BRIGHTjourney: Building Self-Esteem in the Adult: A Spiritual Perspective
6.75 CEU’s include: Psychologists*, LCSW, LPC/LMFT*, LADC, CM/CMII* *Pending Approval
Friday, June 16, 2017
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Crossings Community Church
14600 Portland Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73134
This instructional seminar has been developed to introduce professionals in the areas of mental health and medicine to a treatment approach and therapeutic method of working with patients blending cognitive behavioral and family system theories.
The seminar presents the five therapeutic Questions of Identity, the theoretical background and the research of self-esteem and spirituality from which the five questions were developed. Instruction concerning the direct application of this theory to a professional practice setting will be offered.
Participants of this workshop will:
1. Learn the five questions of identity and ways to apply this methodology to their professional practice.
2. Be able to define the fundamental concepts of spirituality and self-esteem as presented in this seminar.
3. Learn new treatment options for use with their patients.
4. Explore appropriate psychological and/or medical interventions using videos, workbooks and multi-media to increase treatment efficacy.
5. Discuss the aspects of self-esteem and spirituality that contribute to mental health/illness issues.
6. Outline the ethical issues associated with patient care in this treatment modality.
Combining the use of PowerPoint segments and lecture, Dr. Bright Cochran will introduce and explore each of the five questions of identity in-depth. Discussion will follow the development of each question and then further lecture and presentation will be used to demonstrate the clinical application of these five questions. Additionally, the research bibliography will be given to each participant, as will sample pages of the workbook written by the author to accompany the lecture.
Katrina H. Bright Cochran, Ph.D., is a counseling psychologist with a private clinical practice, specializing in marriage and family therapy, identity issues for men and women, adolescent and child treatment and group psychotherapy. She holds a doctorate in education from the University of Oklahoma as well as a doctorate in counseling psychology from Oklahoma State University. For more information, Dr. Cochran at 405-514-8647.
The registration cost, including the seminar, lunch and CEU certificates:
Workshop and lunch $20
Workshop, Lunch and Workbook: $60 (to receive workbook at event request and payment must be received by 06/09/17)
8:00 a.m.- Registration
8:30 a.m.- The 5 Questions of Identity/Family Systems Theory, Introduction and Overview, Theoretical constructs and definitions developed
10:00 a.m.- Break
10:30 a.m.- Development of the 5 Questions of Identity: Image, Competency, Direction, Values and Legacy
12:15 p.m.- Lunch Break
1:00 p.m.- The use of the genogram in diagnostic and treatment planning. Strengths, weaknesses and ethical issues explored
2:30 p.m.- Break
3:00 p.m.- Lecture/ discussion/demonstration of the use of multi-media, workbooks, journaling and scrapbooking in individual and group therapy settings.
4:30 p.m.- Question and answer period.
5:00 p.m.- Adjourn