Workshop: Warming Up the Family to Change
Workshop: Warming Up The Family To Change
July 11, 2018 from 8 AM – 4 PM
Cumberland Heights Music Row Outpatient Recovery Center
1619 17th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37212
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Addicted family systems are locked into unhealthy roles and behaviors. When working with families, it is crucial to utilize sociometry to lower anxiety and warm them up to change. In this didactic and experiential workshop “learning lab” workshop, we will demonstrate the benefits of treating the entire family system, how sociometry and sociodrama can motivate them towards recovery, and provide concrete and applicable tools for clinicians to bring directly back to their practice.
Jean Campbell, LCSW, CIPP, TEP is a Board Certified Trainer and Practitioner of Psychodrama, Sociometry and Group Psychotherapy, a Practitioner and Trainer of Psychodramatic Bodywork®, a TEDx
Presenter, a Graduate of the Wholebeing Institute Certificate in Positive Psychology, and a Somatic Experiencing® Practitioner-In-Training. Jean has extensive teaching experience, including as an Adjunct Professor at San Diego University for Integrative Studies in San Diego, CA; as an Instructor in the Addiction Studies Program at UCLA Extension, University of California, Los Angeles, CA; as a Psychodrama Trainer at Onsite Workshops in Cumberland Furnace, TN.
Over the last 23 years, Jean has worked in a variety of clinical settings, including as Director of the Family Program at Inter-Care 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 everyone 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 on a body, mind and spiritual level, and believes that what we can’t do alone, we can do together.
|Opening Sociometry/Group Engagement
|Objective: To offer participants 2 sociometric tools to help engage clients
To help participants identify 2 blocks to spontaneity
Question: Utilizing sociometry can help lower anxiety T F
|Doubling vs. Mirroring||30 minutes|
|Objective: Participants will be able to identify 2 difference between doubling and mirroring
Question: Clinicians should always mirror before doubling T F
|Family Sociometry Demo||60 minutes|
|Objective: Clinicians will be educated on 2 engagement skills with addicted family systems
Question: Sociometry can:
A. Warm up the family to engage in the change process
B. Builds connection amongst family members
C. Help identify unexpressed needs
D. All of the above
|Systemic Disease Sculpture||30 minutes|
|Objective: Clinicians will be educated on 2 benefits of teaching the systemic nature of addiction through action
Question: Teaching family members the systemic nature of addiction can help motivate them to pursue their own healing. T F
|Sociometry Game||15 minutes|
|Objective: Addiction robs families of play, so clinicians will be taught a sociometric game to help families engage in a fun activity together.
Question: Anxiety and spontaneity are inversely related. T F
|Brain Demonstration||45 minutes|
|Objective: Participants will be educated on the 3 parts of the brain and how they operate in addiction
Question: Understanding the triune brain can help family members develop compassion for the addict, and for themselves. T F
|Enabler Bottle/Stool Demonstration||30 minutes|
|Objective: Participants will be educated on 2 components of the addiction/codependency dynamic.
Question: Addiction can’t thrive without codependency. T F
|Breaking Free From the Drama Triangle||30 minutes|
|Objective: Participants will be provided 2 specific tools for assisting families to understand how the Drama Triangle dynamic perpetuates addiction
Question: Every family member, including the addict, tends to be in each role in the drama triangle at some point. T F
|Questions and Answers||15 minutes|
|Closing Sociometry||30 minutes|
|Objective: Participants will be educated on 2 differences between engagement and closing sociometry.
Question: Closing sociometry can help clients consolidate the gains they have made in treatment. T F