March 8, 15 & 28, 2016 ~ 12:15pm to 1:30pm
3.5 Continuing Education Credits Available – $50.00
Registration Deadline: Tuesday, March 8, 2016 (12:00pm)
The focus of this seminar will be on the use of cell phones, email, texting, and other social media and how it impacts the therapeutic relationship. Exploration of how a therapist sets boundaries and protects the clinical relationship. Ethical concerns and therapeutic implications will be addressed as we explore the how these modern technologies can help and/or distort relationships.
Goals and Objectives
- Recognize the different ways modern technology can be used in the clinic in 2016.
- Explore ways therapeutic boundaries are affected due to the use of modern technolog.
- Identify and explore ethical and personal concerns.
The IIGP Faculty, CME committee members and the presenters receive no commercial support.
Anne Herrick completed her Bachelor’s of Liberal Arts at Albion College, Albion, Michigan in 1998 where she studied psychology. She then obtained her Master’s in Social Work at Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan in 2000. While in her graduate program, Anne focused on individual and group work in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Upon graduation Anne treated families and children in a variety of settings including in-home support and behavioral issue consulting. Since that time Anne has assisted many families adjusting to parenting through the Beaumont Hospital Parenting Program. Currently Anne is a Fellow at The Institute for Individual and Group Psychotherapy. She is a member of the National Association of Social Workers.
Pamela Torraco, a past president of our Institute practiced long-term therapy with Dr. Bar-Levav and Associates, P.C. for over 35 years. She has been directly involved in the post-graduate training of many therapists and has produced publications dealing with various aspects of long-term therapy.