Therapy Reimagined 2018
So much of what we learn – in grad school, at conferences and workshops – is about how to treat our clients. We learn interventions and things to do TO clients.
But what about you? The most important part of therapy is the therapeutic relationship and we’re often only trained about how to take care of the client-half of that equation.
What are you doing to grow yourself? As a clinician, a business owner, a professional?
Therapy Reimagined 2018 is seeking to bridge this gap. Therapy Reimagined pulls together amazing speakers to have the conversations we need to have now:
- How to be a whole person therapist and develop a welcoming practice with our increased understanding of diversity
- How to incorporate systems and technology to improve our ability to serve clients (and sustain our practices)
- How to advocate for our profession, to strengthen our ability to practice and decrease mental health stigma
- How to take care of ourselves and practice deliberately, to improve our clinical outcomes
Therapy Reimagined 2018 has also put together a Virtual Swag Bag with tons of goodies just for people who attend the conference– free stuff and special offers worth more than $1000! From trainings and books to business and marketing services!
Therapy Reimagined 2018 is not just a conference. It’s a therapy movement. And we’re inviting you to join us from the beginning.
We’re excited to be supporting this conference and have joined together with Therapy Reimagined to offer you a chance to join the #therapymovement for up to $20 off. Because you are a member of our community, you can use the code XBTR2018 at check out to take advantage of this special offer.
Since 2004, Lori has worked with the behavioral health treatment community to bring awareness about mental health disorders and evidence-based treatments. Lori strives to help people better understand mental illness and provide support to those needing help and their families. As a mental health advocate, Lori works to be a voice for those suffering from substance abuse, dual diagnosis, borderline personality disorder, depression, anxiety, trauma, or any other disorder.