Better than Prozac: Using the New Brain Science to Relieve Depression and Anxiety
By Bill O’Hanlon, LMFT, MS
New research shows the important contribution that movement, especially regular aerobic exercise, plays in helping people decrease depression and anxiety levels and increase cognitive functioning and the ability to take in new learning. This training will give you a clear and compelling overview of this exciting new research that will help you jumpstart stuck clients. Learn from Bill O'Hanlon, MS, LMFT and get some simple strategies to get your patients started in their exercise routines. This is an intermediate course intended for practicing clinicians.
List three research results that support the benefits of exercise in mental health treatment.
Describe three methods of helping people begin exercise programs.
Describe ways to strengthen 'brain fitness' with exercise.
Online Video Course (1.5 Credits)
Online Audio Course (1.5 Credits)