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Using the Escape-Seeking Dichotomy Model for HEP Activation

presented by Ari Ginsberg, PT, DPT, MSIOP

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Financial: Ari Ginsberg receives compensation from MedBridge for this course.

Nonfinancial: Ari Ginsberg has no competing nonfinancial interests or relationships with regard to the content presented in this course.

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The escape-seeking dichotomy model describes how people are motivated to remove themselves from a dire situation and seek out a better situation. This short course includes strategies for incorporating this model into your practice to promote digital home exercise program activation.

Meet Your Instructor

Ari Ginsberg, PT, DPT, MSIOP

Dr. Ari Ginsberg, PT, DPT, MSIOP, is a passionate clinician and educator with a diverse educational and clinical background. He received a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2010 from Touro University and completed a Master of Science degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Touro University in 2021. Ari has worked in many different…

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1. Using the Escape-Seeking Dichotomy Model for HEP Activation

This short lecture includes strategies for incorporating the escape-seeking dichotomy model into your practice to promote digital home exercise program activation.

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