Family Therapy: When the Identified Client is the Family (virtual)

On May 23rd 2024 by admin
Constance Palmer, LCSW August 13, 2024 9:15 am - 12:30 pm REMOTE ACCESS COST: $60 3 CEU’s

Families can be a place of love and support and a place of harm and pain. This workshop will explore the counselor’s multifaceted role when working with various family systems. Some family issues include communication, relationships and navigating change. Participants will examine how mental health clinicians can educate family members to recognize and demonstrate acts of love for one another; how it is possible to heal from the harm that has been inflicted; and how parents/guardians can learn to “parent” more effectively. Participants will discuss techniques designed to e

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Summarize the intervention strategies of notable family systems theorists such as Minuchin, Satir, and Haley.
  • Utilize genograms as an assessment tool.
  • Describe the fundamental concepts of parent psychoeducation.

CE’s NJ Credentials:
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CE’s NY Social Workers:
Behavioral Health Matters, LLC is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers; provider approval #SW-0443. Social workers attending this Live-Online course titled: “Family Therapy: When the Identified Client is the Family” will receive three (3) continuing education contact hours.

Constance Palmer, LCSW
Ms. Palmer, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, who is an experienced teacher, presenter, therapist, and school counselor with more than thirty years of working with children, youth, and families. She is the owner of Therapeutic Learning Connections which offers social, emotional learning workshops to community organizations, schools, and workplaces. She is also a Grief Educator for Imagine, a Center for Coping with Loss which offers grief support groups and grief education.

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