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(Webinar) How to Get Parents to Participate in Therapy

  • March 15, 2021
  • 6:00 PM
  • December 30, 2021
  • 12:00 PM
  • online via Zoom


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Recorded Webinar

This webinar has been approved for 2.0 CEUs by the MN MFT Regulatory Board the Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy. 

$30 for MAMFT members, $50 for non-members

You need to register using the email associated with your active MAMFT membership to receive the member rate.

Refund Policy: No refunds are given for webinar recordings.

Submit the evaluation form and email our administrator before 1/30/22 to qualify for CE credit.  Further details on these steps will be provided in your confirmation email.

Workshop Title: How to Get Parents to Participate in Therapy

Workshop Description: Engaging parents in therapy is not only critical to the outcome for the child/teen, but is also a necessary component to sustaining the health of a family after treatment has ended.  Would you like to learn how to engage clients in your work more effectively? Through research and clinical experience I hope you will find it is easier than you might think.

Workshop Objectives:

1) Learn strategies to increase engagement with parents

2) Understand why some parents do not engage in therapy

3) Learn how to increase men/father’s participation rates

4) Learn some effective family therapy tools

Presenter’s Name: Steven Dupic, LMFT

Presenter’s Bio: Steve Dupic is a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT), is nationally certified in TF-CBT (Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), certified in MAP (Managing and Adapting Practice), is certified in TEAM-CBT (Level 1) and a MN Board approved MFT supervisor.  He primarily works in schools providing therapy to individuals and families, psychoeducation/training to school staff, and crisis response to students who may pose a danger to self or others. He enjoys working with parents so they are able to create the change they are seeking more quickly, and have the tools needed to maintain their progress long term.  He believes parents are one of the key factors to successful therapy, and helps them maximize their influence to support their loved ones.

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