When you register you’ll get everything you need to:
This training will provide participants clinical knowledge and tools to:
a). Review and discuss current and past systemic approaches to the treatment of trauma/safety.
b). State how common systemic models of family-based treatment fail to treat trauma systemically.
c). Learn targeting treatment of trauma to children and adolescents through supporting caregivers.
d). Practice assessing for safety in couples, families, and individuals.
e). Learn at least 2 systemic interventions to increase family engagement.
f). Develop and execute a holistic and meaningful treatment plan from a family and relational systems perspective.
g). Learn to implement safety plans within session to facilitate stability in families for treatment.
h). Practice increasing child and adolescent engagement in the creation and implementation of safety plans.
i). Provide psychoeducation to teach caregivers to decrease reactivity due to personalization of trauma driven behaviors.
j). Learn how to increase client awareness and insight into the source and manifestation of problematic behaviors.
k). Practice using evidence-based strategies in trauma treatment to help families enhance self-regulation.
l). Learn clinical techniques to facilitate the understanding and establishment of healthy boundaries within families.
m). Learn and practice implementing an operationalized process of forgiveness that is concrete, repeatable, and effective.
Mental Health Clinicians & Therapists, Social Workers, Psychologists, Marriage & Family Therapists, Counselors, School Personnel, Youth Development Workers, Healthcare Workers.
Instructor(s): Nathan D. Croy, MA, LCMFT
Material Author(s): Nathan D. Croy, MA, LCMFT
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