Healing for the Healers: Resourcing Psychotherapists for Work with Challenging Cases

Keep your toughest case in mind as you participate in this once monthly, 8 module, seminar that will provide you with support, strategies and inspiration to feel more present, effective and resourced as a therapist. The seminar will integrate psychodynamic, somatic, family systems and strength-based approaches as it offers didactic presentations, case consultation and experiential exercises geared to help you apply a new way of thinking and feeling about cases that challenge you the most.

Date Topic
TBA Effective Treatment Planning and Realistic Goal Setting
TBA Diminishing Shame: Reframing Symptoms as Strengths
TBA Embodied Boundary Setting
TBA Keeping You and Your Client in the Window of Tolerance
TBA Identifying and Diffusing Triggers for You and Your Client
TBA Working with Parts of Self and Structural Dissociation
TBA Modulating and Integrating Vehement Emotions
TBA Using and Protecting the Therapist’s Self in the Treatment

Meeting Time: TBD by participants
Meeting Place: 300 N. Fifth Avenue, Suite 200, Ann Arbor, 48104
Instructor: Please contact Sharon Gold-Steinberg, PhD at sgoldsteinberg@gmail.com to express interest in forming or joining a supervision group.

Enrollment limited to 3-4 participants.

Photo above by Kayla Steinberg