Interpreting Client Results:
CE Credit for psychologists is granted on a one credit per one contact hour basis.
- - Are you a novice clinician that has trouble with the interpretation of your client's psychophysiological assessment profiles?
- - Are you an experienced clinician that sometimes has questions on how to interpret your client's results?
- - Are you unsure what the desirable norms should be for your stress assessment results?
- - Do you have difficulty building a treatment plan from evaluation data?
This webinar recording is an answer to your interpretation woes, where Jon Bale, the BFE's research manager, will provide a basic guide for interpreting psychophysiological assessment data. This presentation includes step-by-step method for reviewing data, discussion of norms and some common patterns based on research and clinical experience. The modalities that are included in this session's focus are heart rate, heart rate variability (various statistics), respiration rate, skin conductance/galvanic skin response, peripheral finger temperature and muscle tension.
Participants that attended this webinar were able to extend the interpretation guidance to various general psychophysiological/stress assessments, including the BFE's Optimizing Performance & Health Suite (Sue Wilsons Suite), ProGolf Suite, ProBaseball Suite, HRV Suite, Mindfulness Suite, as well as Thought Technology's Physiology Suite and Stress Control Suite.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The views expressed for the intended use and efficacy of durable medical equipment (DME) in these webinars are solely those of the lecturer and not those of the BFE-LFB program.