SPEAK NO HARM: Spirituality and Religion in Treatment Learn to: o connect with your clients 9 spiritual resources o understand popular creligious d terminology o explore relevant professional boundaries Continuing Education Network www.aurorafcs.org Thursday, February 12, 2009 70 S. River St. Aurora, IL 60506 Non-Proft US Postage PAID Permit #119 Aurora, IL Only $49 Course Outline REGISTRATION FORM (detach and mail or fax) Location: The Copley Theatre 8 E.
Galena Blvd. Aurora, IL 60506 Register online and you 9re automatically entered in a monthly drawing to attend the seminar of your choice for FREE! 4 ways to register: Call: (630) 844-2662 Fax: (630) 844-3084 Mail: FCS, 70 S.
River St. Aurora, IL 60506 Online: www.aurorafcs.org, click on cContinuing Education Network d BECOME A SPEAKER (630) 844-2662, ext. 115 or email@example.com Your expertise.....
our experience " Spirituality " Why popular now? " recent trends and events " the present state of affairs " What is it and how inclusive a de8nition can we construct? " Religion, faith, church - how are these terms related?
" When spiritual matters are on the client 9s mind " When spirituality or religion can be a solution " When spirituality or religion is the problem " When spiritual matters ... more. less.
are on the clinician 9s mind " When and how the clinician engages the client 9s spirituality " When and how the clinician introduces spiritual matters " Attachment theory 9s role in the individual 9s spiritual life " Origins " Adjustments, helps and hurts " What does my spirituality have to do with my professional identity? " The cself d of the clinician " Journey vs. arrival " Speak No Harm " Comfortable conversations about what matters most About the presenter: Fred Devett, LCSW, LMFT, is licensed in both Illinois and Wisconsin as a Clinical Social Worker and also as a Marriage and Family Therapist.<br><br> His clinical practice includes treatment of marital and family issues, clergy & clergy family life, alcoholism recovery, and spirituality. An AAMFT Approved Supervisor and Board Certi8ed Diplomate in Clinical Social Work, Fred has served as an educator and consultant with clergy, churches, schools and other organizations over the last 25 years. Interest in cspirituality d persists in clinical literature and discussions.<br><br> It also remains, however, an area practitioners often admit is easier to avoid or best left untouched. Misunderstanding, insensitivity, and cultural bias toward the client 9s spirituality or religion can harm the therapeutic relationship. In this workshop, participants will learn effective ways to embrace diverse ideas and explore how to integrate this approach into clinical settings from both the client and clinician perspective.<br><br> Name: Company: ddress: City: State: Zip: Phone: Email: Professional License Type: License #: o Yes, I would like to register for: SPEAK NO HARM: Spirituality and Religion in Treatment Thursday, February 12th, 2009 9:00 a.m. 3 12:00 p.m. Tuition: Only $49!<br><br> Includes: - refreshments , lunch - training manual - CEU certificate (3 .0 CEU 9s offered) Family Counseling Service is an approved CEU provider for the following: Illinois Social Workers 3 lic.#159.001.044 Illinois Professional Counselors 3 lic. #197.000145 Illinois Teachers 3 lic. #080918131512204 Method of Payment: o My check is enclosed (made out to Family Counseling Service) o Charge my credit card: ¡ Visa ¡ MasterCard ccount #: Exp.<br><br> Date: