Mary Jo Barrett on Discovering How Clients Learn
Rich Simon • 1/22/2014 • 1 Comment
People experience and respond to trauma in any number of ways, so the first step to determining how to best help clients work through their trauma is to understand their growth cycle.
After many years of working with traumatized clients, Symposium 2014
presenter Mary Jo Barrett has figured out the essential steps to offering effective trauma treatment.
Watch the clip below from one of our webcast series sessions to hear Mary Jo talk about the first stage of trauma treatment, where she teaches clients about the natural cycle of growth in order to discover how they prefer to learn and change.
Mary Jo Barrett, MSW
, the founder and director of the Center for Contextual Change, teaches at the University of Chicago. She’s the coauthor of Systemic Treatment of Incest.
Join us at Networker Symposium 2014 to hear Mary Jo speak at the trauma forum, "Advances and Challenges in Trauma Treatment Today
," and/or attend either of her workshops, "The Ethically Attuned Therapist
" and "Customizing Trauma Treatment
Networker Symposium 2014
March 20-23 in Washington, DC
Mary Jo Barrett