DescriptionTools & Techniques for Boosting Individual & Organizational Performance
This program is designed for current or aspiring clinical leaders. It includes the following courses:
In these three courses, you will learn:
- The science and practice of setting effective goals and how to make long-lasting and meaningful behavior change
- How to make self-care accessible and effective
- How to successfully make use of expressive writing in the context of clinical practice (and your personal life)
This program is appropriate for clinicians of all levels of professional experience.
We offer a 25% discount on all of our offerings for first responders, active military/veterans, nonprofit and government employees, educators, and UT staff and alumni. More information about these discounts and how to apply them is available on our FAQ page.
Primary Course Leader(s)
TPCE Director & Instructor
Dr. Bradbury started her career in psychology at The University of Texas at Austin, where she completed her undergraduate studies in 1992. She went on to obtain her M.S. and Ph.D. from Virginia Tech. She served as an intern and postdoctoral fellow at the Emory University School of Medicine for two years. Dr. Bradbury was awarded the Lizette Peterson-Homer Memorial Award for Injury Prevention Research from the American Psychological Association in the award’s inaugural year.
Dr. Pennebaker is the Regents Centennial Professor of Liberal Arts and Professor of Psychology. He and his students are exploring natural language use, group dynamics, and personality in both laboratory and real-world settings. His earlier work on expressive writing found that physical health and work performance can improve by simple writing and/or talking exercises. His cross-disciplinary research is related to linguistics, clinical and cognitive psychology, communications, medicine, and computer science. Author or editor of 12 books and over 300 articles, Pennebaker has received numerous research and teaching awards and honors.
Dr. Markman is the Annabel Irion Centennial Professor of Psychology and Marketing at The University of Texas at Austin and the Executive Director of the IC² Institute. He received his Ph.D. in 1992 from the University of Illinois and worked at Northwestern University and Columbia University before coming to UT in 1998. Markman has published more than 150 scholarly works about cognitive science, decision-making and organizational behavior. He is the founding director of UT’s Human Dimensions of Organizations (HDO) program, which teaches current and future leaders in business, the nonprofit sector, government and the military about how people, groups and cultures influence the workplace.