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The Psychology of Forgiveness and Its Therapeutic Application - Module 2

The Psychology of Forgiveness and Its Therapeutic Application - Module 2

The Psychology of Forgiveness and Its Therapeutic Application - Module 2

Mr Jed Rosen LCSW
Mr Jed Rosen LCSW
on behalf of Rutgers University School of Social Work

$25.00 $ 25.00 $ 25.00

$25.00 $ 25.00 $ 25.00

$ 25.00 $ 25.00 $ 25.00
$ 25.00 $ 25.00 $ 25.00
Normal Price: $25.00 $25.00

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Launch date: 15 Mar 2018
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Last updated: 15 Nov 2018

Reference: 187282

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Gary Depice (9 Apr 2018)
Again great job. Very well presented. Nice tone to your presentation
Ms jeanne vollmann LCSW, ACSW (29 Aug 2018)
The brief exercise which demonstrated the reframing of the grievance story was powerful.
Catherine Mirra (29 Aug 2018)
Extremely helpful. Technique is easily understood and can help us and our clients.

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This course is only available to trainees days after purchase. It would need to be repurchased by the trainee if not completed in the allotted time period. This course is no longer available. You will need to repurchase if you wish to take the course again.

Description

This class is the second module of the therapeutic application of forgiveness based on the model of the Stanford Forgiveness Project for the mental health professional.

Objectives

Course Objectives
Participants will review the seven steps of forgiveness.
Participants will learn to apply the Grievance Story when working with clients in therapy.
Participants will learn to apply stress reduction exercises as a route to forgiveness.
Participants will learn the concept of unenforceable rules and how they apply to therapy.
Participants will learn about the grief process and its role in fostering forgiveness.
Mr Jed Rosen LCSW

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Mr Jed Rosen LCSW
on behalf of Rutgers University School of Social Work

Frederic Luskin, Ph.D. is a Lecturer at the Stanford University School of Medicine. He founded The Stanford Forgiveness Projects, a teaching and research group studying the health benefits of forgiveness. The Forgiveness Project forms the bedrock of our forgiveness methodology and informed Dr. Luskin’s best selling books, Forgive for Good and Forgive for Love.

Jed Rosen, M.S.W. is a clinical social worker and psychotherapist in private practice for over thirty years. He is the Co-Founder and Clinical Director of The Forgive for Good Center, an organization that delivers seminars and training on forgiveness for social service and mental health professionals. Mr. Rosen has trained mental health professionals to integrate forgiveness into their clinical practice in workshops throughout the United States.

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs - State Board of Social Work Examiners
  • 1.00 Units
  • New York State Education Department Office of the Professions: Social Work
  • 1.00 Units
  • Rutgers University School of Social Work
  • 1.00 Units

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User Reviews (7)

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Gary Depice (9 Apr 2018)
Again great job. Very well presented. Nice tone to your presentation
Ms jeanne vollmann LCSW, ACSW (29 Aug 2018)
The brief exercise which demonstrated the reframing of the grievance story was powerful.
Catherine Mirra (29 Aug 2018)
Extremely helpful. Technique is easily understood and can help us and our clients.
Danielle Vinh (27 Aug 2018)
I particularly enjoyed how the presenters had us go through the PERT technique in order to get a better understanding of how it is used.
Lori Sparzo (26 Aug 2018)
This module was excellent!
Marlo Washington (2 Jun 2018)
Again, the course was great!
Mr David Lacouture MSW, LSW (19 Aug 2018)
I loved and loved your team presentation

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