Co-Therapy: Structure & Process
Saturday, September 16th
Synchronous, Virtual webinar via Zoom
2 Core CEs approved by GAMFT #177-2022 (will count as related for LPC, SW)
Co-therapy is an underutilized tool in work with couples and families that can be a significant source of change. With limited documented resources about how co-therapy is structured and utilized, the presenters will provide some structure to the process through their own experiences and with informing theories.
Understand the benefits of using co-therapy.
Understand which client systems are appropriate for co-therapy.
Understand ways co-therapy partners use their relationship to engage change in the client system.
Understand ways to navigate the logistics of co-therapy relationships.
About the Presenters:
Jennifer Vann, LMFT is the owner and Director of Services at Cornerstone Family Services. She has been working with individuals, couples, and whole families for 15 years in the Roswell & East Cobb communities. She specializes in experiential work and welcomes the use of co-therapy with families and couples as often as possible. Jennifer is also an AAMFT approved supervisor.
Ken Cross, MDiv, LMFT is the owner of New Day Atlanta Therapy that works out of Cornerstone Family Services in Roswell, GA. He is an active Methodist minster and in addition to pastoral counseling also offers pre-marital and couples counseling, couple retreats, and classes and seminars on family life, stress, and grief.
Jenn & Ken have been working as co-therapists since 2019 providing services to whole families and couples who are a fit for dynamic, experiential interventions from a systemic lens.
This workshop has been approvedfor 2 CORE hours by GAMFT. #177-2022
(Counts as related hours for LPC, SW)