The four-part NAVIGATE intervention begins with medication management agreed upon with the patient, family psychoeducation
, resilience training for the individual patient, and education and employment support.
and peer support through the 12 Steps; and
We believe this is a novel finding with important implications for the psychoeducation
of children whose parents have mental illness.
Topics covered include psychoeducation
, relapse prevention, self-esteem, managing emotions, communication skills, relaxation, problem solving and relationship building.
Treatment components include psychoeducation
and parenting skills, relaxation, affective modulation, cognitive coping and processing, trauma narrative, mastery of trauma reminders, conjoint parent-child sessions, and safety planning.
The intent and purpose of this Invitation for Bids (IFB) is to establish a term contract with multiple Contractors to provide non-residential sex offender assessments, psychoeducation
and relapse prevention treatment services for adult sex offenders assigned to the Department of Corrections, District 4 Accomac, hereinafter referred to as the Purchasing Agency.
about the nature of a substance use disorder as a medical condition.
for patients during individuals and group visits.
While there is evidence to support treatments for patients with active psychiatric disorders, interventions such as psychological first aid and debriefing, crisis counseling, and psychoeducation
for distressed individuals have not been adequately evaluated to determine whether they help or hurt in disaster settings.
She is an enthusiastic advocate for the possibilities of recovering from the curveballs of chance and reclaiming life through comprehensive psychoeducation
and implemented lifestyle change.
It then offers therapy stories for children, adolescents, and caregivers, which address issues and symptoms that occur after trauma and the coping skills needed in terms of psychoeducation
, relaxation, affect identification and expression, cognitive coping, trauma narrative work, in vivo exposure, parent-child work and attachment issues, and ensuring safety and well-being.
The UC San Diego researchers have used the new information to create new treatment strategies, including psychoeducation
- teaching patients why symptoms occur and how to more effectively cope.