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Tuesday, 20 September 2016

Creating School Based Interventions – New

Within a field of child therapy strong instructional guides for working with parents and teachers are not very common. To be effective with children, therapists must also learn how to influence the system at a higher level; this insightful video offers compelling strategies for doing just that.

In our new DVD release Dr Jon Carlson and Dr Don Dinkmeyer draw upon their combined decades of experience to demonstrate necessary skills for creating school-based interventions.

CONSULTATION: CREATING SCHOOL BASED INTERVENTIONS - 2 CPD HOURS
http://www.psychotherapydvds.com/Consultation-Creating-School-Based-Interventions

In this DVD you’ll find essential tools for working with the belief systems that govern many adult-child interactions, and discover tangible ways to support adults in making positive changes:
-          Carlson and Dinkmeyer introduce the video with a brief overview of key consultation theories and the skills needed to work with “managers” of the system, including alliance building and informative psychoeducation.

-          You’ll then watch each clinician conduct a series of real consultations, ranging from meetings with individual teachers to parent-child pairs and finally, a group of five mothers. Carlson and Dinkmeyer eschew the traditional “identified patient” model so often brought to therapy, and throughout the video, they emphasize the role of the adult’s response to the child as central to effective change.


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