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The Rise of Suicide and Trauma in Teens

How "13 Reasons Why" Missed the Mark

Whether you find the show compelling or troublesome, one thing is certain: We need to talk about the rise of teen suicide and trauma in kids and teens. That’s why we created a free, one hour online CE seminar designed for clinicians, educators, and even parents to learn how to talk about suicide and mental health with teens. Read more to get instant access...

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The Physical Assessment Companion Infographic

A FREE digital resource

PESI, Inc. • 7/11/2017 • No Comments

Whether you're using this Assessment Companion when evaluating your patients, or as a tool to help explain a diagnosis, this meaningful graphic can support your goal for exceptional care.

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When Therapeutic Breathing Isn't Effective

You don't always have to know what's going on with your clients in order to help them...I had a client that just didn't benefit from therapeutic breathing, so I tried something different. Let me show you in this short video.

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Brené Brown on the danger of unspoken shame…

In this free CE video, Dr. Brené Brown, renowned researcher and The New York Times bestselling author of The Gifts of Imperfection, Daring Greatly, and Rising Strong, provides you with the awareness and language to talk about shame with your clients.

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Heart Care Made Easier: A free high-quality visual tool for cardiac care

PESI, Inc. • 5/24/2017 • No Comments

Whether you're using it to help your patients understand their diagnoses, or for a reference when considering disease progression or abnormal diagnostic test results, this high-quality visual can support your goal for exceptional care. And it's free...

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S.T.O.P.: An MBSR Practice for Developing Awareness

One of the things we practice in MBSR is becoming aware of the triggers of dissatisfaction and suffering. A wonderful way to maintain a greater sense of well-being is the ability to notice when things get a little off kilter and we start to experience unhappiness. It is in this moment that we can use the method of S.T.O.P. to allow ourselves to listen with open hearts and minds and commit to being freer and happier.

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4 Risk Assessment Tests for Knee Recovery

What determines pass or fail on hop tests and star excursion tests? In this short video, international speaker Ryan August, PT, DPT, MTC, CMP, demonstrates four risk assessment tests to use with your recovering knee patients.

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Yoga and Mindfulness Tools for Children: Grounding and Becoming Present

Get two yoga and mindfulness practices to share with the children in your life. Each exercise comes with matching coloring pages and worksheets to further enhance the experience and deepen reflection, and you can download these supporting materials for free. Don’t forget to try these out yourself as well, as we all could use some orienting and grounding no matter what our age! 

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Breath of Joy

A Yoga Practice for Children with ADHD

Sometimes children with ADHD just can't stop moving...Here's a quick and enjoyable strategy to help restore attention and focus.

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Manual Therapy Techniques for Rotator Cuff Rehab

In this short video demonstration, Terry L. Rzepkowski, DPT, will show you manual therapy techniques you can use with your patients recovering from rotator cuff surgery — plus he will demonstrate additional TheraBand exercises.

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