Forum: Right Use of Power

Dear Members and Visitors to GoodTherapy.org,

Today we were pleased to present the fourth teleconference in the GoodTherapy.org Winter Teleconference Series: The Right Use of Power presented by Cedar Barstow, M.Ed. A big thanks to Cedar for taking the time to present to GoodTherapy.org members her wonderful attachment based approach to ethics.

To support those of you who attended today’s teleconference and who may have more questions or would enjoy having a forum to discuss the Right Use of Power with others, we created this blog entry to serve as a forum where you can post your questions, leave comments, and engage in a dialogue about it. I hope that everyone will feel welcome, whether you attended the conference or not, to join us in the discussion. Cedar has kindly agreed to visit the blog and answer questions about the RUOP model. So please feel free to post questions, concerns, feedback.

To view the comments or make your own, simply scroll to the bottom of this particular article and click on the “Comment” link.

For more information about the RUOP and Cedar’s training programs, please visit her website: rightuseofpower.com

Enjoy,

Noah :)

Noah Rubinstein, LMFT
Founder and CEO

https://www.GoodTherapy.org

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