Got Conflict? We’ve Got Solutions!

Got Conflict? We’ve Got Solutions!

Conflict is inevitable in therapy, and if handled effectively, can not only lead to resolution, but deeper understanding and greater connection. This experiential and didactic workshop will offer attendees specific, effective sociometric and psychodramatic techniques, such as empty chair, doubling vs. mirroring, role reversal and classical encounter, that will allow clinicians to bring action-based skills directly back to their practices, so they can better serve their clients.

Event Details:

WHEN: July 10, 2019
Session 1: 9AM-12PM (continental breakfast provided)
Session 2: 1PM-4PM (afternoon snacks provided)
WHERE: Scarritt Bennett Center – 1027 18th Avenue S. Nashville, TN 37212 Laskey Welcome Center (2nd Floor–Laskey C)
COST: $20 (3 CE credits available)


Event Objectives:

  1. Participants will be able to identify 2 benefits of using doubling with conflict.
  2. Participants will be able to identify 2 sociometric interventions that can lead to conflict resolution.
  3. Participants will be able to identify 2 psychodramatic interventions that can lead to conflict resolution.

Event Facilitator:

Jean M. Campbell, LCSW, TEP, CETIII, CPC, CIPP

Teacher | Trainer | Psychodramatist | Coach | Bodyworker | Consultant | Alchemist | Spiritual Midwife

Jean M. Campbell, LCSW, CIPP, TEP was Director of Operations for a multi-million dollar pharmaceutical advertising and marketing firm in New York City when, because of her own personal healing journey, she realized that while that work was feeding her 401K, it wasn?t feeding her soul. She earned a Masters in Social Work at Fordham University in New York City and went on to focus her clinical work in the areas of substance abuse, trauma resolution and somatic psychotherapy. She has effectively combined her clinical and executive experience in medical, business and clinical settings to provide leadership workshops, team building, staff training, psychodrama and sociometry training for professionals, and personal growth workshops for individuals, couples and families.

Jean is a Board Certified Trainer, Educator and Practitioner of Psychodrama, Sociometry and Group Psychotherapy, a Fellow of the American Society of Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama (ASGPP), a Practitioner and Trainer of Psychodramatic Bodywork?, a Masters Level Certified Experiential Therapist, a TEDx Presenter, a Co-Recipient of the Innovators Award from the ASGPP, a Reiki Master, a Graduate of the Wholebeing Institute Certificate in Positive Psychology, a Certified Professional Coach, and a Somatic Experiencing? Practitioner-In-Training (Completed Advanced I Level). Jean has extensive teaching experience, including as an Adjunct Professor at San Diego University for Integrative Studies in San Diego, CA; as an Instructor at UCLA Extension, University of California, Los Angeles, CA; as a Faculty Member at Ryokan College in Los Angeles, CA; as a Psychodrama Trainer at Onsite Workshops in Cumberland Furnace, TN, and as a Program Faculty Member of the I*CARE (Interpersonal Communication and Relationship Enhancement) Program at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas.

Over the last 24 years, Jean has worked in a variety of clinical settings, including as Director of the Family Program at Inter-Care, Ltd. in New York, NY, as Clinical Director of Clearview Treatment Programs in Los Angeles, CA, in private practice and as a consultant. She started the Action Institute of California in 2005 and is committed to providing safe spaces for leadership, training and personal growth, so that every one has the opportunity to step into his/her best self.

Jean brings her own 30 year healing journey to every workshop or training she offers, is committed to using action to effect change. She believes that what we can?t do alone, we can do together.

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