BREATH ANALYST CERTIFICATE PROGRAMME

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BREATH ANALYST CERTIFICATE PROGRAMME

A Webinar Certificate Program

THE SCIENCE OF
BREATHING BEHAVIOUR ANALYSIS

April 17 & 25 Respiratory Psychophysiology
May 1 & 8 Breathing Behavior Analysis
May 15 & 22 Breathing Behavior Modification
Saturday Proseminar dates:
June 5, 12, 19, 26
July 10, 17, 24, 31
August 7

A Live-Interactive 45-hour WEBINAR Certificate Program

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DEAR COLLEAGUE:

Statistics suggest that tens of millions of people worldwide suffer with the profound and misunderstood symptoms and deficits of learned dysfunctional breathing habits. Unfortunately, these habits are rarely identified by practitioners, their effects mistakenly attributed to other causes, and their resolutions prescriptive in nature where focus is on symptoms rather than on causes.

We offer a solution.  We train healthcare practitioners, human service professionals, health educators, and performance consultants to integrate breathing learning services into their practices.  To this end, we offer a live-interactive webinar CERTIFICATE PROGRAM, the Science of Breathing Behaviour Analysis, which is the first of two steps toward becoming a Certified Breathing Behaviour Analyst, now in its EIGHTH year.  The second step is to complete Case Analysis and Review during the Summer Trimester.

Read this article to learn about solutions for helping people with dysfunctional breathing, Breathing, Aligning Mechanics with Chemistry.  Read this quotation from the article:

“The relationship between breathing and respiration, mechanics and chemistry, cannot be fully appreciated without understanding the psychological nature of physiology itself. Breathing, like any other behaviour, is motivated and changes as a function of its outcomes. Breathing isn’t simply mindless automation of physiology. And, it isn’t simply physiology to be somehow consciously manipulated in the name of self-help. It’s truly so much more than this. Simply manipulating breathing physiology for well-intended purposes, without regard to the bigger picture, does not do justice to the richness and complexity of breathing.”

Certificate objectives include learning basic respiratory psychophysiology and how to: (1) determine whether there are dysfunctional breathing habits, (2) identify the learned behavioural components of the habits, (3) identify the symptoms and deficits brought on by habits, (4) determine how existing health conditions may interact with the physiological effects of habits, (5) identify the triggers of breathing habits (e.g., pain), (6) identify the reinforcements and emotions that keep breathing habits in place, (7) uncover the origin of habits, and (8) assist patients in overcoming dysfunctional habits and learning new ones that are consistent with good physiology, especially respiration.

THE CURRICULUM includes three 15-hour courses for a total of 45 hours and three academic credits.  The coursework includes:

COURSE:  301 Respiratory Psychophysiology (1 academic unit, 15 hours ).

With Peter M. Litchfield, Ph.D &  Nevsah F. Karamehmet, BSc

COURSE:  404 Breathing Habit Assessment (1 academic unit, 15 hours ).

With Peter M. Litchfield, Ph.D & Nevsah F. Karamehmet, BSc

COURSE:  405 Breathing Habit Modification (1 academic unit, 15 hours ).

With Peter M. Litchfield, Ph.D & Nevsah F. Karamehmet, BSc

COURSE:  611 Case Analysis & Review.

With Peter M. Litchfield, Ph.D & Nevsah F. Karamehmet, BSc

 

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FOR MORE INFORMATION: https://www.bp.edu/certificates/cbba-mailer/

Email me at nevsah@bp.edu if you would like to talk with me on Zoom about details.

Sincerely,

Nevşah F. KARAMEHMET ,

B.Sc.School of Breathing Sciences

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BEHAVIOURAL HEALTH SCIENCES

nevsah@bp.edu

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  • Duration 60 hours
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  • Skill level Advanced levels
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