Presented by Lisa Michelle King, Psy.D.
Research indicates that clinical psychology has much to offer palliative care yet few agencies outside the VA employ psychologists to take part in their integrative teams. Approximately 3% of the US population experiences serious mental illness (SMI) resulting in multiple complications. As these individuals enter end-of-life care, teams may find these patients challenging. Clinical psychologists are uniquely qualified to work with individuals with SMI and can help the interdisciplinary team treat these patients more effectively. Skill Level: Beginning.
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About the Presenter:
Lisa M. King, Psy.D., is the Director of Behavioral Medicine at Bluegrass Care Navigators (formerly Palliative Care of the Bluegrass and Hospice of the Bluegrass). She has a doctoral degree from the University of Indianapolis in clinical psychology. Dr. King has over 20 years experience in providing mental health services for individuals ranging in age from infancy through geriatric. She has worked in various settings including in-home, group home, community-based and solo practice. When asked what brings her great satisfaction in her work, she reported, "My favorite moments are the "ah-ha!" moments people have... The most precious times are when clients get to see themselves for who they really are- beautiful, strong, courageous, gifted, and priceless. Those moments don't just give me great satisfaction; they renew my soul and keep me going
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