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Friday, October 22 • 9:00am - 12:15pm
Appearance-Reality and Process in a Clinical Context

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Neuropsychologist Aldrich Chan examines how conscious experience of reality is shaped by the limits and illusions (“veils”) of sensation, perception, emotion, cognition, sociocultural systems, and the self. In this didactic, he will explore these "veils of consciousness" and build upon relevant theories in service of improving the accuracy of conceptualizing mental processes. Furthermore, he will teach a novel clinical tool, guided by modern research in neuroscience, that may assist with processing information at various levels of human experience.

Learning objectives -
1. Identify the limitations and illusions ("veils") within biopsychosocial processes.
2. Apply knowledge of "veils" in the context of clinical practice.
3. Conceptualize mental processes through an integrated perspective.
4. Apply "Spatiotemporal model" for conceptualization
5. Apply a novel therapeutic method ("cycling") in relation to these findings.
6. Identify meaning through a biopsychosocial-existential lens and implement them through an ACT based approach.

The evaluation/CE request form for this program can be found HERE.

Speakers
avatar for Aldrich Chan, PsyD

Aldrich Chan, PsyD

Founder, Center for Neuropsychology and Consciousness
Dr. Chan is a Clinical Neuropsychologist, Author of Reassembling Models of Reality: Theory and Clinical Practice, and founder of the Center for Neuropsychology and Consciousness (CNC), a practice in Miami, Florida that provides neuropsychological and psychological services. In addition... Read More →


Friday October 22, 2021 9:00am - 12:15pm HST
Room 4
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