Clinicians often report feeling “stuck” and unsure of the reasons why clinical strategies aren’t working. In this recording shame expert, Patti Ashley, Ph.D., LPC, will help enhance your clinical skills using neurobiological-informed and relational-informed strategies for identifying and treating toxic shame.
Toxic shame is like an infectious disease that lies untreated due to symptoms being difficult to recognize or misdiagnosed. Learning how to recognize and treat toxic shame requires you to be vulnerable and courageous in the therapy session.
Recognizing the signs of toxic shame in the assessment and treatment process can be difficult. Here are some examples of client behaviors to watch for that could indicate shame:
This recording will take you back to the origins of shame and help you identify the non-verbal unspoken and unseen aspects in clinical work. Understanding how shame can undermine the therapeutic alliance and using somatic strategies to deepen an authentic relationship with the client are the keys to working with toxic shame in clinical practice.
Dr. Ashley has heard other clinicians who have taken this workshop say they experienced a “sigh of relief.” This is a recording you don’t want to miss!
This online program is worth 5.75 hours CPD.
|Manual - Toxic Shame in Clinical Practice (4.81 MB)||76 Pages||Available after Purchase|
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