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At LifeTEAM™, our mission is to help people live life to the fullest and thrive – whether clients or team members. LifeTEAM is comprised of a diverse group of rehabilitation consultants who have been invited to join our multidisciplinary network team. LifeTEAM professionals include occupational therapists, physical therapists, clinical health psychologists, nurse case managers, certified rehabilitation counselors and disability management professionals and many others.
If you're looking to join a team of like-minded professionals considered experts in rehabilitation and disability management, contact us today. Email us at email@example.com.
Upcoming Trainings (2014)
Progressive Goal Attainment Program® (PGAP) with Michael Sullivan, PhD.
PGAP® targets psychosocial risk factors for work disability. The Progressive Goal Attainment Program (PGAP®) is currently considered one of the most empirically supported interventions for targeting psychosocial risk factors for work disability.
Dates: Friday and Saturday, March 7th and 8th 2014
Time: 8:30am - 4:30pm Lunch included
Location: Sheraton Boston. Please request hotel link from LifeTEAM to get discounted price.
Credits: 12 CEUs approved for CRCs and CCMs. Other CEUs pending (OT, PT, RN, CDMS).
Workshop Fee for individuals becoming LifeTEAM PGAP Consultants: $595.00 before January 10th 2014 and $655.00 after January 10th 2014
You can sign up for the workshop at this link: click here
The workshop is led by Michael Sullivan, PhD
Dr. Michael Sullivan is currently Professor of Psychology and Medicine at McGill University, and Scientific Director of the University Centre for Research on Pain and Disability. He has lectured nationally and internationally on the social and behavioral determinants of pain-related disability. He is known primarily for his research on the relation between catastrophic thinking and pain experience, and for the development of community-based approaches to the management of pain-related disability. Dr. Sullivan developed the Pain Catastrophizing Scale (PCS) in 1995. The PCS has been used in more than 200 scientific studies, it is translated into 10 languages and is currently the most widely used measure of catastrophic thinking related to pain. Dr. Sullivan also developed the Pain-Disability Prevention (PDP) Program and the Progressive Goal Attainment Program (PGAP); the first two community-based intervention programs designed specifically to target psychosocial risk factors for pain-related disability. Dr. Sullivan has published over 100 scientific papers, 12 chapters, and 4 books. He currently holds a Canada Research Chair in Behavioral Health. Dr. Sullivan obtained his undergraduate training at McGill University and his graduate training at Concordia University in Montreal.
Please contact us to learn how to get involved with LifeTEAM and how to become a consultant.