1. Describe how emotion vulnerability and invalidation transact to create emotion dysregulation in families.
2. Implement use blocking, validation, coaching, and skill teaching when working with family members.
3. Build a treatment target hierarchy relevant to parents and partners.
4. Identify specific skills that can be used to manage the session effectively when family members are chaotic or dysregulated in the session.
Up to 20.5 CE Hours for Psychologists & NJ Social Workers
Instructional Level: Intermediate
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