Exploring FAQs about Intrapsychic Humanism Psychotherapy: A Panel Discussion
6-8 PM, Light Dinner at 5 PM
Join us for a lively panel discussion addressing FAQs about Inner Humanism psychotherapy. A panel of five experienced Inner Humanism therapists will answer commonly asked questions, as well as engage the audience in a discussion of their own specific questions. Two CEUs are available for social workers, psychologists, and teachers. The seminar will address frequently asked questions about Inner Humanism psychotherapy, including:
*How is diagnosis and treatability determined?
*How does the therapist understand clients' symptoms?
*How are concepts from Intrapsychic Humanism helpful in the treatment of substance abuse?
*How does the therapist help clients find their own motive to engage in the treatment process?
*How can therapists track progress in treatment?
Responding to these, as well as participants' questions, is a panel of experienced Inner Humanism psychotherapists:
Carol Johnson, LCSW, Clinical Social Worker, Director of Staff Development, Smart Love Family Services
Sara Johnson, PhD, LCSW, Clinical Social Worker, Director of Training, Smart Love Family Services
Doug Morrison, PhD, Clinical Psychologist, Independent Practice & Northwestern University
Marian Sharkey, PhD, LCSW, Clinical Social Worker, Independent Practice & Northwestern Medical Faculty Foundation
Patricia Walker, PhD, Clinical Psychologist, Independent Practice & Northwestern University
Walter Miller, LCSW (moderator), Clinical Social Worker, Independent Practice
Please feel free to send your own questions to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will include them in the discussion as time allows.