Relational Treatment Planning
Treatment planning in ESFT is more than pro forma paperwork separated from the actual on-the-ground treatment. It is, in fact, an intervention that can be a major determinant of treatment outcomes. If done well, the treatment planning process shifts the viewing of problems and their solutions to a more relational perspective, setting the stage for highly focused, meaningful, productive work with motivated family members. This course describes procedures for making this happen. Basic principles related to relational treatment planning are described.
1.5 Hours CE Credit
This course provides a guide to choosing and then creating meaningful, measureable goals and action steps that are systemically informed. Concrete examples are provided for demonstrating how to apply the SMART approach to the development of clinical goals and action steps, and how to keep them achievable by sticking to incremental, tiny habits.
2.0 Hours CE Credit
- Teacher: C. Wayne Jones, PhD