Biodyne Model

About the Biodyne Model

The Biodyne Model is an advanced clinical psychotherapy model that looks at a person from the basic characteristics of how they interact with the world, how they establish relationships, and where those types of thoughts feelings and behaviors are getting in the way of their best care, their best treatment, and their best progress in life.

The Biodyne Model gives a holistic view of a patient. It helps a clinician zero in on the underlying issues and determine the level of care needed for a patient efficiently.

The Clinical Setting

The Biodyne Model helps a clinician to say not just how can I help you today, but how can we get you where you wanna be in the quickest amount of time, and with the most respect and with the least intrusion into your life. Clinicians practicing the Biodyne Model will not leave a patient until the patient feels that they have resolved their care. A properly trained clinician will say I can figure this out with you, and I will walk alongside you to make sure that you get where you want to be as quick as you can.

Dr. Cara English, DBH, CEO at Cummings Graduate Institute, shares her view and how it enhances the provider and patience experience.

The DBH Program

Within the Doctor of Behavioral Health (DBH) program, several courses focus on the subsets of use of the Biodyne Model, including chronic illness and substance abuse. The Biodyne Model teaches clinicians how to provide rapid psychoanalysis and assessment of a patient when presented with a patient within a healthcare team.

Dr. U. Grant Baldwin, Jr., DBH, Director of the DBH Program at Cummings Graduate Institute, shares his view on the Biodyne Model and how it has benefited his patients.

Dr. Larry Ford, DBH, Board of Directors Member, speak about the Biodyne Mindset’s impact on his entrepreneurial venture, research, and practice.