Over the course of two days, several doctors at Fundamental Psychology recently completed continuing education courses to improve our knowledge of the most up to date research and evidenced based practices. To clarify, the term “evidenced based” means that the therapeutic interventions we utilize with clients are tested multiple times, in different settings, with large groups of people. The objective evidence from research can then be applied in our daily patient care and clinical decision making.
Receiving training and education through these courses is imperative for clinicians to provide the highest level of quality care and stay informed on current events. Our most recent trainings focused on a variety of areas including:
-Mental Health Care for People with Developmental Disabilities
-Online Therapy to Connect Specialists with Families in Need
-Emotional Regulation for Individuals with Brain Injury
-Collaboration with Psychiatrists for Medication Management
-Transgender Affirming Care
-Inference Based Cognitive Behavior Therapy to Treat OCD
-Reducing Medical Errors to Increase Patient Safety
-Intimate Partner Violence
-PsyPact- Practicing Telehealth Across State Lines
-Leadership within the Community
-Current Issues with Ethics Laws and Rules
At Fundamental Psychology we prioritize the client’s best interest in determining which treatment is deemed most effective. One of the ways we prioritize our client’s needs is by providing the most up to date evidenced based care. Another way we prioritize clients is by being self-pay and not relying on approval from an outside payer/insurance to determine best care. The frequency of appointments, how long you meet with your therapist for and the goals your working towards are all within your control as the client. For a free phone consult to see if we may be a good fit for you or your family call 941-275-9183.
We have a range of fees based on the provider being seen. Our practice includes master’s level interns earning hours towards licensure, Licensed Master Level Clinicians (LMHC and LCSW) and doctoral level Psychologists (PH.D. and PSY.D).