Who Is Taking Care of the Therapist? (click here for more)
Over the years, I have witnessed valuable colleagues and heard stories of excellent professionals burning out and leaving the psychotherapy field. Why? Taking care of oneself as a therapist is a most important subject that is too frequently neglected in professional training and in our practice. Using my personal and professional experience along with basic Adlerian concepts, I will share some ideas to suggest what structures are required to keep yourself sane, your spirits high, and a smile on your face. To register, please click HERE.
- Who decides who the ‘client’ is and how the therapist draws the family in at the onset of therapy
- The significance and importance of the therapist’s peer consultation outside his workplace with a focus on case presentations to keep teaching/learning from one another
- The significance of the therapist’s understanding of his business and personal finances so that s/he can support clients in their own money matters
Leftheris has been a didactic instructor and core faculty member of the Adler Graduate School since 1989. He practiced as a marriage and family therapist both in private clinics and in private practice in Minneapolis and St Paul for 30 years. He worked with issues of addiction and recovery, shame and guilt, depression, anxiety, intimacy, sexuality, and infertility in his practice. He was an adjunct assistant professor in the Chemical Dependency/Family Treatment Training Program at St. Catherine University and adjunct faculty in the Program of Human Sexuality at the University of Minnesota Medical School. He has extensive training in marriage and family therapy and sexuality.
Adler Graduate School has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6915. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Adler Graduate School is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
To register please click here or call (612) 767-7044.