Guided Imagery (GI) is an evidence-based, non-invasive, cost-effective, simple intervention for chronic conditions. It is efficacious for conditions such as PTSD, sleep disorders and anxiety. Pain management clinics have used GI for decades. This unique and dynamic seminar outlines pathways and mechanisms involved and the research that supports GI’s efficacy. In the practical components of this seminar, you will experience GI as relaxation therapy, practice GI script writing and practice how to tailor GI scripts for each client. Learn how to implement GI successfully into your clinical practice and offer your clients another evidence-based treatment for chronic conditions.
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Dr Judy Lovas is an experienced educator in evidence-based Relaxation Therapy and Psychoneuroimmunology and infects others with her passion and enthusiasm for these subjects.
Judy teaches simple relaxation techniques so people can cope better with anxiety, depression, pain, sleep disorders, trauma and chronic conditions. She translates leading research in Psychoneuroimmunology into simple and easily understood concepts.
In the tertiary sector, Judy lectures in psychology, relaxation therapy, psychoneuroimmunology and cellular health. She researched psychological and immunological outcomes of relaxation in people with spinal cord injury. Judy conducts Relaxation Therapy Classes in Sydney and is a coordinator of the Northern Sydney Persistent Pain and Mental Health Professional Network.
When not teaching and presenting, Judy relaxes with family and friends.
Registration fee: $66
Lifetime access to the video and the resources
Attendance Certificate for 2 hours of interactive training.
This seminar provides 2 hours for CPD points.
You will need a steady internet connection, and a device such as a computer, tablet or phone upon which to view and participate.
"Expand your therapeutic skills by learning to use Guided Imagery to reduce effects of chronic conditions." Dr Judy Lovas
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