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Spirituality in Psychotherapy

September 9, 2020

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6 CE Hours Credit

Overview  Based on current research, this workshop presents a conceptual framework for therapists to understand the relevance of spirituality to a variety of clinical concerns. Attendees will also emerge with concrete skills to assess for and address spirituality in their psychotherapy practice.

Background & Basics
· Historical tensions and the current climate of spirituality and mental health
· Definitions, ethical issues, and respecting diversity
· Spiritual resources, struggles and symptoms
Case Formulation & Case Conceptualization
· Case formulation: Using lenses to understand mental health
· Spirituality through a coping lens
· Spirituality through a cognitive-behavioral lens
 Spirituality through an emotion-regulation lens
· Spirituality through an attachment lens
Clinical Interventions I
· Background: Spiritual Psychotherapy for Inpatient, Residential & Intensive Treatment (SPIRIT)
· A brief clinical assessment of spirituality for diverse patients
Clinical Interventions II
· Framing psychotherapy with spirituality to enhance insight and motivation
· Coping statements with spiritual themes
· Integrating spirituality into behavioral activation
· Spiritual conversations for enhancing faith, trust, and healthy attachment to God