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Advanced Workshop May 3rd & 4th, 2019, Boise ID “Individual Psychology Skills for Enhancing Relationships with Clients”

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Register through April 23rd for the early bird special of $195.00
(This is open to all graduates of The Series who have received their Certificate in Professional Studies of Adlerian Psychology.)

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(This is open to all graduates of The Series who have received their Certificate in Professional Studies of Adlerian Psychology.)

Featured Speaker: Rocky Garrison, Ph.D.

Individual Psychology ~ Skills ~ for Enhancing Relationships with Clients

Alfred Adler described and modeled a process for integrating the results of the assessment process in counseling, identifying seven “tests for correctness.” In the first day of this workshop specific IP strategies for generating hypotheses about the client’s style of living and for assembling and verifying these hypotheses into a case formulation will be presented and demonstrated. A method unique to IP, multiple psychotherapy, will also be described and demonstrated as one way to utilize the case formulation in therapy.

The second day of the workshop focuses on developing the IP skills related to enhancing the client relationship and to promoting an encouraging, respectful, and egalitarian working alliance. Current literature identifies four key factors of a working alliance: informed consent, nurturing a therapeutic bond, sustaining task orientation, and maintaining goal alignment. The Working Alliance Inventory will be used to define the components of a constructive therapeutic relationship and to aid participants in identifying their strengths and weaknesses in the process of establishing and maintaining a working alliance.

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My original training in Adlerian Psychology was with Rich Kopp when I was in graduate school, 1973-1978. He was the chair of my dissertation using early recollections to explore sex role stereotypes. I completed a post graduate certification in Adlerian psychotherapy with Bob Powers and Jane Griffith in 1990. I served as Treasurer of IAIP, am a longterm member of NASAP and have served on their Board of Directors. I was also a board member and President of Oregon Society of Individual Psychology. I have published several papers in JIP and presented at the annual conference numerous times. I am currently an Associate Professor at Adler Graduate School in Minneapolis, where I teach on-line courses.