The 5th Annual Minnesota Adlerian Conference will take place Friday, September 24, 2021. The topic is: Helping Clients Change: You Can’t Pour from an Empty Cup.
This six-hour training addresses issues related to burnout, compassionate fatigue, and vicarious trauma that helping professionals face in their daily life, and especially during the times of mass crises.
· Participants will identify sources of and significant differences between burnout, compassionate fatigue, and vicarious trauma.
· Participants will interpret typical scenarios in light of these differences, and will relate personality variables to how burnout, compassionate fatigue, and vicarious trauma are experienced and how these may be impacting their professional practice.
· Participants will design their own creative and communally useful wellness plan, based on Adlerian perspective of wellness.
In this training, participants will attend a mini lecture, a life demonstration, a panel discussion with local experts, and small groups experiential exercises.
Speaker – Marina Bluvshtein, PhD LP; MA LMFT
Panel moderator – Gary Schoener, LP
Panel Presenters – Jonathan Bundt, MA LMFT; Pamela Oberoi, MA; Sara Stamschror, MA LMFT; Carri Sullivan, MA LPCC.
The training has been planned as both in-person and virtual. So, you can decide whether to join us in person at the University of Minnesota Landscape Arboretum or remotely via Zoom. There is also an option to purchase a recording of a portion of the training (a min-lecture and panel discussion only). If COVID-19 prevents us from continuing with our plans of in-person training, we will move the training to Zoom.
There will be a limited amount of in-person attendees. Please order your tickets early if you want to attend in person.
Each in-person attendee will receive a special gift – four books by Willard and Marguerite Beechers.
NEW this year:
The morning portion will include a lecture, demo, and breakout session. The afternoon portion will be a panel discussion with breakout sessions.
We are getting the lecture and panel discussion portions professionally recorded and that recording will be available to purchase here for $30: https://www.classtra.org/courses/3606A127-BBF2-4896-9EEB-C730176C1253 (No CEU’s are available for the recording). Conference attendees will receive a coupon for half off the recording. This coupon code will be in your confirmation email.
In-person attendees will receive up to 6.5 CEU’s. Live virtual attendees have the option to purchase a ticket with or without the 6.5 CEU’s.
3 CE hours of ethics approved by the MN Board of MFT (3 Ethics CE + 3.5 Regular CE = 6.5 CE). This is a CE reporting year!
6.5 board approved CEs for psychologists, LPC/LPCC, and MFTs.