With multitudes of treatment approaches, research reports and books, it can be challenging for today’s practitioner to separate fact from fiction. So, what actually works in therapy?
Drawing from a comprehensive review of 40 years’ research, Scott D Miller will identify the core factors responsible for therapeutic success, regardless of theoretical orientation or psychiatric diagnosis. The workshop will include practical, common sense and empirically-supported therapeutic skills that can be used to efficiently and effectively resolve clients’ problems.
Workshop attendees will learn:
- evidence-based factors responsible for therapeutic success
- empirically-supported practices and skills to enhance therapeutic outcomes
- a reliable method for assessing and enhancing therapeutic relationships with clients and progressing in treatment.
Scott inspires practitioners, administrators and policy makers to make effective changes in service delivery.
About the presenter
Scott D Miller, PhD, is a counselling psychologist and author, and co-founder of the International Center for Clinical Excellence. Scott conducts workshops and training around the world, and his research has been featured at the prestigious Evolution of Psychotherapy Conference.