Working with Shame in Psychotherapy and Psychological Assessment
Saturday, September 28, 2013 5:00 pm
In this two-day intensive workshop, Dr. Stephan Finn, founder of the Center for Therapeutic Assessment in Austin, Texas, will lecture about contemporary research and theory about shame and discuss implications for applied clinical work. He will show videotapes of working with clients around shame, and will teach a number of specific, effective interventions that can help clients heal shame. At various points during the day, participants will work in small groups doing role plays of these shame interventions. Finally, Dr. Finn will discuss shame in clinicians, and how it both limits our effectiveness and gives us empathy for our clients.
This workshop qualifies for 12 hours of CEU's for Licensed Clinical Professional Counselors, Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists.
We have negotiated a special rate of $82/night (single/double) at the Hilton Garden Inn Bozeman for participants in the workshop. To secure this rate, you must make your reservations on or before August 27, 2013 by calling 406-582-9900 and mentioning the "MSU Human Development Clinic Workshop", or by visiting the hotel website:
The room rate at Hilton Garden Inn is available until August 27.
Early registration fee by September 2, 2013. Contact MSU's Human Development Clinic at 406-994-4113.
The cost of this event is: $325 for individual professionals; $100 for full-time graduate students and post-doc students
For questions regarding this event, please contact:
Department of Health & Human Development