with Lynn Louise Wonders, LPC, RPT-S, CPCS
This LIVE online training will be offered on two dates. This training is appropriate for clinicians providing counseling support for famiiies who are struggling with the parenting and co-parenting experience during this COVID19 pandemic. Stress levels are higher for parents and children. Now more than ever, families are in need of our counseling support. This 2 hour training will provide clinical strategies for how to guide parents in their parenting and their co-parenting challenges.
Saturday May 9 at 11:00 to 1:00 EASTERN TIME ZONE
This training offers 2 NBCC CE training hours. This is NOT a play therapy training. This is appropriate for any clinician who works with children and families or those who provide couples and adult individual therapy services.
Upon completion of this training participants will be able to:
- Describe three theoretical orientations that can be the basis for effective clinical strategies in aiding divorced and divorcing parents.
- Identify the clinicians professional role in supporting the parents differentiated from roles in which other clinicians may serve.
- Name three potentially high risk scenarios with divorced or divorcing parents clinician should screen for.
- List ten specific strategies clinicians can utilize to best support a divorced or divorcing couple with their parenting and co-parenting.