Marin County Psychological Association Presents:
Lara Honos-Webb Ph.D.
Helping Clients Increase Productivity in The Age of Digital Distraction
This course is for therapists who work with clients that struggle to stay focused and get motivated. This may apply to the concept of “burnout” that is widely reported in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Burn-out is included in the 11th Revision of the International Classification of Diseases in the context of employment. Symptoms of burnout may include physical fatigue, lack of motivation, emotional exhaustion, negativity, and cognitive impairments. The material also applies to working with clients who have ADHD, or other executive dysfunctions. The course will examine the concept of digital distraction through the lens of smart phone use and addiction.
- List the three dimensions of burn-out included in the 11th Revision of the International Classification of Diseases
- Assess the client’s level of smartphone addiction using the Smartphone Addictions Scale – Short Version and Long Version
- Discuss at least four emotional triggers for smart phone distraction at work.
Saturday, November 12th
10:00 am to 12:00 pm 2 CE credits
MCPA Members: Free Non-Members: $50
Students and those not seeking CE credits: $10.
Register by clicking the register now button on upper right hand of this screen
Event can be found under event calendar at https://mcpa.clubexpress.com/
online to zoom platform - laptop or desktop with webcam and internet connection required. Smart phone can also be used. Zoom program download or app required.
Questions? Rick Pomfret: Rick@Therapy4Men.com or Mary Faucette: email@example.com
The California Psychological Association (CPA) is co-sponsoring with the Marin County Psychological Association. CPA is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists and recognized by the BBS to offer CE credit for its licensees. CPA maintains responsibility for this program and its contents.