Increase the effectiveness of treatment by identifying and resolving ruptures and breaks in the therapeutic relationship
Therapeutic impasses are common but can be frustrating and difficult to resolve. They can also impact the effectiveness of treatment. Roadblocks can be practitioner or client-initiated, but nearly always require practitioner input to repair. In this workshop, you will learn how to identify and resolve roadblocks to ensure treatment is most effective.
- Understand the common client and practitioner behaviours that interfere with treatment
- Learn how to identify and resolve roadblocks in treatment
- Find out how to turn an impasse into a learning opportunity for you and your client
Who should attend:
This is a specialist skills workshop suitable for new, experienced and advanced practitioners. This workshop is suitable for workers in clinical settings.
Facilitator: Paula Ross or Dr Richard Cash or Dr Moira Junge
The training was very reflective; there was lots to think about. It was easy to engage with the trainer, and it made me realise the importance of good external supervision.
Online event access details will be provided by the event organiser