Boundaries act as a compass or guidance system that is used to make every single professional and personal decision. Working as a mental health professional involves constant contact with people and requires effective boundary skills that some clinicians may not have developed. Boundary skills help prevent burnout, lower stress, and improve overall health.
In this two-hour continuing education web conference, Sarri Gilman, LMFT, breaks down the complicated topic of boundaries. She will share an approach for helping individuals create lasting boundary development. She will outline ways to help people in therapy pay attention to their own boundaries and their boundary life lessons, as well as self-care planning for the clinician.
Sarri will discuss the work a therapist must be willing to “sweat” through to become an authentic guide with boundary development. She will explain the process of boundary development that includes self-awareness, boundary awareness, emotional awareness, and extreme boundary challenges.
This introductory, instructional level course is designed to help clinicians:
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Whether you're attending this presentation live or via audio, it will engage you - because of the spontaneity and contagious enthusiasm of the speaker! - Karen Christopherson, MSW, LMSW, CAADC
Sarri was warm, engaging and obviously passionate about her subject. She was very supportive and encouraging when interacting with the participants' questions and comments. This material on boundaries is SO important! I often recommend Sarri's book to my clients. - Dawn T Lewis, MS, LCPC, NCC
Two CE credits will be provided by GoodTherapy.org for attending this web conference in its entirety.
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Sarri Gilman, LMFT, has been a licensed marriage and family therapist for 30 years. While managing her own private practice, she was the executive director for several non-profits while also teaching leadership to managers and executives. As a private practice therapist, Sarri has worked, lived, and raised her family in a small, close-knit community on Whidbey Island, Washington, where she has provided therapy to individuals and families over several decades. In addition to her private practice, Sarri travels extensively providing consulting services and teaching workshops on boundaries.
Sarri distilled her diverse and deep experiences as a licensed marriage and family therapist, the executive director for several non-profits, and a passionately involved community advocate into her book, Transform Your Boundaries, and workshop of the same name. Her goal was to provide a thorough, hands-on experience that invites her readers to become immediately involved in developing their own boundary skills.
Sarri recently shared her thoughts on boundaries as a TEDx speaker and developed the Choose Your Boundaries eCourse to help anyone practice personal boundary skills anytime, anywhere. Sarri is in the process of writing her second book, which is written for professionals in healthcare and human services. For more information about Sarri, please visit her website www.sarrigilman.com and www.transformyourboundaries.com.
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