Experiential Therapy Ethics December 2016
Friday, December 9, 2016 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM (CST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Experiential Therapy Ethics:
Using Attachment Theory and IPNB to Inform Ethical Practice
Friday, December 9, 2016
12:30pm - 1:00 Registration
1:00pm - 4:15pm Workshop
3 Ethics CEUs for LPCs, MFTs, LCSWs, and Psychologists
Modern therapy modalities are experiential in nature. And for good reason. Therapies that bring direct attention to the body, to sensations, to the right-brain-to-right-brain connection with the therapist are powerful and effective. These experiential therapies help us create new, vivid experiences for our clients, lived experiences that are crucial to healing trauma and rewiring the brain.
At the same time, the vivid experiences that create healing present us with specific ethical questions. Questions about touch, about self-disclosure, about emotion regulation.
Come explore these ethical questions in a lively, unique, and immediately useful way. This class will make use of easily understandable and broadly applicable aspects of attachment theory and of experiential therapy itself to support an authentic, flexible, and compassionate way of being deeply ethical in our practices. Every session. Every day.
When & Where
DEEP Center Training: Candyce Ossefort-Russell, LPC-S
Candyce Ossefort-Russell, LPC-S is a clinician, supervisor, therapist trainer, and writer in private practice in Austin, TX. Her therapeutic perspective has emerged from over 20 years of actively living and studying psychological and spiritual perspectives of suffering and transformation. She is the founder of The DEEP Center for Counseling and Psychotherapy Training, where she brings her warm, emotionally engaged style to intensive trainings and study groups that make attachment-based experiential therapy come alive in practically useful ways.