Reconnecting to Your Intuition: A Self-Care and Supervision Workshop for Clinicians
December 4, 2020 • 9am – 4:30pm CT (Virtual via zoom!)
Facilitated by: Dr. Adele Lafrance, C.Psych, co-creator of EFFT (Emotion-Focused Family Therapy)
Join us for a full day of workshop-based clinician self-care and supervision inspired by theory and practices from EFFT. It is normal for us as clinicians to be impacted by our work with clients and/or their family. When this occurs, our access to our instincts or fund of knowledge is temporarily “blocked” by nervous system activation. Our personal life can also be affected. Triggers or “clinician blocks” are normal and to be expected, regardless of the age of the clinician, years of experience or extent of training. In fact, we believe that the capacity to recognize one’s triggers, and the willingness to work through them, are notable strengths. This workshop will offer a container for clinicians to engage in self-care practices while engaging in personal and professional development. Tools, techniques, and supervision interventions will also be reviewed to support clinicians to regain access to their clinical intuition on their own or with peers. Participation can be active or observational, to the comfort of the participant. Limited opportunities for case review/processing will also be available.
This workshop is recognized by the International Institute for EFFT for one day of in-person training.