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Part I of this series introduces the concept of emotional resilience, but primarily focuses on the anxious DPT student's learning in the clinical setting. There is an explanation of potential solutions from the perspective of the student, mental health counselor, and clinical faculty.
 
Part II of this series applies the principles that foster emotional resilience while showcasing two cases:
  • PT student with a mental health disorder, and
  • PT student with no known mental health issue.
In addition to the strategies & supportive approach to emotional resilience, there is an explanation of the involvement of the Office of Accommodations & Inclusion.
 
These webinars are supported by the Northwest Ohio Clinical Education Consortium; contact its members for more information.
  • Owens Community College: Bradley A. Wood, PTA, NHSc, Director of PTA Program
  • Professional Skills Institute: Denise Steven, PTA, M.Ed., Director of Clinical Education
  • Terra State Community College: Teresa Sutter, PTA, M.Ed., Director of Clinical Education
  • The University of Findlay, Traditional DPT program: Stefanie Anderson, PT, DPT, OMT-C, Director of Clinical Education
  • The University of Findlay, PTA to DPT bridge program: Deborah George, PT, Ph.D., Director of Clinical Education
  • University of Toledo: Amy Both, PT, DPT, MHS, Director of Clinical Education

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Programs Included in this Bundle

Emotional Resilience and the Anxious Student

Date Published: July 14, 2020

Summary

This presentation introduces the participant to the concept of emotional resilience but primarily focuses on the anxious DPT student's learning in the clinical setting. There is an explanation of potential solutions from the perspective of the student, mental health counselor, and clinical faculty.

Upon completion of the course, the attendee will be able to:
  • Demonstrate appreciation for the need to address student mental health issues, in particular anxiety.
  • Explain common behaviors exhibited by a student with anxiety.
  • Explain potential solutions to deal with the anxious situation, as recommended by the mental health counselor.
  • Develop skills with providing a supportive approach to mentoring students during clinical education.

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Presenters

Allison Durham, PT, DPT, RN

Allison Durham, PT, DPT, RN, DCE received her Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree from The University of Toledo in 2010 and her... Read More

Deborah George, PT, PhD, MS, DCE

Deborah George, PT, PhD, MS, DCE received her PhD from Bowling Green State University in 2007, her MS degree from OSU in... Read More

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Emotional Resilience, Part 2

Date Published: May 11, 2021

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain emotional resilience, its antecedents, & consequences.
  • Describe the role & functions of the Office of Accommodations & Inclusion (OAI) & how it supports students.
  • Apply strategies & a supportive approach to mentoring that fosters emotional resilience.

Summary

A follow-up to the 2020 webinar on Emotional Resilience, this second presentation applies the principles that foster emotional resilience with two cases:
  • PT student with a mental health disorder, and
  • PT student with no known mental health issue.
In addition to the strategies & supportive approach to emotional resilience, there is an explanation of the involvement of the Office of Accommodations & Inclusion.
This webinar is supported by the Northwest Ohio Clinical Education Consortium.
 
 AGENDA: 
  • 12:00-12:03: Introduction, Emotional Resilience
  • 12:03-12:08: Coping Strategies
  • 12:08-12:10: Case One Presentation
  • 12:10-12:28: Accommodations & Inclusion Interview
  • 12:28-12:38: Solutions for Case One
  • 12:38-12:40: Case Two Presentation
  • 12:40-12:50: Solutions for Case Two
  • 12:50-12:54: Conclusions
  • 12:54-1:00: Q&A

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Presenters

Deborah George, PT, PhD, MS, DCE

Deborah George, PT, PhD, MS, DCE received her PhD from Bowling Green State University in 2007, her MS degree from OSU in... Read More

Amy Both, PT, DPT, MHS

Amy Both, PT, DPT, MHS is an Assistant Professor & the Director of Clinical Education at The University of Toledo. She... Read More

Stefanie Anderson, PT, DPT, OMT-C, DCE

Stefanie Anderson, PT, DPT, OMT-C, DCE received her Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of Toledo and her... Read More

Nicole Schneider, MEd

Nicole Schneider, MEd, Director of Accommodations & Academic Support Center received her master’s in Higher Education... Read More

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