Using a developmental approach, Curt Widhalm and Katie Vernoy discuss the functional and emotional challenges for therapists at each career stage. Therapists at all career stages will feel heard and understood -- and ready to tackle what comes next.
At every stage of development for therapists, there are risk factors and systemic challenges that can lead to burnout. Without directly addressing these issues, therapists may struggle to provide as much help to clients as they could, and even to continue to pursue psychotherapy as their career. This course identifies the specific challenges and risk factors encountered by therapists at each stage of the development process, and offers specific tactics you can use to survive and thrive as a modern therapist, wherever you are in your career.
Video format, 1 hour CE. Video recorded live at the 2018 Therapy Reimagined conference in Los Angeles. Total running time 81 minutes.
Identify three domains of negative outcomes potentially experienced by psychotherapists with low resiliency
Summarize six practices for psychotherapist resiliency
Identify at least one key functional and one key emotional goal for therapists at each of four different career stages
- Change the world
- Stages of therapist development
- Discussing the biggest modern therapist problems
- What can we do about it?
Format & Length:
Video format; Total running time 81 minutes
To obtain your CE certificate, you must progress through all course segments, complete a satisfaction survey, and obtain a score of 80% or higher on a course completion quiz.
Who Should Attend
Counselors, clinical social workers, and marriage and family therapists.
Publication and Review Dates:
Course Published: February 25, 2019
Financial Support Statement:
SimplePractice Learning pays course presenters for their teaching. There is no other financial support for this course.
Conflict of Interest Statement:
There is no potential conflict of interest or outside commercial support for this course.
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Continuing Education Approvals:
This course is not part of our APA-approved continuing education program for psychologists at this time.
SimplePractice has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6961. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. SimplePractice is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
SimplePractice is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for LMFTs, LPCCs, LCSWs, and LEPs (CAMFT CEPA provider #145276). SimplePractice maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Courses meet the qualifications for the listed hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and/or LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.
SimplePractice is approved as a Rule/Statute Approved Provider of Continuing Education by the Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage & Family Therapy, and Mental Health Counseling. Note that we do not automatically report CE completion to CE Broker at this time, so certificates of completion must be manually uploaded. Click here for more information.
SimplePractice is approved to provide continuing education activities for Marriage and Family Therapists in the state of Texas. MFT CE Provider Number 1271.
SimplePractice is approved to provide continuing education activities for Professional Counselors in the state of Texas. LPC CE Provider Number 3446.
SimplePractice is approved to provide continuing education activities for Social Workers in the state of Texas. Social Work CE Provider Number 7678.
This course is not part of our continuing education program approved through NAADAC. Click here to view our complete CE approval information, or check out our collection of NAADAC approved courses.
This course is not part of our continuing education program as an approved provider for the New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work.