This course is Part (2) of a five (5) part series whereby Dr. Clifton Mitchell delves further in a discussion about the general principles for dealing with resistance. He utilizes his professional experience; as well as varied scenarios to assist participants in identifying common mistakes of therapists that can subsequently cause and/or promote resistance. This would be appropriate for NBCC, CMHP, QMHP.
- Duration: 1.5 hours
- Credit Hours: MCBAP-R (0.0) MCBAP-S (0.0) Mi-CEC (0.0) Nursing (0.0)
General Principles for Working with Resistant Clients
The continuation of this course builds on the basic overview of therapeutic resistance by providing additional principles regarding working with these resistant clients.
Successful Client-Therapist Relationship Components
The course expert will discuss the aspects of behavioral health professionals' relationships that either help to exemplify the success of their efforts, or greatly hinder the therapeutic tactics being used.
Common Mistakes and Pitfalls for Therapists
The course expert will provide examples from multiple practices that help to illustrate the common mistakes therapists make when working with resistant clients. These are meant to point out potential pitfalls for behavioral health professionals to be aware of.