Beyond Burnout Prevention: Optimizing Therapist Performance to Improve Client Outcomes (recorded webinar) – Online CE Course
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Beyond Burnout Prevention: Optimizing Therapist Performance to Improve Client Outcomes Course Objectives and Description:
- Identify three impacts of burnout on client outcomes.
- Describe four variables that positively impact the therapeutic alliance.
- Assess three changes to their treatment systems to improve therapy delivery to clients.
Running on empty is not just bad for us, it’s bad for our clients. Although the majority of therapist training and continuing education is focused on clinical work and clients, strong research suggests that the therapeutic alliance and how the therapist shows up has a huge impact on whether clients get better or even stay in therapy. As therapists, WE are important to how well our clients do, not just which clinical intervention we decide to use. We need to look beyond patching ourselves up and jumping back into the therapy room. We must optimize our performance so we can be our best in the room. Only when we take care of ourselves (and advocate for systemic changes) can we truly do the work we signed up to do.
Instructor/Presenter: Katie Vernoy, LMFT
Katie Vernoy is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, with a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from California State University, Fullerton and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Theater from Occidental College in Los Angeles, California. Katie has always loved leadership and began stepping into management positions soon after gaining her license in 2005. Katie’s experience spans many leadership and management roles in the mental health field: program coordinator, director, clinical supervisor, hiring manager, recruiter, and currently as Past President of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. Now in business for herself, Katie provides therapy, consultation, or business strategy to support leaders, visionaries, and helping professionals in pursuing their mission to help others. Katie is also the co-founder and co-host for the Therapy Reimagined Conference and the Modern Therapist’s Survival Guide podcast.
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