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Working Together Effectively:  The Intersection between Systemic Therapists and Family Law Professionals
Working Together Effectively:  The Intersection between Systemic Therapists and Family Law Professionals

Mon, May 13

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East Side Neighborhood Services

Working Together Effectively: The Intersection between Systemic Therapists and Family Law Professionals

Spring Half Day Conference Hybrid event. Page down for description.

Time & Location

May 13, 2024, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

East Side Neighborhood Services, 1700 NE 2nd St, Minneapolis, MN 55413, USA

About the event

MN Board of CLE - approved

MN Board of Psychology - approved

MN Board of MFT - approved

MN Board of Social Work - approved

MN Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy

      - LACD - approved

      - LPC/LPCC - approved

ADR - approved

This half day interactive seminar is 4 hours of teaching for all family law professionals on the role of  family therapy especially for attorneys and non-therapists. It will increase the effectiveness of your work with family therapists by providing an in-depth look at how family systems concepts guide our work with families. How do therapists assess families' needs, formulate therapy goals and measure progress?  What makes it challenging for therapists and attorneys to work together?  What are the ethical limits of the therapist's role?

Learning Objectives Include:

  1. Describe where and when a referral for family therapy is useful
  2. Explain how a Family Systems perspective influences a therapist’s role
  3. Understand tools/strategies family therapists use to  assess and intervene in family dynamics
  4. Identify common areas where family therapists and family law attorneys hold competing goals/purposes
  5. Articulate common barriers to change within a family system

Although primarily aimed at legal professionals, the participation of mental health professionals is welcomed and encouraged.

Speakers:

Erin Guyette, LMFT

Kent Kodalen, PhD, LP

Carol Hornbeck, LMFT

Tickets

  • Member

    $70.00
  • Non-Member

    $100.00

Total

$0.00

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