I don’t know about you, but I am always open to learning about techniques to help my patients solve problems. In his presentation this week, Dr. Arthur Nezu will suggest treatment strategies to help our patients cope more effectively with difficult life situations by fostering the adoption and effective implementation of adaptive problem-solving attitudes and behaviors in order to reduce depression.
Dr. Nezu is Professor of Psychology, Medicine, and Public Health at Drexel University and co-author of “Problem-Solving Therapy: A Positive Approach to Clinical Intervention”. He has contributed to over 175 scientific and professional publications, including 20 books. He co-developed Problem Solving Therapy (PST), a cognitive-behavioral intervention that has been empirically found to be efficacious for treating a wide variety of populations.
I am looking forward to his workshop!