OC CAMFT Presents An Exclusive 60 Minute Webinar: The Dreaded Hour: Getting Comfortable With Clients Who Challenge Us

  • Fri, July 26, 2019
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • 60 Minute Webinar


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OC CAMFT Presents 

an Exclusive 60 Minute Webinar

The Dreaded Hour:

Getting Comfortable With Clients Who Challenge Us


presented by 

Jacqueline Plante, MS, LMFT and Traci Medeiros-Bagan, MACP, LMFT, RYT


WHEN:  Friday July 26th, 2019 12:00pm – 1:00pm (PDT)

Earn 1 CEU (CAMFT CE #59405)

Webinar Description 

We all have an hour or two in our week that we dread most. In this seminar, we'll introduce counter-transference through an intersectional feminist lens. This will support clinicians in discerning whether they are pushing against the boundary of their scope of practice or just need to do some processing around internal experience or bias. Once we have created this foundational skill, we will explore what it means to "do the work" ourselves and how to implement it in the therapy room. This self-reflective practice will transition the dreaded hour to more competent, affirming and knowledgeable care.

One complimentary CEU for this webinar will be provided via email to all registered OC CAMFT members. Members must be logged in for the duration of the webinar to receive a CEU. A recording will be accessible to Members only. Members of OC CAMFT are invited to submit questions for a Q&A period to membership@occamft.orgNote:  The webinar link will be sent via email to registrants on Wednesday July 24th.

Learning Objectives

  1. Introduce the concept of counter-transference through an intersectional feminist lens.
  2. Discern the difference between lack of competence and the experience of counter-transference
  3. Understand what it means to "do the work" and how to implement it.

Registration is FREE to OC CAMFT Members.

A fee of $25.00 will be due from Non-OC CAMFT members.

Presenter Bio:  

Jacqueline and Traci are the Directors of Gather and Grow OC.  Along with

maintaining specialized individual practices, Jacqueline and Traci provide

supervision and education for their team. Gather and Grow OC was

created as a counseling, community, and collaborative learning space. To

Jacqueline and Traci this means prioritizing continued education and

highlighting the importance of affirming care. Their goal is to nurture a

competent and insightful generation of clinicians to serve a diverse population

in Fullerton, CA.

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