Given the ways we understand what leads to therapeutic progress its useful to have a consistent framework for designing a treatment plan.

Speaker: Keith Sonnanburg, Ph.D.

Keith Sonnanburg is a clinical psychologist with more than 40 years of experience in a wide variety of applied settings. He has practiced in medical, mental health and educational settings as clinician, consultant, supervisor and administrator. He has taught in graduate, undergraduate, continuing education, and community forums. His B.A. was in Philosophy, from State University of New York at Stony Brook. His M.A. in Psychology was received from the New School for Social Research (now The New School). The Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology was awarded him by the University of Washington. Dr. Sonnanburg currently maintains a diversified private practice, near the Seattle Center, with a satellite office in Edmonds.

Given the many ways, we understand what leads to therapeutic progress, its useful to have a consistent framework for designing a treatment plan. We’ll explore the elements of change and how they’re applied to individual cases.

Learning Objectives:

1. Identify several targets for change in psychotherapy and counseling

2. Name several common elements of therapeutic change

3. Recognize how separate components of therapeutic change can be integrated

TIME: 11AM – 12PM PST (2PM – 3PMEST)

1 Continuing Education Credit Hour Offered.

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