Dates: Thursdays – April 6, April 13, April 20 and April 27, 2023
Time: 5:00 – 6:30pm Eastern Time (2:00 – 3:30pm Pacific Time)
ABOUT CONVERSATIONS WORTH HAVING FOR CLINICIANS, CASEWORKERS, AND COACHES
As helping professionals, our conversations are instrumental in our work with clients. They can support our clients in moving into a place of curiosity, creativity, and connection or in staying stuck in a place of fear, blame, or shame. This series explores simple strategies and applications for turning all of your conversations with clients into ones worth having.
WHO WILL BENEFIT:
- Therapists, counselors, psychologists
- Case workers
- Counselor/social work educators and supervisors
- Graduate/undergraduate students
- Anyone else in the wellbeing or helping field
You’ll leave with:
- An understanding of the nature of conversation and why our words are important (drawing from neuropsychology, Appreciative Inquiry, and positive psychology).
- A mindfulness practice that you can do on your own and share with clients.
- Two simple strategies to transform your conversations.
- Increased ability to access your curiosity in sessions.
- Increased understanding of the power of our framing as it relates to outcomes.
- Tools and practices that you can integrate into your work immediately.
- A renewed sense of inspiration and excitement around the work you get to do!
Conversations Worth Having for Clinicians, Caseworkers, and Coaches has been approved by NBCC* for NBCC credit. Institute for Just Outcomes through Conversations (IJOC) is solely responsible for all aspects of the program. NBCC Approval No. SP-3900.
*National Board for Certified Counselors
You only need to register once to participate in the four (4) weekly sessions. Successful completion of all four (4) sessions is required for individuals who want to pursue Conversations Worth Having certification with this course.
METHOD OF DELIVERY
These live events will be delivered and recorded using Zoom. You can participate in these live events using any device: computer, tablet, or mobile.
You will receive the Zoom login information upon registration. If you have any questions about this event or have difficulty connecting in Zoom, please contact Michael Emmart at Michael.Emmart@Case.edu