It is important to acknowledge multiple perspectives in process-focused therapy. For example, the common problems that may arise from faulty process, what the client cannot do, i.e. their stuckpoints. Another is the goal of therapy and sessions on helping clients correct their faulty process. Clinicians also need to find ways to maximize the effectiveness of sessions by avoiding replicating faulty process and problems within the session. Clinicians must intentionally create corrective emotional experiences so clients leave therapy feeling differently than when they came in.
In this 2-hour continuing education web conference, Robert Taibbi, LCSW will discuss four common stuckpoints for individuals and three common stuckpoints for couples and families in therapy. Robert will also discuss treatment maps for each of these problems so clinicians can hit the ground running in addressing these issues during sessions. He will explain how clinicians can identify what they want to do and not do in the session process to prevent replicating problems and to create positive experiences.
Finally, Robert will discuss therapy as performance, as well as tools and tips for maximizing the session process. Whether clinicians are relatively new to therapy, or seasoned professionals who want to look at process in a new way, this web conference may help them learn how to be more intentional and creative in their practice.
This introductory instructional level web conference is designed to help clinicians:
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2 CE contact hours will be provided by GoodTherapy for attending this web conference in its entirety.
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Robert Taibbi is a licensed clinical social worker with 45 years of experience, primarily in community mental health, working with children, couples and families as a clinician, supervisor, and clinical director.
Robert is the author of 11 books including:
He has published over 300 magazine and journal articles and has contributed chapters to several books, including the Encyclopedia of Couple & Family Therapy and Favorite Counseling Techniques: 55 Masters Share Their Secrets, which cited him among the top 100 therapists in the country.
In addition, Robert currently writes an online column entitled "Fixing Families" for Psychology Today, which has over 6 million reader sessions. He is also an expert contributor to Marriage.com, has served as an advice columnist for several magazines, and has received three national writing awards for Best Consumer Health Writing.
Robert provides trainings both nationally and internationally in couple therapy, family therapy, brief therapy, and clinical supervision. He is a graduate of Rutgers University and the University of South Carolina, and he has served as adjunct professor at several universities. He is currently in private practice in Charlottesville, VA.
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