The Medical & Health Care Professionals' Resources To Momentum And Breakthrough
The Medical & Health Care Professionals' Resources To Momentum And Breakthrough Handouts, Videos, and Audio Files
1) Identify and address risk factors that, if left unattended, would put our clients at risk for compulsive behaviors;
(2) Provide psycho-education to our clients and teach our clients self-leadership to properly address the risk factors they are dealing with;
(3) Teach healthy intimacy skills (from communication skills to boundary setting and developmentally appropriate relationship development);
(4) Access a community of support for you, the provider: your self-care is vital to decrease your risk of burnout and compassion fatigue.
Table of Contents:
1.1 Four components of healthy behaviors (including healthy sexual behaviors) in children and adolescents
1.2 What is "normal" behavior (including normal sexuality) vs. too much (compulsivity) in adolescents and emerging adults?
2.1 Identify 5 risk factors that will make it more likely for young women to engage in sexually compulsive behaviors (sexual acting out)
2.2. Describe assessment tools to assess for each risk factor
3.1 Interventions to address each risk factor via:
-Application (“Homework”) for client and legal guardian;
3.2 Overview of community resources for at-risk females.
Downloadable Bonuses (Included):
-Strategies for More Calm;
-Development (And Developmental Tasks) Of Self-leadership;
-Strategies to Create Holistic (Self-) Leadership At Work;
-Strategies to Create Healthy (Intimate) Relationships.
Ongoing Support With Implementation Of Resources:
Access to closed (private) Facebook Group (alternative bi-monthly, online videoconferencing option available).
As medical professionals and health care providers we are often confronted with our clients' beyond-difficult circumstances, lack of coping skills, and complex situations to be addressed. At the same time, we are bombarded by the media with updates on crises, disasters, and tragedies while we are dealing with our clients' challenges. Furthermore, our personal lives and all there is to that is not exempted from its share of growth opportunities.
The above can make us feel as if out of control situations, other people's struggles with mental health, and uncontrollable circumstances are our daily bread and there is nothing that we can do about it. Subsequently we may feel that we do not have the strength to deal with life as it presents itself even if we could make a difference.
There are proven ways to create a sense of healthy power and calm in our lives: research shows that how we lead ourselves (also called self-leadership or self-regulation) can calm our stress response and thereby increase our physical vitality and well-being. Furthermore, there are evidence based practices to create healthy intimacy skills through the use of self-leadership in our clients' lives.
Self-leadership strategies have been found to increase
- Constructive thoughts;
- Successful behaviors to navigate today's complex face to face and online relationships;
- The ability to create intrinsic rewards (despite of what we have to deal with), and
- Physical vitality through, e.g., breathing, exercise, and healthy dieting.
Sibylle Georgianna, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist, PSY 25902, EMDR Certified Therapist, Certified Sex Therapist, Certified Sex Addiction Therapist, Certified Clinical Partner Specialist
P.S. At any time I would love to hear from you, feel free to email me ([email protected]) or text/call (917) 620 0481.