The Uses and Misuses of Self-Disclosure



ESGOTADO  - Workshop Experiencial com Janine Roberts - ESGOTADO
Sábado, 24 de Março de 2012
14h-18h00, no ISCSP em Lisboa




The Uses and Misuses of Self-Disclosure
 

"Not so long ago, therapists’ self-disclosure was a clinical taboo.  But in this more egalitarian age of therapy, many clinicians share their own experiences with clients in the hopes of demystifying therapy and reducing the power differential with their clients.  Yet disclosures have the potential to both heal and harm.  In this experiential workshop, participants will learn under what circumstances therapist transparency is legitimate and useful and when it carries real risks, including interrupting the flow and tone of therapy, crossing established boundaries, and triggering a client’s fear that the therapist isn’t “there” for him or her.  Participants will come away with 11 guidelines for making self-disclosure a safe, clinically helpful part of the therapeutic process". (Janine Roberts)

 



SHORT BIO

Dr. Janine Roberts is Professor Emerita at the University of Massachusetts , Amherst , past president of AFTA ( American Family Therapy Academy ), & an Associate Editor for Family Process.  She is the author of Tales and Transformations:  Stories in Families and Family Therapy(Norton Press, 1994); coauthor of Rituals for Our Times:  Celebrating, Healing, and Changing Our Lives and Our Relationships (Jason Aronson, 1998); and coeditor of Rituals in Families and Family Therapy (2nd edition Norton Press, 2003), as well as some sixty articles and book chapters, and a book of poems, The Body Alters (2009). 


On Fulbright awards she has taught in Latin America , as well as consulted to organizations that work with street-working children and their families.  Dr. Roberts has presented nationally and internationally for decades and has lived, worked, and traveled in more than 60 countries beginning with Kuwait in 1963.  Among other awards, she has received the Distinguished Contribution to Family Therapy Theory and Practice from AFTA.

 

MAIS INFORMAÇÕES:

A Entrada é livre, mas a inscrição é necessária para o e-mail: nucleoformacaosistemica@gmail.com até 21 de Março de 2012.

No caso de pretender certificado de participação, este deverá ser solicitado no e-mail de inscrição e terá um custo de €5.

O Workshop é dirigido a psicólogos, terapeutas familiares, mediadores familiares, psiquiatras ou outros profissionais de ajuda para quem esta temática possa ser pertinente. Serão admitidos finalistas dos cursos das áreas referidas.

O Workshop será realizado em inglês, sem tradução.


LOCAL de realização:

Instituto Superior de Ciências Sociais e Políticas, Rua Almerindo Lessa - 1300-663, Lisboa


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