Young adults make their relief clear when you can simply show them that you get it. That you understand the weight of their stressors, and how challenging this time of life can feel. Not all of those in quarter-life experience this stage as a crisis, but many do. Claire Hapke specializes in working with this stage of life, and leads you through research and clinical considerations with clarity and humility.
The challenges faced by young adults today are different from those faced a generation ago. Changes in educational debt, family formation, and technology have left many struggling to navigate key questions of identity and purpose. In this course, Claire Hapke, LMFT, details the stressors impacting young adults, reviews the research on mental health in quarter-life, and provides guidance for therapists and counselors to help clients through this difficult and rapidly-changing stage of life.
1 Hour CE. Recorded Video Format (non-interactive)
Describe at least two ways in which quarter-life has significantly changed in the US
Define a quarter-life crisis in a manner that is distinct from a mid-life crisis
Identify at least three common treatment goals for clients in quarter-life
Identify at least three techniques to help address a client's quarter life crisis
1. How quarter-life is changing
2. The quarter-life crisis
3. Clinical Treatment
a. Four-phase model
4. Case example
5. Research findings
a. Specific studies
b. The language of quarter-life
c. General conclusions
This course gives insight from an experienced survivor of this QLT. The motivation, treatment and perspectives shown will help a clinician to treat this Generation Z and Millennium client. Explanation of depression and anxiety does not quite make...Read More
This course gives insight from an experienced survivor of this QLT. The motivation, treatment and perspectives shown will help a clinician to treat this Generation Z and Millennium client. Explanation of depression and anxiety does not quite make the grade when talking to clients in their mid 20's and 30's. This course does help refine and rewrite what is happening to this generation within their crisis which may be exhibiting as depression/anxiety. Thanks for presenting and for sharing information.Read Less
Format and Length:
Recorded video format (non-interactive). Total running time 60 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. Learners are expected to complete the quiz within a reasonable number of attempts, and may be blocked from completing the course and receiving their certificate if unable to do so.
Completion Quiz and Course Evaluation:
After watching course videos, the course completion quiz will be available to complete, followed by the course evaluation.
Who Should Attend:
Psychologists, counselors, masters or doctoral level clinical social workers, and marriage and family therapists.
Publication and Review Dates:
Course Published: September 15, 2020
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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