DR. SWINGLE GRAND ROUNDS
RECORDING - FEBRUARY 2015
CE Credit for psychologists is granted on a one credit per one contact hour basis.
This 1-hour session of the Swingle Grand Rounds focuses mostly on teenagers with serious issues.
The case details are:
Case 1: 14 year old girl with significant anxiety, who describes her daily life as being easily overwhelmed. During the ClinicalQ assessment, she even began so nervous during the cognitive challenge that the evaluation had to be stopped in order to do some calming. The results of the assessment suggest she is a traumatized artist, with the bullying marker with incredibly poor stress tolerance (which would explain the overwhelmed reaction to the cognitive task).
Case 2: A young male who's mother recently died, and who's father does not have long to live from cancer either. This individual's circumstance is a case relating to dealing with current and future grief - essentially preparing a child for a disaster using neurotherapy.
Case 3: 61 year old woman presenting to the clinic under the guise of optimal performance training (forgetfulness), however she most likely wants help for her depression and emotionality.
Case 4: A young teenage boy that had a psych assessment that placed him at the borderline range of normal functioning (IQ of 47). He has not been able to keep up academically with his peers. His ClinicalQ assessment suggests he is "a miracle waiting to happen" with some correction to the cognitive anomalies in the frontal lobes, in an optimal performance scheme.
Discussions include therapy that for individuals that have a core negative emotional concept of their self; tasking and goal completion; "playing the game" of a client wanting optimal performance training when in reality they don't want to admit that they are present for more serious issues; extreme sensitivities to harmonic volumes.
The opinions included in this session recording are those of the presenter and participants, and not of the BFE.