Complementary & Integrative Treatments in Psychiatric Practice (CHES)
This course is only for CHES practitioners.
Evidence-based book with integrative and nutritional treatments to reduce medications and their side effects for people with depression, anxiety, bipolar, trauma, PTSD, and other disorders. For all practitioners, especially in the VA, group homes, and psychiatric settings with children, teens and adults. Use this book as a guide for plant-based interventions and mind-body practices, also includes equine therapy, neurostimulation, and visual management.
Choose between two options:
CHES Program ID # SS114228_CIT15 Max CHES 15 hours / Advanced MCHES 4 hours
CHES Program ID # SS114228_CIT30 Max CHES 30 hours / Advanced MCHES 8 hours
1.1.1 Define the priority population
1.3.1 identify data collection instruments
1.3.2 Select data collection methods for use in assessment
1.4.1 identify and analyze factors that influence health behaviors
2.3.7 Tailor strategies/interventions for priority population
1.1.4 Apply theories or models to the assessment process
2.3.3 Apply principles of evidence-based practice in selecting and/or designing strategies and interventions
3.3.2 apply theories or models of implementation
4.6.5 identify limitations of findings
About the author
Patricia Garbarg, MD, Philip Muskin, MD, MA, and Richard Brown, MD share what they have learned in over 30 years of clinical psychiatric practice.