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Matthew 5:16: "Let Your Light So Shine Before Men That They May See Your Good Works and Glorify Your Father Which Is In Heaven"
March 16, 2018
Interpersonal Boundary Formation: Attachment, Developmental, and Family Systems Theories
8:30 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.
Registration 7:45 a.m. to 8:25 a.m
6 CE HOURS (NBCC and SW hours)
PRESENTER: LYNN HAZARD, LICSW PIP, CAMS-II
Review attachment, developmental, and family systems theories as they relate to interpersonal boundary formation
Differentiate between healthy and unhealthy boundary-related behaviors that originated in childhood attempts to protect oneself from emotional harm
Discover cultural, generational, and familial interpersonal boundary patterns
Assess client social and emotional needs that underlie boundary issues
Identify methods of modeling and developing healthier boundaries within the client’s interpersonal relationships
Recognize client perceptions of boundaries within the counseling/therapeutic process
Lynn M. Hazard, LICSW-PIP, has provided social work since 2006. Most of her clients were trauma victims from preschoolers to older adults. She began presenting for Leslie Phillips Seminars® in 2016. Her social work experience includes individual counseling, adoption home studies, intern and new graduate supervision, case management, and licensure exam preparation tutoring. Lynn focuses on evidence-based practices that incorporate mind, body, and spirituality. She is experience in trauma healing, play therapy, and is now an certified anger management specialist. Before becoming a social worker, Lynn was also an Occupational Therapist (28 years), teacher and blind rehabilitation specialist. She has an MSW from The University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa), MA in Education from The University of Alabama at Birmingham, BSW from UAB, and both a Masters and Bachelors from Western Michigan University.
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