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.
|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 firstname.lastname@example.org to express interest in forming or joining a supervision group.
Enrollment limited to 3-4 participants.
Photo above by Kayla Steinberg