CE Hours: 2
C. Wayne Jones, PhD
An effective case conceptualization tells a story that pulls everyone together, energized to work toward a common, mutually agreed-upon goal. This course demonstrates how to do this using systems theory and the techniques of ESFT. This course provides a rubric for developing meaningful systemic cases conceptualizations that tell a story. Multiple case examples are provided to help therapists distinguish between case conceptualizations that are systemic and those that are not.
At the end of this course, participants will be able to:
1. Describe the process of case conceptualization in ESFT
2. Describe the nature of a Negative Interactional Pattern (NIC) and how it is used to develop a meaningful relational treatment plan.
3. Describe how to use enactments, highlighting pattern, and pushing the conversation to reframe individual problems as relational.
4. Distinguish between systemic and non-systemic hypotheses
5. Describe and demonstrate a best practice rubric for evaluating case conceptualizations
This online distance learning course includes webinars, readings, links to other online resources on trauma, and post-tests to ensure comprehension of the material.
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