About this training Therapists often feel uncertain about how to effectively support clients in their family planning journey, which can be dynamic and complex in today’s cultural paradigm. As societies
About this training
Therapists often feel uncertain about how to effectively support clients in their family planning journey, which can be dynamic and complex in today’s cultural paradigm. As societies have progressed, individuals have gained more access to information and resources, leading to increased freedom and choices regarding family planning. However, societal, political, cultural, and familial family planning norms can vary widely, resulting in individuals and couples feeling overwhelmed by the decision making process. Additionally, certain groups within society continue to experience profound stigma, financial strain, and stress related to family planning that further impact an individual’s reproductive identity.
Please join Victoria Stroz, LCPC, PMH-C, from Wildflower Center for Emotional Health, as we explore modern-day family planning from a biopsychosocial perspective in order to assist psychotherapy clients in intentionally and actively exploring their desires, values, and options.
Participants will be able to:
- learn contemporary terms, concepts, and research related to family planning, such as reproductive identity, the myth of maternal instinct, and statistics related to reproduction and family planning.
- gain an understanding of the impact that societal, cultural, and familial expectations and norms have on individual family planning challenges.
- facilitate family planning discussions and activities in an effort to assist clients in navigating a variety of aspects of family planning, including identity development, values, role transitions, and grief.
1.5 continuing education credits are offered upon completion for the following license types: LPC, LCPC, LSW, LCSW, Clinical Psychology, LMFT.
This training will count toward 1.5 of the 6 advanced hours needed for clinicians working to obtain their PMH-C through Postpartum Support International.
A portion of proceeds will benefit Collaboration for Early Childhood, a nonprofit organization located in Oak Park, Illinois. The Collaboration for Early Childhood does collective impact work and seeks to examine local systems, and create ways to impact local capacity to provide resources, information and support for families and providers of children under five years of age.
Please register here. If you have any questions, please contact Eden Himidian, LCSW, RYT: ehimidian at wildflowerllc.com.
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Please note: slides will be distributed following the presentation, however, the training recording will not. In order to receive CEUs, be sure to stay for the duration of the event and fill out the post-training survey.
There will be no refunds.
(Wednesday) 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm