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How do I choose? Finding the best therapeutic approach for your client
UNC School of Social Work
325 Pittsboro St
Chapel Hill, NC 27599
USA
Saturday, February 29, 2020, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM EST
Category: In-person Trainings

New psychotherapy approaches are developed at a dizzying pace in our current era. This is particularly difficult for new therapists but can also be bewildering for more experienced therapists. This training will discuss how to choose a therapy approach that is the best fit for both therapist and client. Case examples will be used to demonstrate key concepts. The workshop will provide guidance about the common factors in psychotherapy, understanding new approaches, how to choose an approach for a particular client and how to focus one’s continuing education efforts.

Learning Objectives:
As a result of this workshop, participants will be able to:
1. Describe the process for deciding on a therapy approach with a particular client, considering client and therapist factors as well as the research.
2. List three common factors in most all psychotherapies that can be laterally transferred between different therapeutic approaches
3. Describe a plan for your continuing education in being expert in at least one approach and proficient in several other approaches.   

This conference provides 2 contact hours of continuing education credit for social workers. Certificates will be provided on-site.

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Registration fees

NCSCSW Members - $35 (Early bird pricing - $25 through February 8, 2020)
Nonmembers - $50 (Early bird pricing - $35 through February 8, 2020)
Student Members - $9
Students - $12 (Must present a valid Student ID)

Meet the Presenter: Marilyn Ghezzi, MSW, LCSW

Marilyn Ghezzi, MSW, LCSW is a Clinical Associate Professor at the UNC-CH School of Social Work. She teaches numerous courses on mental health theory and practice. Before joining the faculty in 2008, Marilyn worked as a clinical social worker in a public mental health clinic for 24 years. Marilyn has won numerous teaching awards since joining the faculty at UNC Chapel Hill and was voted “Most Outstanding Faculty Member” by the 2013, 2014, 2017 and 2019 graduating classes at UNC-CH School of Social Work. Marilyn was also awarded the 2017 Distinguished Teaching Award for Post-baccalaureate Instruction. This honor is awarded to four professors each year who are selected from the entire UNC-Chapel Hill system.


Contact: [email protected]