related cognitive challenges
For mental health providers who want to help their patients with multiple sclerosis-related cognitive challenges. In this course, you will learn how to assess and address these challenges using an evidence-based, person-centered approach.
Multiple Sclerosis: Employment & Disability
This three-part podcast course will help you guide your patients through a tricky maze of employment issues - from the time they are diagnosed with MS to deciding to leave the workforce.
Multiple Sclerosis: Individual and Group Mood Interventions
Up to half of individuals living with MS will experience symptoms of depression. However, not every bad mood is depression. In this episode we will learn the difference between a diagnosable emotional disorder and normal fluctuations in mood.
Multiple Sclerosis: Feeling Drained. Fatigue & Sleep Challenges
In this podcast course you'll learn about the challenges faced by those with multiple sclerosis when it comes to fatigue and sleep. You'll also learn strategies for helping your patients cope with these issues.