This intensive lab course will teach participants to use tools, based in research, to support the brain’s ability to rewire itself rather than retraining or relearning a specific skill. It will benefit clinicians in any treatment setting from acute care and medically fragile patients to behavioral and chronic issues.
- CEU DETAILS
This intensive lab course will help you link neuroscience to your clinical practice with a focus on evidence based interventions to improve measurable outcomes for adults and children with neurological challenges. It teaches you how to use tools to support the brains ability to rewire itself rather than retraining or relearning a specific skill. This course draws on the expansive brain-behavioral sciences to provide a framework for assessment, priority setting, prognosis and intervention for clients in any treatment setting from those with acute issues such as medically fragile diagnoses, behavioral issues, to those with chronic issues in any treatment setting.
At the conclusion of this course, the participant will be able to:
- Describe the neurobiology of therapeutic relationship and attachment as a healing force in therapy.
- Identify and describe the stress response as an antagonist to healing.
- Analyze the role of arousal as the driving force for attention, learning and rehabilitation.
- Apply a skill set of “tools” for building the brain as an aspect of neuro-rehabilitation.
- Demonstrate a preliminary understanding of the brain/body self-healing mechanisms and the implementation of complementary healing techniques.
Robin Harwell, is a dynamic instructor and clinician who takes complex information and easily applies it clinically. She has extensive experience in a variety of settings, including hospital, clinic, nursing home, home health, private practice and public schools. She has a thriving private practice and also consults to facilities on brain building programs. She utilizes a theoretical framework that is based on neurogenesis, neuroplasticity and neurodevelopment for assessment and treatment of her patients. Her workshops provide the latest in the neuroscientific research and its application to rehabilitation and development. She uses tools that support the brain’s ability to rewire itself versus teaching a skill. She is a sought after speaker throughout the US.
"I am so thankful for this course. It covered so many treatment options and broadened my understanding of each. Robin is an excellent teacher. Very clear and with great knowledge of how to treat patients from birth through the geriatric years. Thank you." -Laura Trendel - Occupational Therapist
"Great stuff! Gave me excellent insight into how to observe my patients' behavior and give them what they need to succeed." -Kaya Bowen, Speech Language Pathologist
"Robin is a knowledgeable presenter. She is approachable and personable. I received a menu of treatments to bring to work and being using easily and immediately. I also have a much more comprehensive understanding of the neurological basis of treatment protocol." -Donna Brilla, PT
"Robin is an excellent presenter with an abundance of knowledge and practical experience in this area. This course presented therapeutic activities that will be easy to bring back to use in a variety of settings for all patient types." -OT
"This course gave me a wonderful set of tools to add to my OT toolbox! I'm so excited to implement them with my patients!" -Lindsay Johnson, OT
"I am thrilled to see a therapist have an eclectic approach to the treatment of individuals! Robin is able to communicate her own experiences and express successful cases with the audience. Robin also provides a hands on experience to the therapists to provide in their own clinics. Thank you for the wealth of knowledge shared! -Patricia Cleary-Barcomb, SLP
"Robin's wealth of knowledge is phenomenal! I learned so many great hings I can use with my patients-and family!" -Dana Paulk, OT
“This course gave me the missing link I was seeking. I loved the way Robin presented her information, made all the complex information so easy to understand and use.” -Shaloo Choudhary, OT
“This course was everything I hoped it would be plus more. I am exploding with ideas to try with my rehab patients! I can't wait to bring this info back to my coworkers.” -Courtney Harris, PT
St. Mary's Healthcare System for Children
29-01 216th Street
Bayside, NY 11360
This course meets the criteria for 14.5 contact hours (1.45 CEU's).
Approved provider of continuing education by the American Occupational Therapy Association #3043, for 14.5 contact hours - Intermediate Level Occupational Therapy Process: assessment, intervention. The assignment of AOTA CEU's does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products or clinical procedures by AOTA.
The learning assessment for this course was successfully completed. This program has been approved for 14.5 clock hours of continuing education credit by the
Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Association (TSHA).
This activity provided by the Texas Board of PT Examiners accredited provider Approval #1910017TX for 14.5 CCU's and meets continuing competence requirements for PT's and PTA's licensure renewal in Texas.
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ASHA CEUs are awarded by the ASHA CE Registry upon receipt of the CEU Participant Form from the ASHA Approved CE Provider for 1.45 CEU’s.
NBCOT professional development provider-14.5 PDU's.