Time & Location
Oct 13, 2023, 12:00 PM – 1:20 PM
Virtual Lunch and Learn
About the event
MN Board of CLE - pending (1.25)
“Concept Creep” was introduced to our MN AFCC community for our fall half day conference a few weeks ago. Concept creep is when a concept is used beyond the original intent of the idea. Sometimes it can be good, such as when it broadens our understanding of the term in different areas. Other times, it can be harmful because the term becomes so overused it is diluted and meaningless. We would like to continue the discussion of “concept creep” as a round table discussion of professionals in Minnesota. Please join us for the Lunch and Learn on October 13th to be involved or observe this large group discussion about terms we frequently see being misused such as abuse, trauma, narcissism, safety, etc. We will discuss our experiences and work with clients to be able to navigate “concept creep” to better serve the families we work with.
- Explore ways to talk with clients or other professionals about concepts that are incorrectly being used or have alternate meanings.
- Collaborate with other professionals on how to approach clients or the family law role when confronted with concept creep in a case.
- Participants will be able to identify where “concept creep” occurs across disciplines in the field and approaches to decrease negative outcomes for families.
Erin Guyette, LAMFT
Carol Hornbeck, LMFT
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AFCC Member (ONLY)Price$0.00
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