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  • How Professional Psych Seminars Helps Mental Health Professionals with Their Patients

    As a mental health professional, it’s essential to find effective ways to help your patients deal with pain and suffering. You can successfully achieve this with the help of our online continuing education courses at Professional Psych Seminars. By keeping up with the latest information about these topics, you can be a more effective mental health professional in your practice.

    About the Freedom from Chronic Pain and Suffering: A Journey of Hope Course

    As many as 116 million Americans suffer from chronic pain, which can be detrimental to one’s mental health. The Freedom from Chronic Pain and Suffering: A Journey of Hope course focuses on chronic pain and will teach participants what specific clients need to be free from suffering. The answer is different for each patient, which is why the presentation will focus on physical, spiritual, psychological, and social/cultural topics. If a treatment plan doesn’t address all four areas, the method may not be as effective as it could be.

    Also discussed are the three major components of an effective chronic pain management treatment plan: an emotional pain management plan, proactive non-medication based and holistic intervention methods, and effective and safe medication management. This 6.0 credit course will further identify challenges that can get in the way of a chronic pain management plan, as well as the necessary steps to help patients achieve freedom from their suffering. Some roadblocks that patients must overcome are also discussed, all of which will help improve their quality of life.

    About Continuing Education Courses for Mental Health Professional

    At Professional Psych Seminars, we offer a variety of continuing education courses for mental health professionals. All our courses are risk-free and can be done at your own pace. To learn more and/or discuss your CEU credit options, call our team at 1(877) 777-0668 or visit our website at www.psychsem.com today.