Recorded Family Days Presentations: Adult Mood and Anxiety Programs
The following video presentations are thoughtfully designed as a learning path for you. You will find that the video content begins with general information laying educational groundwork, then moves to more specific information, providing skills for the caregiver and friend.
Mood and Anxiety Programs
Presentation by Lara Schuster Effland, LICSW
Why is emotional regulation so important? How does the skills of emotional regulation support healing and enhance long term wellbeing?
This presentation will help you develop your understand of importance of emotional regulation and how our programming helps patients develop it. Lara Effland, Regional Managing Director - Clinical and Center of Excellence Leader for Insight Adult Services, provides families with a overview of the program and populations served at Overlake & Seattle Mood and Anxiety Programs.
Learn about the evidenced based treatments used to support patients and the data on the outcomes of these treatments. This presentation provides education for families, caregivers and supporters in service of helping you become recovery aligned and recovery coaches. We recommend you continue your education for enhancing your recovery support skills by watching the 4 part “Caregiver Skills” presentations next.
Mood, Anxiety, and Trauma Recovery Program at Insight
Presentation by Andi Stone, PsyD
Director of the Mood and Anxiety Program Andi Stone, PsyD., provides an overview of the Mood, Anxiety, and Trauma Recovery (MATR) program at Insight. Dr. Stone talks through different levels of care offered at Insight and the different diagnoses treated in the MATR program. An overview of the primary treatment philosophy used at Insight: Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and skills patients are learning while in program are also included.
Presentation by Elizabeth Easton, Psy.D
Dr. Easton is the Regional Director of Child & Adolescent services. Dr. Easton’s four-part presentation is designed for families to learn about their role in recovery and the skills to become recovery coaches. If you have every wondered “what can I do to help my loved one recover?” this is the video training series for you. The skills taught here apply to “caregivers” meaning anyone who is providing care to a patient in treatment, no matter the age of the patient or the age of the caregiver. Learn how to harness your caregiver power.