Wednesday Evening Course

November 29, 2017—6:30 pm to 9:30 pm—with Kenneth A. Larson, DMin, ABMP, New England Baptist Hospital.
“Reprocessing Traumatic Memories of Work Injuries (EMR Course): Practical Clinical Strategies for Trauma Recovery and Return to Work”
* 3 Continuing Education (CE) credits from the American Psychological Association (APA) have been applied for.
In addition, please see Accreditation and General Information about credits from the AMA, AAOHN, CCMC and AIHA.

“Reprocessing Traumatic Memories of Work Injuries (EMR Course):
Practical Clinical Strategies for Trauma Recovery and Return to Work”

Course Description
Trauma symptoms related to work injuries are very common. These symptoms often are a hidden cause of delayed recovery as, unfortunately, patients rarely disclose their psychological symptoms related to trauma. Eidetic memory reprocessing (EMR) is a brief, limbic-based, structured exposure that is highly effective for addressing trauma symptoms and facilitating trauma recovery and return to work. EMR is straightforward to learn and can be performed in the office by a trained health care provider. This course will explore the physiological basis of post-traumatic symptoms and the foundational concepts, criteria, and procedure for performing EMR therapy. At the end of the course, you will be able to identify trauma symptoms that can be treated by this technique and effectively apply EMR to aid injured workers in trauma recovery in the clinic setting.

How to Register

Please use the NECOEM AC 2017 Online Registration form to register for this course. You may enroll without attending the conference or as an add-on to your conference registration.

About our Speaker/Trainer

Dr. Kenneth A. Larsen is a Clinical Psychologist in the Department of Medicine at New England Baptist Hospital (NEBH). In this role he provides consultation services for patients, and serves as sports psychologist, working with elite athletes including members of the Boston Celtics organization. In addition, Dr. Larsen is also the Director of Clinical Pastoral Education and Counseling at NEBH. In his role at NEBH, he has treated over 300 patients with traumatic work injury memories using the EMR method. He is the 2017 recipient of the Lou Millender Golden Rose Award for Excellence in Work Injury Care.

Dr. Larsen has held teaching appointments as Clinical Instructor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School, Adjunct Professor of Psychopharmacology at Mass School of Professional Psychology and is a Member of the American Psychological Association and has served on the Board of Directors of the Massachusetts Psychological Association. He is board certified in medical psychology and clinical hypnotherapy. In addition he is a Diplomate-Fellow in the American Association of Pastoral Counseling.

Dr. Larsen has a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (D.Min.) from the Andover Newton Theological School in Newton, Massachusetts and a Doctorate in Clinical Hypnotherapy (PhD) from American Pacific University. He also studied at the CG Jung Institute in Zurich, Switzerland.

He is the author of numerous papers, has participated in numerous clinical conferences and is active in research. Dr. Larsen was awarded a Dlin/Fischer Clinical Research Award from the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine in 2008 for a double blind, placebo controlled study of perioperative administration of olanzapine to prevent postoperative delirium in joint replacement patients.

For the past twenty years Dr. Larsen has utilized innovative treatment approaches in caring for patients suffering from catastrophic occupational injuries and workplace violence, as well as in the nonpharmacologic management of chronic pain.

*NECOEM reserves the right to cancel the program due to low registration. A minimum of 10 registrations must be received.