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Primary Care Training Enhancement

The BETA APPROACH: AN EGO FITNESS PLAN - Session Overview

This session introduces a model for understanding how we personally receive, perceive and act on information from our environment based on our sex, gendered behaviors, and developmental history. Participants discuss their experience with the four components of the BETA model and identify the ways in which it can be useful in their own lives.

Session Length: 60 minutes

Prerequisite(s): N/A

Learning Objectives

  • Define the four dimensions of THE BETA APPROACH

  • Discuss the ways in which this tool can be used for self-awareness

  • Reflect on the physical and physiological implications of personal stress and distress and how using this tool might help modulate that.

Author:  Liz O’Donnell, PhD, LPCC-S, PT

The BETA APPROACH: AN EGO FITNESS PLAN - Session Facilitator Guide

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