The integration of treatment techniques for clients with anxiety, depression and low self-esteem has been proven to help make treatment both effective and rapid.
In this workshop, you will learn to integrate motivational skills, bibliotherapy, cognitive, behavioral and interpersonal models of therapy to effect therapeutic change. Individuals who previously required months of therapy can now experience significant improvement in just a few sessions. An opportunity for both observation and hands-on practice will be available.
6.0 Category A Continuing Education hours for licensure have been applied for through NASW-NH.
Christine Miller, Ed.M., LCMHC, is a psychotherapist in Bedford, NH and has been adjunct faculty at Plymouth State University Graduate School, NHTI, and New England College. She is a clinician with 35+ years of experience in treating women and adolescents in varied settings including schools, juvenile justice, a group home and family planning clinics. Christine specializes in integrating therapeutic tools, tailoring them to the individual and providing short-term, focused and brief psychotherapy.
Christine received her Master of Education from Boston University. She designs and leads day-long workshops for mental health professionals and educators with UNH Professional Development & Training. Her particular interests are the biological basis of behavior and psychopharmacology, anxiety disorders, psychiatric disorders associated with reproduction, and teens/women’s issues.