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  • Susan Gingerich

    MSW, Consultant

    Susan Gingerich, MSW, is a clinician and consultant with more than 20 years of clinical experience working with people who have severe mental illness and their families. She has an independent practice in Philadelphia.

    • 14:00 - 06-11-2019 This presentation will focus on the wide applicability of IMR to helping individuals experiencing mental health symptoms.  The basics of IMR can also be seen as a toolkit for almost everyone as they deal with distressing psychological states that naturally occur in life.  In addition, because of the high rates of stress everyone experiences, we will address the modules of IMR that especially relate to stress and provide strategies for dealing with some of the challenges that may occur when teaching these modules in clinical settings.  

      Møteleder: Kristin Hatløy
    • 14:55 - 07-11-2019 IMR has been widely adopted internationally as a toolkit to help people in their  recovery from mental health symptoms and achieving personal goals in their lives.  IMR has also been widely researched and has been shown to be effective in multiple domains and in multiple settings.  This presentation will describe some of the most important recent research in IMR and the implications for clinical practice.  

      Møteleder: Lars Conrad Moe, klinikksjef, klinikk psykisk helse barn unge og rusavhengige, SUS
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