3 CE for psychologists / social workers and counselors
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Cost: $75 OPA Members; $90 Non-OPA Members; $50 Students
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Pain is now considered a public health crisis. With more than 100 million adults in the U.S. living with pain, “calls to action” have proliferates, all emphasizing the need for enhanced pain training and education across disciplines. Behavioral health providers have an important role in treating and educating the person with pain. This presentation will identify the key issues when working with the person with pain including the major psychosocial factors impacting pain, treatment approaches and special topics such as addiction and chronic pain.
Learning Objectives – Participants will:
- Apply a biopsychosocial framework to the treatment of patients with chronic pain.
- Discuss the rationale for enhanced training of behavioral health providers’ who interface with the person with pain and role of such providers as a part of a medical team.
- Identify essential components the evaluation of the person with pain when assessing for chemical dependency.
- Identify therapeutic challenges when working with a person with pain and discuss potential approaches based upon empirically supported psychological treatment approaches.
About the Speaker:
Sara Davin, PsyD, MPH is a staff psychologist and Director of Pain Psychology Training/Education within the Center for Neurological Restoration at the Cleveland Clinic. Dr. Davin received her doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the University of Indianapolis and completed a psychology fellowship in chronic pain at the Cleveland Clinic. Dr. Davin also received her Masters in Public Health from the University of Michigan. Dr. Davin’s has worked extensively in the CC’s intensive functional restoration program for individuals with chronic noncancer pain. Her newest project includes leading the psychology intervention in a clinical transformation effort targeting individuals with back pain.
Sarah Rispinto, PhD is a second-year postdoctoral psychology fellow at the Cleveland Clinic. She earned her doctoral degree at Cleveland State University in Counseling Psychology and holds a Master’s degree in Community Counseling from John Carroll University. Dr. Rispinto has specialized training in chronic pain psychology with specific interests in the treatment of low back pain and fibromyalgia. She also has extended interests in the complex nature of how chronic pain affects work/career related issues. In addition, Dr. Rispinto provides psychological treatment of adults with a wide range of psychological disorders using evidencebased cognitive behavioral therapy.
Three Key Literary References:
- IOM Committee on Advancing Pain Research CaE. Relieving Pain in America: A Blueprint for Transforming Prevention, Care, Education, and Research: Institute of Medicine; 2011. Darnall BD,
Scheman J, Davin S, Burns JW, Murphy JL, Wilson AC, Kerns RD, Mackey SC.
- Pain Psychology: A Global Needs Assessment and National Call to Action. Pain Med. 2016 Feb; 17(2):25063. doi: 10.1093/pm/pnv095. Epub 2016 Jan 23. PubMed PMID: 26803844; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC4758272.
- Amundson, G.J.G. & Wright, K.D. (2004). Biopsychosocial approaches to pain. In T. Hadjistavropoulos, & K.D. Craig (Eds.), Pain: Psychological perspectives (pp. 3557).
- Malwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Gatchel, R.J., McGreary, D.D., McGreary, C.A., & Lippe, B. (2014). Interdisciplinary chronic pain management: Past, present, and future. American Psychologist, 69, 119130. doi: 10.1037/a0035514
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