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SPR04 Spirituality - Clinical Practice Spiritual Emergencies
The DSM and Spiritual Emergencies
Course Objective
This program provides clinicians with the opportunity to learn about:

Spirituality and the DSM and mental disorders
Training to deal with spiritual issues
Spiritual issues and billing
Spiritual versus spiritual crises
Misdiagnosing spiritual crises

Intended Audience
Nurses, Psychologists, Social Workers, Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists, Addiction Therapists
Author Bio
DAVID LUKOFF, Ph.D. David Lukoff, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist in California, professor of psychology and chair of the faculty at Saybrook Graduate School and Research Center in San Francisco, and he is a part-time staff psychologist at San Francisco VA Medical Center.  He is the author of 50 articles and chapters on spiritual issues and mental health, one of which won the “Exemplary Paper Award” from the Templeton Foundation.  He is coauthor of the DSM-IV category, “Religious or Spiritual Problem,” and he lectures internationally on spirituality in mental health and mental illness.  He is the Webmaster of the Online Guide to the Transpersonal Internet, the Spiritual Emergency Resource Center, and he recently founded Internet Guided Learning website.
Certificates
ASWB ASWB
Florida Board of Nursing Florida Board of Nursing
NAADAC NAADAC
NBCC NBCC
1.0 Hour 1.00 CE Credit(s) $22.33 QTY

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