Mind Your Question

Mind Your Question

Course Description

This short course explores words that we can safely use when sharing with family and friends, making at home visits, and making public presentations. In other words, it deals in part with compliant language. The words we can safely use are then tied to ways in which the human brain thinks, behaves, processes information and forms belief system.

Continuing Education Units

2 CEUs

Learning Objectives

  • Identify four words to safely use in making presentations to others.
  • Describe differences between basic functioning of the left and right hemispheres of the brain.
  • Identify the role of the Limbic System in processing emotional information.
  • Using a four-quadrant model of processing, recognize how the brain organizes information, how it learns, how it behaves and how it regards the acquisition of knowledge.
  • Integrate compliant language with four brain processing preferences

Course Features

  • Lectures 2
  • Quizzes 0
  • Duration 2 hours
  • Skill level Advanced Level
  • Language English
  • Students 1
  • Certificate Yes
  • Assessments Yes
  • Mind Your Question 0/2

    Notice: It is important to click COMPLETE at the end of each module before advancing to the next module. Once you reach “100% COMPLETE” you will be given the option to click FINISH COURSE to view your Certificate (not applicable to FREE courses). Your Certificate of Completion will be delivered to your account once you complete the course evaluation and click COMPLETE.

    • Lecture1.1
      Mind Your Question – Lesson Video
      1 hour(s)
    • Lecture1.2
      Course Evaluation
      2 minute(s)
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As a pioneer in professional education, Lana Ford served as the graduate and undergraduate teaching faculty in the Occupational Therapy Department at six different universities. As the chairperson, she was the first to use distance teleconferencing to unite three campuses in west Texas. She was also the first to establish a graduate program in Holistic Occupational Therapy. As an advocate for licensing, Lana was instrumental in getting licensure established in 18 different states. Always an innovator, researcher and professional speaker, she introduced the idea of “intuitive reasoning” in the clinical decision-making process. After leaving academia she pursued private practice using biofeedback, sound, quantum technologies, and light therapeutics. For the past 7 years, she has been working with a variety of natural health practitioners to get them appropriately licensed and certified. Lana serves as the Program Director for Stress Management Coach – PLT certification and licensing.

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