Last CEU offering: CEU Topic: RODBT- Teaching clients how to receive and evaluate feedback See description below for more details.
When: Friday November 3rd, 2023 from 12pm-1:30pm Where: Virtual, hosted on Google Meet CEU Credit: 1.5 CEUs for LMSW/LCSW, LPC, LMFT, PsyD, PhD, RD/LD Cost: $50 per person Scholarships available, email firstname.lastname@example.org to be considered for a scholarship spot.
Please fill out this google form to sign up for the CEU. You will receive instructions for payment and an invitation for the Virtual Event prior to the CEU:https://forms.gle/wMZnXyeUh4MHaESX7
About the CEU: Our clients, and we ourselves, all have times when we have difficulty taking in feedback. For many this difficulty is a habitual response that happens more often than not. Some people become defensive quickly, damaging relationships and discounting helpful or even crucial feedback. Some people agree with feedback automatically even when the feedback may not be helpful or could even be harmful to them. There are two important skills to utilize surrounding receiving feedback. One is how to receive the feedback in a way that maintains important relationships and is in line with our value system. The other skill is how to evaluate the feedback and determine if it should be put into action. During this CEU you will learn these skills the same way our clients do in RODBT Skills Classes. You will leave being able to teach them to your clients and help them to implement the skills both in therapy and their daily lives. Opportunities will be available to staff client cases where you are having difficulty providing feedback to clients, or observing they are having difficulty accepting or evaluating feedback in their lives.
CEU Objectives: The participant will be able to: 1. Identify when their clients might be having difficulty taking in or evaluating feedback. 2. Teach their clients how to receive feedback. 3. Teach their clients how to determine whether feedback is helpful and effective to put into action.
About the presenter: Rachel received her masters in social work from UT Austin and has been a practicing therapist in Austin for over a decade. Rachel created and facilitated the first RODBT IOP in the state of Texas and is the first intensively trained RODBT clinician in Austin. Rachel currently runs several RODBT skills groups and provides individual RODBT as well as RODBT informed couples therapy. Rachel is also Gottman Certified and specializes in working with couples where one or both partners may be overcontrolled, have OCPD traits, or are neurodivergent.