Tag Archives: evidence-based treatment

Building Better Counselors

JSF Dance Party

This is a link to a hot off the presses article in Counseling Today. The focus is all about how professional counselors (and all psychotherapists) can be BOTH evidence-based AND relationally oriented. My co-author, Kindle Lewis, is one of our fantastic doctoral students in the Department of Counselor Education at the University of Montana. And . . . by the way. . . the University of Montana is NOW the NEW best college destination on the planet. Ask me why:).

Here’s the link: http://ct.counseling.org/2017/11/building-better-counselors/

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Upcoming Webinar: Engaging and Treating Youth with ODD and CD

Tomorrow at noon Mountain time I’ll be doing a one-hour webinar titled: Engaging and Treating Youth with Oppositional Defiant Disorder and Conduct Disorder (and their Parents). This webinar is hosted by Western Montana Addictions Services. The webinar link for Tuesday, June 10th at noon (MST) is:

https://sas.elluminate.com/m.jnlp?sid=2008093&username=&password=M.5473E398E968F03FF120D04D57D5CF
Conference call line and pin: 571-392-7703 PIN: 832 106 441 879

Join in if you can. I’ll post the powerpoints for the webinar later today or tomorrow.

Happy Monday.

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