This session addressed the importance of self-care in a pandemic and the impact of COVID19 on emotional aspects of service delivery. Participants discussed strategies to first attend to their own coping mechanisms, before thinking about providing any services to others. Participants identified emotional and communication types and styles, and strategies to improve outcomes.
CA SLPAHB: 1.0
Dr. John Jacob is the President and CEO of XYConneXion®. He holds a PhD in Psychology and is a graduate of Loma Linda University, where he also completed degrees in Counseling and Theology. Dr. Jacob is host of the Rd 2 Romance Relationship Program on cable TV. He conducts research on Preferred Interaction Styles and how they affect personal and professional relationships. His research has led to the first book on the topic and is titled XY Theory®, How Personality Can Sabotage Dating & Jeopardize Your Marriage. This research was also vital to the development of the XY ConneXion® Tests that can predict problems in a romantic or professional relationship before they occur. Dr. Jacob conducts Family Life and Professional Seminars and lectures across the United States and overseas. Currently, he conducts Interaction Workshops online and trains coaches worldwide to use the XY ConneXion® Coaching Model, with a variety of applications.
- identify the impact of COVID19 on emotional aspects of service delivery
- identify emotional and communication types and styles in the workplace and impact on work outcomes
- identify strategies to accommodate students with various emotional and communication types and styles to increase outcomes
This course must be watched in its entirety. In order to receive the CMH or the CEU certificate, a quiz is required to be completed with 80% success.
Financial: Dr. John Jacob is the President and CEO of XYConneXion® and he is author of the XY Theory book.
Non-Financial: No relevant non-financial relationship exists
5 mins – Disclosures, Introduction
15 mins Previous research Studies
20 mins Proposed theory
20 mins Recommendations, Discussion