HOUSTON GALVESTON INSTITUTE
Walk- in and Single Session Collaborative Therapy
Sue Levin, Ph.D.
Sue Levin, Ph.D., has been a Marriage & Family Therapist since 1990, and a Licensed Professional Counselor since 1983. She is a clinician and supervisor, as well as the executive director of the Houston Galveston Institute (HGI), one of the most highly acclaimed post-graduate training programs in our country. HGI is the home of Collaborative Therapy and Dialogical Practices and is a vibrant learning community as well as a clinical provider of individual, couples and family therapy in the greater Houston area. HGI, under Sue’s leadership, has been privileged to partner with community agencies to serve underprivileged and multi-problem populations with funding from leading foundations in the greater Houston area. Sue’s special interests include disaster and crisis mental health, mind-body skills, and working with unpopular and underserved clientele.
Neca (Irma) Rodriguez
Neca (Irma) Rodriguez is an international therapist, trainer, consultant and supervisor, born and raised in Mexico City, where she currently practices as a collaborative dialogic therapist in private and public settings. She is the founder and director of CAC (Centro De Atención a la Comunidad) a community center where she developed a collaborative approach to single session therapy (SST). She has taken this SST practice to the business world. Neca is faculty at Grupo Campos Elíseos,( an independent training institute in collaborative practices in Mexico City) , HGI, and a Taos Institute Associate
Description: This workshop provides clinicians, in a variety of practice settings, with a Collaborative approach emphasizing the uniqueness of every single session. Adding walk-in/single session capabilities is a way to increase services, decrease staff downtime, and shorten or eliminate waiting lists. The approach is based on current research on brief therapy and uses systemic models of practice that recognize that the average number of sessions for most clients is one. Learn why you can adopt the motto from Moshe Talmon that 'Every session has the potential to be a single session' and can be a complete treatment.
At the end of the workshop participants will …
- Be able to identify 3 ways that Single Session Counseling is different than traditional therapy;
- Be able to name how Walk-In and Single Session Counseling reflect the values as collaborative practices;
- Be able to use Collaborative questions that are part of Walk-In and Single Session Counseling;
- Learn the relevant statistics on dropout and follow-through for counseling clients;
- Learn how to manage the ethical concerns that may arise in doing Walk-In and Single Session Counseling.
7 CEU’s available: Psychologists, Social Workers, LMFTS, LPCs
Houston Galveston Institute maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Houston Galveston Institute is pre-approved by Texas LPC, Texas LMFT, & Texas State Board of Social Worker Examiners, as a Continuing Education Provider.
Schedule of this Training:
Friday February 5th, 2021, 9:00am-4:30pm
The Workshop will be held live on Zoom, an online video-conferencing platform. Participants will be emailed an invitation link prior to the workshop.
Online Virtual Workshop: $39.00
Please register below or call: (713) 526-8390