The Integrated Clinician's Toolkit

  • 6/2/2023
  • 3:30-5 PM EST
  • Zoom
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Training for mental health professionals can sometimes leave us completely embedded in one or two theoretical orientations or treatment styles, not allowing us to gain exposure to other techniques, theories, or perspectives. Even more, we aren't taught how approaching therapy from several perspectives can improve treatment outcomes.

In this 90-minute seminar, Dr. Broderick Sawyer, relying on his highly integrative training, will review and connect the basics of several theoretical orientations, including but not limited to: Psychodynamic, Mindfulness, CBT, Acceptance and Commitment, Compassion, Exposure, Attachment, and more.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the similarities and differences across several popular theoretical orientations related to client intervention.
  2. Learn how to practice the basics of several popular theoretical orientations- regardless of training background.
  3. Understand practical in-session techniques related to different theoretical orientations.
  4. Learn how to easily adopt new techniques into your therapy practice- without needing to completely alter your overall style or favorite orientation.

This training is approved for 1.5 CE Hours.

Contact [email protected] for more information.

About your trainer...
Broderick Sawyer, Ph.D.
Psychologist, Activist & Consultant

Originally a college basketball player from a small Connecticut city on the edge of NYC, Broderick Sawyer is now a clinical psychologist, teacher, activist and consultant living in Louisville, KY. In his graduate training, he studied mindfulness meditation, compassion, and behavioral techniques for healing racial trauma and other forms of generational harm.

Seeing the transformational power of attention and compassion skills within himself and former patients, Broderick shifted to teaching outside of the therapy room. His goal was to remove the barriers to learning accurate mental health information, especially for change-makers (i.e., non-profit employees, activists, therapists, etc.), and those who don't have access to 1 on 1 psychotherapy.

Dr. Sawyer now personally collaborates with non profit businesses, therapy clinics, universities, grassroots organizers, and other organizations, to provide custom-fitted training events, psychology curriculum for in-depth skill-building, and ongoing consultation and mentoring.

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