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28apr9:00 am4:00 pmMastering The Art Of Parent Engagement In Therapy With Kids And Teens
Oftentimes we think helping kids cope with trauma and stress is about engaging the child in the therapy room and parents are not part of the equation. Many therapists have
Oftentimes we think helping kids cope with trauma and stress is about engaging the child in the therapy room and parents are not part of the equation. Many therapists have limited time and options for collaborating and working with parents – and it is not something we are taught.
Dr. Victoria Grinman, dubbed the “Parent Whisperer” for her effectiveness in working with parents, specifically in engaging difficult-to-reach parents, is excited to share the art of engaging parents with compassion and influencing them with integrity and alignment in helping kids live with joy and for their family to experience ease and peace. Participants will gain confidence in their approach with the toughest of cases, leading to an aligned teamwork approach. Dr. Grinman is has been afforded the opportunities to work with some of the most challenging cases, from high-profile families dealing with pressures, to families coping with intergenerational trauma-related dynamics, and everything in between.
“Parents are dealing with various stresses and often feel stuck in their ability to support their child in a way that works. They have “tried it all” and feel they have failed. That is most likely when they come seeking support from you.” – Dr. Grinman
6 CEs available to NYS LMHCs, LMFTs, LCSWs, LMSWs, NYS Licensed Psychologists NYS LCATs, and NYS Licensed Psychoanalysts upon successful completion of this virtual training. * A lunch break is scheduled from 12pm-1pm on this day.
Upon completion of training, attendees will be able to better:
-evaluate how therapist’s own self-awareness can be used to support parent engagement and understanding of their contribution to child outcomes.
-analyze trauma from a developmental, psychological, and physiological perspective to understand children’s emotional and developmental needs
-construct effective plans to respond to resistance and challenges when supporting parents and children in therapy.
-demonstrate how involving parents in child therapy will improve child’s treatment goals outcomes by engaging parents in being models of the kinds of outcomes they want to see (regulating their own nervous systems, teaching them how to speak to their children so they will listen, etc.)
-integrate coregulation techniques to promote more effective parent-child interactions.
-demonstrate competency in utilizing techniques to self-regulate prior to and in sessions with parents.
In accordance with the NY State Department of Education guidelines, in order to receive continuing education contact hours, a participant needs to be present for the duration of the workshop/training. Therefore, participants who arrive late or leave the event early will not be granted a certificate of completion.
Cancellation Policy: Refunds will be provided for cancellations made in writing up to three business days prior to the start of the event.
Accommodations and Accessibility: HVPD welcomes participants with diverse abilities. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request accessibility accommodations. Accommodation requests are considered in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.
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