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Living with conditions such as schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorders, traumatic brain injuries and similar cognitive impairments is a challenge, not only for the person affected but their family and members of their community.
Stepping up to face this challenge is ASU’s Center for Applied Behavioral Health and Policy’s own Research and Training Specialist Stephanie Miller, LMSW, who is hosting a Cognitive Enhancement Therapy (CET) course Thursday, March 29 from 1-4 pm.
We recently sat down with Stephanie to tell us more about CET and the services it provides;
“CET is an amazingly beneficial cognitive training program that’s designed to educate and improve memory skills and social functioning for those afflicted with mental impairment. It addresses their various negative symptoms and helps individuals develop skills to complete tasks that require attention, focus and time management, which not only improves their social interactions but can help them obtain employment.” - Stephanie Miller, LMSW
The course offers three continued education hours for attendees who will have the opportunity to learn the components of CET, its process and how to implement it properly as professionals operating in Maricopa.
Class will be taught at the Downtown Phoenix Campus in the Westward Ho Concho Room. Learn more and register here.