Too few counselors and therapists are really taught about transference--in depth and “up close and personal.” And many professionals have learned to think of transference as a terrible thing. Without knowing transference though, both conceptually and experientially, a counselor cannot possibly help a client who is in transference, and cannot possibly have ideas about how to utilize the transference, however awkward, as a gift for healing. The deepest intention for this workshop is to help participants begin to see (or deepen their awareness of) transference as a treasure in disguise.
Judith Barr will craft her talk for participants to leave this Web Conference with a feel for what it is like to be in transference and what it is like to work with people who are in transference.
As time allows, this Web Conference is designed to help clinicians:
1) Define transference;
2) Identify the link between an early decision and transference;
3) Give at least one example of transference from the workshop and hopefully one example from the participant’s own experience;
4) Name four descriptions of what it is like to be in transference;
5) Describe the connection between transference and trustworthiness,
6) Name four different ways to utilize transference;
7) Give an example of transference onto money;
8) If there have been demonstrations, describe how two-chair work can help you help your client work through transference;
9) Describe the connection between an individual’s transference and the impact of transference on our world;
10) Identify how transference is a treasure in disguise.
Judith Barr, MS, LPC, LMHC
As a depth psychotherapist who always goes to the root, Judith Barr has been helping her clients--and helping other therapists help their clients--to heal more deeply and fully than they could ever have imagined. Judith has been helping to guide people safely into the abyss within and back out again for over 30 years. Her innovative work helps therapists and clients alike make a connection between our healing of our relationships with money, politics, power, fear, grief, ourselves, others and more and the state of our lives, our nation, and our world.
Judith offers sessions for individuals, couples, and groups, workshops, consultations for the public, and training and supervision for healing professionals. Through her book, Power Abused, Power Healed, her newsletters, her Huffington Post blog, her PoliPsych blog, and her speaking engagements, media appearances and teleconferences--Judith teaches about how we can heal power abuse, and how we can help to create change and sustainable safety in our world from the inside out.
For more information or to contact Judith, please visit www.PowerAbusedPowerHealed.com
1.5 CE credits will be provided by GoodTherapy.org for attending this Web Conference in its entirety. GoodTherapy.org is approved as a continuing education provider by the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) and the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS). GoodTherapy.org is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. GoodTherapy.org maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
In short, participants will be able to listen to the event by calling in to our teleconference center. Prior to the event, all participants will be sent an email with instructions on how to login to the teleconference center. This event will include lecture, interaction, and question and answer periods.
This Web Conference 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.