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Recorded Webinar- Narrating the Process in Therapy: The Ethics of Using Self-Disclosure

Narrating the Process in Therapy: The Ethics of Using Self-Disclosure
3 Ethics CEs
In this training, Dr. Scott Secor will examine the common psychological phenomenon of transference and countertransference and discuss common ethical concerns related to these dynamics. H will then discuss how to use process comments in therapy to help illuminate transference/countertransference dynamics to help prevent ethical missteps and create a more authentic healing environment for clients.

Courses expire 30 days after purchase.

Objectives include:
1. To learn how to ethically respond to the common phenomenon of transference and countertransference in therapy.
2. To differentiate between self-disclosure and process comments in therapy.
3. To process the risks of making interpersonal comments and highlighting countertransference reactions in session.
4. To explore how to navigate the process dimension in the therapeutic space.

Dr. Scott Secor
Dr. Scott Secor is a Licensed Health Service Psychologist and Licensed Professional Counselor. He obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Oklahoma in Counseling Psychology. Currently, he is the Director of Clinical Training for the Graduate Programs in Counseling at Southern Nazarene University and is the CoDirector of Renew Counseling Center. His clinical specialty is in psychological assessment, along with working with anxiety and trauma

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Non-members pay $30 for access to recorded webinars.
OCI Members pay only $18
This course meets criteria for 3 hours of ethics continuing education by the Oklahoma Board of Behavioral Health for Oklahoma LPC and LMFT license holders, by the Oklahoma State Board of Licensed Social Workers (provider #20240088) for Oklahoma LCSW license holders, by the Oklahoma Board of Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselors (certificate #20240018) for LADC and CADC license holders (3 hours ethics CEs), and for Oklahoma case managers (3 hours ethics CEs).

No Prerequisites Required for This Course.
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