Join us for an interactive workshop with Fatimah Finney exploring the dynamics of therapy in home-based and community-based settings. This workshop aims to resource therapists and those who supervise them with practical knowledge and skills for navigating and cultivating a sound therapeutic relationship in a variety of settings. This event is geared towards current licensed mental health professionals seeking continuing education.
Sponsored by the Division of Counseling and Psychology Field Training Office this event is free and open to the public offering 2.5 CE hours authorized through MaMHCA for LMHC's. Space is limited, to RSVP please email Tiffany Luongo at email@example.com
1. Participants will learn three important components in establishing and maintaining professional boundaries for
the therapeutic relationship.
2. Participants will learn how to determine when out-of-office interventions are useful to treatment.
3. Participants will learn to identify and work through bias/transference regarding non-traditional spaces.
About the Presenter:
Fatimah Finney is a licensed mental health counselor who has been practicing in a community mental health setting for the last 6 years. She has experience working with trauma survivors, including domestic violence and substance use in out-of-office settings. She is passionate about holistic wellness and bringing health education to underserved communities. She currently provides individual and couples therapy in her private practice using Internal Family Systems Therapy as a framework for healing.