Techniques for Behavior Change - Susan Pye Brokaw, LMFT - Approved for 3 CE's

4/16/2021 - 11:00am to 2:30pm CDT

Therapists often struggle with how to help their clients change, to overcome their problems. These are techniques that work.

About this Event

Therapists often struggle with how to help their clients change, to overcome their problems. There are techniques that have been proven to be useful in bringing about change in clients. In this workshop, participants will learn a variety of techniques that are useful in working with individuals, couples and families. They will see demonstrations of some of the techniques and will practice the techniques to build their competence and confidence in using them.

Participants will learn how the use of techniques in therapy sessions can help bring about change in clients.

Participants will learn a variety of techniques that will be useful in working with individuals, couples and families.

Participants will see many of the techniques demonstrated.

Participants will practice many techniques to build their competence and confidence in using the techniques.

Susan Brokaw is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapisty in practice for over 40 years. She is a founder and past faculty of the Adler Graduate School and one of the scholars of the Adlerian community.

Presenter(s): 
Susan Pye Brokaw, LMFT
Fee: 
$0 – $65
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