Fri, Jun 21, 2019 - 12:00 PM - 03:15 PM
This workshop will review RBMS (Title 19) requirements for individual and group psychotherapy. Many clients admitted to both acute and residential levels of treatment demonstrate deficits in emotional regulation, with resulting problematic behaviors. Targeted used of interpersonal skills focused on processing feelings, thoughts, behaviors, and outcomes in both individual and groups counseling interventions may produce both immediate and lasting improvements in emotional regulation and social behavior. Focal points of this workshop include a combination of structured social learning theory, cognitive behavior therapies, and interpersonal problem-solving approaches.