Healing from Family Estrangement *ZOOM*(3CEs)
About this event
Family can be a source of support, encouragement, and love for many people. However, there is a population of people who report never having this experience with their family members. Moreover, they report having the opposite experience. That is, family has been the source of pain, discouragement, and violence.
Family estrangement is more common than you think. Making the decision to separate from family is a difficult one with many layers. This workshop will offer insight into the social and cultural implications of family estrangement and discuss research related to the topic. It will also present therapeutic suggestions that work toward healing and missteps that create harm in patients. Lastly, we will review case studies and real-life examples of the impact of estrangement.
This workshop meets the MULTICULTURAL requirement for licensure.
For additional information: CE@myiHEAL.com or (410) 864-0211 ext. 4
CE Credit: 3
- Social Workers (Category I)
- Professional Counselors, Addiction Counselors, & Marriage & Family Therapists (Category A)
Workshop Level: Beginner to Intermediate
Workshop Type: Webinar ONLY
Out of State Providers: Our workshop is co-sponsored by the Maryland Psychological Association. Most mental health boards across the United States will accept CE credits from state health professional organizations like MPA. Please check out your professional board information to determine if this workshop will meet your continuing education needs.
- Discuss the cultural and social implications of estrangement
- Analyze research related to family estrangement
- Dissect cases of estrangement
- Identify therapeutic approaches and techniques that support healing