Seeds: 5 Keys To Living Well with John Arden (2 hours)

In this course you will learn:

  • What are the 5 areas every therapist needs to be monitoring with their clients.
  • How these 5 areas interact and intertwine with one another.
  • The impact of contemporary Western lifestyle on mental health and brain health.

(This course is for Standard subscribers only)


SEEDS with John Arden (2 hours)
Module 1 SEEDS with John Arden
Unit 1 Introduction to SEEDS
Unit 2 Social
Unit 3 Exercise
Unit 4 Education
Unit 5 Diet
Unit 6 Sleep
The following is a conversation between John Arden, Richard Hill and Matthew Dahlitz about the 5 essential elements of a healthy lifestyle: Social connectedness, education, exercise, diet, and sleep hygiene. Each of these is covered in the video conversation and there are a number of questions for you to answer as well. For a more in-depth coverage of this topic we recommend The Brain Bible: A Plan to stay Vital, Productive, and Happy for a Lifetime and Mind, Brain, Gene:Toward Psychotherapy Integration both by John Arden.
In this course you will learn:
  • What are the 5 areas every therapist needs to be monitoring with their clients.
  • How these 5 areas interact and intertwine with one another.
  • The impact of contemporary Western lifestyle on mental health and brain health.

John Arden, Ph.D., is the author of 14 books including Mind-Brain-Gene (2019, W.W.Norton & Company). He has a background in neuropsychology and is the director of training for mental health for the Kaiser Permanente Medical Centers in Northern California. In this capacity, he oversees one of the largest mental health training programs in the world, operating in 22 different medical centers throughout Northern California. Dr. Arden also practices part-time at Kaiser Permanente in Petaluma and San Rafael, and he served for several years as the chief psychologist at Kaiser Vallejo. He has taught in colleges, professional schools and universities.

 


 

 

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