This pre-recorded virtual webinar has been approved for 2 CEUS by the Boards of Behavioral Health and Therapy and Marriage and Family Therapy.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive your CEU certificate. You must email the admin by 1/31/2023. Any participants that email 2/1/23 or after will receive a Certificate of Attendance and you would be responsible for obtaining your own board approval. Please note that board approval is not guaranteed after 2/1/23.
*No refunds are given for virtual webinars
"HIGH CONFLICT RELATIONSHIPS: HELPING THE STUCK CLIENT" with Jenni McBride McNamara, LMFT
Presenter’s bio: Jenni is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who specializes in high conflict relationships. Jenni is the creator and developer of High Conflict Relationships: Rescue, Recovery, and Restoration and is expanding that program to include clinician training and certification. Jenni's the author of "Outsmart Your High Conflict Divorce" as well as several other titles. A member of AFCC, Jenni works closely with attorneys, parenting consultants, and the Courts to provide services to individuals, couples/coparents, and families who are in crisis because of personality conflicts. Jenni is the owner of TouchingTrees Counseling and Relationship Services in Eagan and is also trained as a mediator and parenting consultant.
Workshop Description: This workshop is for clinicians who often hear this: "My ex/partner/parent/anyone else is a narcissist!" Clients who have begun the work of figuring out what's wrong in a relationship often get stuck at the entry point -- learning about personality disorders. This workshop provides clinicians strategies and therapeutic interventions to help those clients move from where they are to a place of self-trust, change, and peace.
1. Participants will learn about more about 6 high conflict personality disorders.
2. Participants will learn how to structure therapy with a client who feels stuck because of a high conflict relationship.
3. Participants will learn how to focus clients away from the "other" and turn that focus on themselves and what they can do to reduce their stress.
4. Participants will learn how to incorporate psychoeducation, IFS, narrative, and future-focused interventions to help clients move toward creating change for themselves.