NAVIGATING THE ETHICAL LANDSCAPE OF THE AGING THERAPIST:
A MINDFUL EXPLORATION OF THE CHANGING TERRAIN
Friday, April 15, 2016 OR Saturday, June 4, 2016
Psychotherapy is a profession that values the wisdom and experience of the older practitioner. We may continue our work into our seventh, eighth, or even ninth decade! For the seasoned therapist who is experiencing physical and developmental changes that come with aging, there are both gifts and losses. The changing landscape of self directly affects our way of being with clients. This workshop will provide an experiential exploration of our awareness of those changes, how they affect our therapeutic relationships, and the ethical issues intertwined in our navigation of those changes.
Application has been made to the Georgia Society for Clinical Social Workers for approval of FIVE ETHICS hours.
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Joanna Colrain, LPC, CGP provides treatment, supervision and consultation in Atlanta. She has spent 19 years as a clinical supervisor and 23 years as a workshop presenter. She is published in the field of PTSD and dissociation, and is a member of the LPCA Registry of Counselor Supervisors, as well as a supervisor for the AGPA Group Psychotherapist certification. Joanna offers monthly supervision groups for licensed clinicians who want to deepen their skills and become more mindful in their work. All of her workshops are designed for experiential learning.
Joanna Colrain, M.Ed., LPC, CGP - 2910 N. Druid Hills Rd. NE, Atlanta, Georgia 30306 -
770-220-4059- email joanna