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Navigating the Issues of Providing Psychotherapy in Treating Pain: An Essential User’s Guide for Lawyers and Physicians

Navigating the Issues of Providing Psychotherapy in Treating Pain: An Essential User’s Guide for Lawyers and Physicians

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Credits
Substantive: 0.5
Published
2016
Presenter(s)
Tigerson Young
Source
Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia
Provider
Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia
Language
English
Length
30 minutes
Price
$79.00 plus tax
Soft Tissue Injuries: Building a Better Community of Practice

In this presentation, registrants will

  1. Explore  the relationship between psychological factors and pain arising from soft tissue injury;
  2. Discuss the historical development and the overall purpose of psychotherapy;
  3. Discuss what the underlying assumptions and mechanisms of Cogntive-Behavioural Therapy are;
  4. Examine the underlying assumptions and mechanisms of Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy are;
  5. Discuss how the effectiveness of psychotherapy is optimized in the integration with allied services (e.g. psychiatry,  physiatry, occupational therapy, etc.)
  6. Discuss the psychologist’s perspective and parameters for providing services for  insurance companies and legal counsel (e.g. Referrals, insurance funding, reporting and confidentiality etc.)

Presenters

Tigerson Young

DR. TIGERSON YOUNG, R. Psych.  is a Registered Psychologist in BC since 2007 and a Canadian Registered Health Service Psychologist since 2008.  He is currently in a full-time private practice at Chuck Jung Associates.  In addition to his private practice, Dr. Young teaches as a sessional faculty at the University of British Columbia, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, and Thompson Rivers University.  He also co-hosts a monthly Cantonese-speaking radio show on AM1470 about psychology.

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