The Utah Psychological Association,
Good Coping Gone Bad
Presented by Gary Mitchell, LCSW
2 CE Credits
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EVENT IS BEING HELD ON MONDAY, A DEPARTURE FROM OUR USUAL FRIDAY EVENTS.
This presentation will be presented as a live, virtual presentation via Zoom webinar. Participants will be able to communicate with the presenter in real-time during the course of instruction. Consequently, this webinar meets the requirements as a live or face-to-face CE training by the Utah Department of Professional Licensing.
About the Presentation
Please join us for a presentation on Good Coping Gone Bad that will be presented by Gary Mitchell, LCSW. This live Zoom seminar will discuss ways in which the coping strategies we teach our patients can, at times, actually impede their progress in treatment, and how therapists can better discern which coping strategies would best serve a particular patient.
At the end of this program, participants will be able to:
- Discuss the importance of detecting treatment impairing use of coping strategies.
- Identify the ways in which specific coping can be used maladaptively.
- Identify ways that clinicians can assist their patients when they are using coping skills in a maladaptive ways.
About the Speakers
Gary Mitchell, LCSW
Mr. Mitchell is a senior staff clinician in the Center for OCD & Anxiety-Related Disorders at St Louis Behavioral Medicine Institute. He is a licensed clinical social worker who specializes in the treatment of children and adults with anxiety disorders and related problems. Mr. Mitchell is a frequent presenter at local and national meetings. His scholarly publications include the journal article entitled, “Clinical Management of Comorbidity in Anxiety Disorder Patients” in the journal Brief Treatment and Crisis Intervention.
|| UPA Members
| Early bird registration active through November 27, 2023
| After early bird registration
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||Non-Member Students /Residents
| No Charge
Register online at: www.utpsych.org OR Call Teresa Bruce at 801-410-0337