Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) is becoming increasingly popular, especially as insurance companies place more and more restrictions and limitations on mental health treatment coverage. SFBT can also be an incredibly effective approach for work with families, especially since at the root of most family system dysfunction is a negative dynamic – or a “problem” that we can troubleshoot for a targeted solution to change the way the family system operates.
Please join us for a learning experience that will inform you how solution focused brief therapy (SFBT) can be used to effectively support and treat families. Discover this effective modality to move families out of problem focused, conflicted dynamics and into a future place when past conflict no longer impacts their daily lives. Learn specific and intentional interventions to deal with negative communication patterns. Discover the most effective way to use scaling, specifically to assess each member’s perspective on the family communication to move them into positive, solution focused interactions and healing.
In addition to the below Objectives, this live webinar will also touch on the following:
This training will provide participants clinical knowledge and tools to:
a). State the difference between problem solving and solution building, specifically when working within a family system and define the family system within the SF model.
b). Identify at least two interventions and questions in SFBT that can be used as specific interventions when working with challenging family dynamics.
c). Describe two ways that relational questions support an intentional approach to assess and improve communication between family members.
Clinical Mental Health Professionals such as Counselors, Psychologists, Marriage and Family Therapists, and Licensed Clinical Social Workers.
Instructor(s): Jodi Ann Geis-Crowder, MS, LPC, ACS
Material Author(s): Jodi Ann Geis-Crowder, MS, LPC, ACS
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