Webinar: Short-Term Systemic Attachment Oriented Family Therapy
October 8 @ 1:00 pm – 4:15 pm PDT
Short-Term Systemic Attachment Oriented Family Therapy synthesizes both attachment and systemic-oriented modalities to provide a basis for clinicians to work with families on deeper issues; through attachment, clinicians can systemically target aspects within the family and create a secure emotional connection between family members.
This webcast will look beyond the symptomatic behaviors within the family in order to identify stuck interactional patterns and relational wounds. Supporting intersubjective relating to illuminate the hidden emotional and cognitive components that result from attachment/relational wounds can push the family forward, and out of, current patterns that may contribute to the symptomatic behaviors. This program identifies the benefits of use for short-term treatment and setting the stage for long–term healing. This program overviews current research findings and knowledge to inform application and practice.
Friday, October 8, 2021, 9 am-12:15 pm PST
Who should attend:
LPCCs, LCSWs, LMFTs, LEPs, and other professionals that work in the mental health field
Educational Goals:1. Synthesize Systemic and Attachment Oriented models to help families make lasting change.2. Implement evidence-based interventions to increase closeness, safe attachment, and connection within families.3. Identify clinical strategies to improve therapeutic process with families.
Learning Objectives:1. Identify four qualities of a bonding moment.2. Describe three ways a therapist can promote joining in the family.3. Explain 2 goals of Short-Term Systemic Attachment Oriented Family Therapy.
Cost: $35.00 per person (pay with credit card or PayPal upon registration)
CEUs: 3 CEUsare available for this webcast.