Dual Diagnosis: Understanding the Therapeutic Approach
Dual Diagnosis may be common among mental health populations but knowing therapeutic approaches when treating may not be as prevalent. The speaker of this course will walk you through how to diagnosis and treat patients with multiple conditions. You will also learn how intellectual disabilities play a role in therapy as well as techniques that can assist this population.
Speaker: Alyse Malmborg, MA, LCPC
Alyse Malmborg is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor who has worked with dual diagnosis patients for many years. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Criminal Justice from Lewis University and her Master of Arts in Forensic Counseling at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Alyse is trained in mindfulness-based interventions, dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), in addition to functional analytic psychotherapy (FAP). Alyse specializes in individual therapy, family therapy, anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts, personality disorders, relationship issues, grief and loss, trauma, cultural issues, micro-aggression, and life transitions.
"A mind is like a parachute. It doesn't work if it isn't open." -Frank Zappa
CE Units: 3 Credits
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