Are you looking for ways to make your therapy practice clearer and easier? Attention to acknowledging and holding appropriate professional boundaries is central to successful relationships.In this course we will discuss the development of personal boundaries, three boundary styles, six boundary habits, and basic boundaries to name or negotiate with clients. We will use relevant handouts that will engage you in studying your own boundary habits, This course will invite you to assess and reassess your boundary style, your self-care, and your personal and professional limits so that they can best serve you and your clients.
Cedar Barstow, MEd
Cedar is a consultant and teacher on ethics issues. She has been designing, developing, and teaching this approach since 1994. Her background includes 20 years as a psychotherapist and 15 years as a teacher. She is the author of books and articles on ethics, counseling with elders, women and independence, and psychotherapy and spirituality. Cedar is also a Hakomi Experiential Psychology Trainer, a member of the Naropa University Adjunct Faculty and maintains a private psychotherapy and ethics consulting practice in Boulder/Denver, and teaches both Right Use of Power Ethics and Hakomi nationally and internationally. More about Cedar and her contact info can be found at RightUseofPower.com or her GoodTherapy.org Profile
1.5 continuing education units will be provided for this teleconference.
In short, participants will join the teleconference by calling into the teleconference center and entering an access code. The teleconference will include lecture, interaction, and question & answer periods.
This teleconference is available for free to GoodTherapy.org members.
This event has already taken place. An audio recording for this event may be available in the Member's Area.