December Training 2017
Pamela Crow, LCSW and Patricia Albrecht, Psy.D.
Pam Crow has worked as a Clinical Social Worker for over 30 years. Ms. Crow is a nationally known expert in the field of child trauma, is one of the first forensic interviewers at CARES NW, and maintains a private practice. Ms. Crow has presented trainings locally and nationally, including on child therapy, sand tray therapy, child abuse, and vicarious trauma.
Patti Albrecht has dedicated her career to working with children and families in community mental health and private practice over the last 30 years. Dr. Albrecht’s national and local trainings have included topics on treating foster children, work with toddlers, parent-child evaluations, filial therapy, and parent consultation.
Join us for a day exploring the complicated ethical issues unique to therapy work with children, adolescents and families. All therapists have to deal with tricky ethical complexities, however, child and family therapists have to hold a multitude of perplexing situations at once. Together we will address the dynamic interplay and the multiple layers involved in this work, with particular focus on consent, confidentiality and competency in therapy with children. We will end with time for discussion and understanding the critical need for self-care and self-awareness in this work.
6 CEUs - NASW Credit
$110 for ORAPT members and students
$150 after 11/24/17
Email email@example.com or call her at 503-281-0085.
ORAPT is co-sponsoring trainings by:
Firefly Institute of Research and Education:
Play Therapy and Professional Clinical Training