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This online, participative event will be held on Zoom, and has been organised by the Long Term Conditions Special Interest Group (LTC SIG). For more details on the LTC SIG please see here.A certificate of attendance will be issued for 6 x hours CPD. The event will not be recorded.Registration closes - Midday on Friday 23rd February. Places are limited though so book early to avoid disappointment!
SynopsisPersistent physical symptoms (PPS) are described in the context of functional syndromes and long-term conditions. The severity of symptoms can vary widely from mild symptoms to multiple/chronic debilitating symptoms. Fatigue is one such example which is associated with many chronic diseases, including autoimmune rheumatic diseases, multiple sclerosis and post-stroke. From a transdiagnostic perspective, the cognitive and behavioural responses to fatigue and other symptoms may be similar across different diseases / illnesses.
By targeting common processes the same treatment can be used across different symptom clusters. Furthermore, the approach may be more appropriate and acceptable in a clinical setting where patients have heterogeneous problems. The aim of this workshop is to describe transdiagnostic CBT for complex patients with PPS addressing;a) the formulation of patient’s problemsb) multi-morbidityc) severe disabilityd) many reinforcers i.e. family involvement - all of which add to complexityLearning objectives
1. To describe the transdiagnostic approach highlighting the importance of the formulation
2. To explore strategies for dealing with emotional avoidance
3. To discuss road blocks (challenges) in therapy and how to tackle them4. Engaging the MDT in complex cases
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