- R. Denton, PSY.D.
- 6 Hours 11 Minutes
- Audio and Video
- Dec 06, 2019
Mindfulness can truly be a powerful tool when helping clients, however, far too often we use the same common mindfulness techniques for each situation.
That approach short changes your client and won’t get you the best results. To truly unlock the power of mindfulness, you need to be able to adapt mindfulness techniques to each unique situation in a way that will lead to lasting results.
Watch this recording and get detailed guidance on the how, why, and when of incorporating core and advanced mindfulness skills into your clinical practice.
You’ll walk away knowing how to apply brain-changing mindfulness skills specifically tailored to:
- OD & Compulsive Disorders
- Mood Disorders
Buy today and get step-by-step instruction on specific interventions you need to treat a variety of disorders and populations!
|Manual – Mindfulness-Based Interventions (4.89 MB)||39 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Mindfulness Core Concepts
- Foundational Principles of Mindfulness
- How Mindfulness Fits Within All the Other Approaches
- The Top 5 Core Mindfulness Concepts & Techniques
- Why Mindfulness Isn’t the Same as Relaxation
How Mindfulness Changes the Brain – Neurobiology
- Neuroplasticity – Reorganizing the Brain
- The Neurobiological Evidence for Mindfulness in Treatment
- Mindful Brain Changes Seen for Specific Disorders
Integrate Mindfulness into Your Clinical Practice
- Why, How and when to Use Mindfulness in Practice
- Top Strategies to Introduce Mindfulness to Clients
- Building a “Mindful Rapport”
- How to Help Clients Be Able to Process the Internal Reactions
- How to Mix Mindfulness in with Other Clinical Approaches
- Top Strategies to Ensure Clients Adopt Mindfulness Outside of Session
- What To Do When Meditation Doesn’t Work for A Client
- Viewing Mindfulness with a Trauma Lens
- How to Respond to Trauma Arousal
- How to Loosen the Grip on Traumatic Thoughts and Feelings
- Case Study – Lars: 53 yr. Old Extensive History of Childhood Trauma and Abuse, Therapy Hasn’t Helped
- Experientially led Techniques & Strategies Designed for Trauma
- How to Respond to an Aroused State of Mind and Body
- How to Defuse the Panic Cycle
- How to Respond to Anxious Thoughts
- Case Study – Mary: 35 Yr. Old High Anxiety, Fertility Difficulties, and Sleep Disturbances/Insomnia
- Experientially led Techniques & Strategies Designed for Anxiety
OCD & Compulsive Disorder
- How to Increase Awareness of Obsessive Thoughts
- Mindful Actions to Circumvent Compulsions
- How to Change Thought Processes in the Brain
- Case Study – Sally: 42 Year Old Patterns of Binge Eating Disorder and Anxiety
- Experientially led Techniques & Strategies Designed for OCD & Compulsive Disorders
Depression & Mood Disorders
- Mindful Responding to Depressive Thoughts
- How to Increase Awareness of Mood State
- How to Find Balance and Stabilize Mood
- Case Study – James: 58 yr. Old Post Cancer Treatment, Depressed Mood, Struggles with Feeling Connected to Meaning
- Experientially led Techniques & Strategies Designed for Depression & Mood Disorders
- How to Calm the Brain
- How to Find Acceptance in Pain
- How to Change the Brain’s Focus
- Case Study – Maria – Chronic Pain from Connective Tissue Disease, Complications of Mood Disturbance and Pain Avoidance Through Use of Substances
- Experientially led Techniques & Strategies Designed for Pain
Potential Risks & Limitations of Research
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R. Brian Denton, Psy.D., Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist in Cleveland, Ohio. Dr. Denton completed his undergraduate work (B.A.) in psychology at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH, a Master’s degree in clinical and counseling psychology (M.A.) from Cleveland State University, and a Doctorate in clinical psychology (Psy.D.) from the School of Professional Psychology at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio.
Dr. Denton also received a Doctorate (Ph.D.) in buddhist studies from Buddha Dharma University. Dr. Denton has studied the eastern wisdom traditions extensively over the past 20 years, having traveled to a variety of training centers and monastic institutes around the United States and overseas to study meditation practices and their application to human psychological functioning. He is a Zen Teacher and was given transmission as a Zen Master. He has lead mindfulness and meditation retreats, teaches independently, and utilizes his expertise in mindfulness within psychological treatment.
Dr. Denton has published on mindfulness-based treatment approaches as the lead author of the chapter “Clinical Uses of Mindfulness” in Innovations in Clinical Practice, and as third author of the book “Mindfulness in Clinical Practice”, a primer of mindfulness-based treatment approaches. He is an experienced and sought after presenter on a wide range of topical areas, and in particular for trainings around mindfulness, ACT, inclusion/diversity, and sexuality.
Financial: Robert Denton is in private practice. He receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Robert Denton is a member of the Association of Contextual Behavioral Science; American Psychological Association; and the Ohio Psychological Association.
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