Argosy University, Seattle

Continuing Education

Argosy University, Seattle and the Montlake Institute present

Mastering Family Challenges with Illness and Disability: An Integrative Model John S. Rolland, M.D.

A continuing education workshop following Grand Rounds at Seattle Children’s Hospital
Friday, March 1, 2013, 9:30am-4pm
Wright Auditorium, Seattle Children’s Hospital
4800 Sand Point Way NE Seattle, WA 98105

To sign up for the Workshop to follow the Grand Rounds, either
1. Make a check for $100 to Argosy University and send to:
Pam Dell Fitzgerald
Clinical Psychology,
Argosy University, Seattle
2601 Elliott Avenue
Seattle, WA 98121
OR
2. Register online with a credit card ($106.49), at: http://rollandmasteringchallenges.eventbrite.com

WHAT: John S. Rolland MD, a world-renowned authority on family systems, illness and disability, will present a 4.5 hour continuing education workshop entitled "Mastering Family Challenges with Illness and Disability: An Integrative Model" following his overview at Grand Rounds (1.5 CE hours).

WHEN: Friday, March 1, 2013
8am-9:30am Grand Rounds open to the public
9:30-9:45am Break
9:45-11:45am Continuation of program for all day participants
11:45-1:15pm Lunch (on your own)
1:15-3:45pm Final session for all day participants

WHERE: Seattle Children's Hospital, Wright Auditorium 4800 Sand Point Way NE Seattle, WA 98105

HOW MUCH: The Grand Rounds is free to the public (1.5 CE hours from University of Washington)
The full day program costs $100. (4.5 CE hours from Argosy University, Seattle)

WHO: Psychiatrists, social workers, psychologists, child and family therapists, nurses, physicians, child development specialists.

For more information: AUSContinuingEducation@edmc.edu

Integrated Behavioral Health – Continuing Education Program

Innovative medical practices are seeking counselors, nurses, social workers, physician’s assistants, and psychologists to serve as Integrated Behavioral Health Specialists. This certificate program prepares participants to meet the needs of these emerging roles in medical settings. The program consists of 8 two-day courses presented January through August, 2013. A total of 96 continuing education credits may be earned for the entire program. Certificate program faculty are active practitioners of the skills they are teaching; faculty include physicians, nurses, counselors, psychologists, and substance abuse professionals. Training emphasizes practical, hands-on skills interdisciplinary teamwork, as well as patient assessment and treatment.

Specific skills that will be developed include:

  • Patient-centered, collaborative team skills
  • Skills for improving patient adherence to treatment
    • Diabetes
    • Heart Disease
    • Asthma
    • Obesity
    • Smoking
  • Skills for screening and brief focused treatment of
    • Depression
    • Anxiety
    • Substance Abuse
    • Pain
  • Medical terminology basics
  • Skills for communication

Program Information for 2012-13

  • Eight intensive two-day (Saturday and Sunday) modules starting January 26, 2013 and ending August 4, 2013
  • Twelve hours per weekend
  • Total: 96 Continuing Education hours
  • Single course (12 CE hours): $50 registration + $250 course fee. Total: $300

OR

Entire Integrated Behavioral Health Certificate program (96 CE hours): One time $50 registration + $250 per course (8 total courses) = $2050

View the Integrated Behavioral Health Certificate program curriculum.

For additional information and registration contact The Continuing Education Department at Argosy University, Seattle:
Email: AUSContinuingEducation@edmc.edu
Phone: 206-393-3541

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