Ohio Counseling Association

Event Details

Reality Therapy and Self Evaluation: The Key to Client Change

  • 11 Jan 2019
  • 12 Jan 2019
  • Xavier University

January 11 & 12, 2019

Reality Therapy and Self-Evaluation: The Key to Client Change
Xavier University, Kennedy Auditorium

CONFERENCE BROCHURE

Presenter: Dr. Robert Wubbolding - international expert on reality therapy and choice theory.

Brochure Attached.

CEUS for Ohio Counselors, Social Workers and MFT'S

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This workshop discusses the core concepts of self-evaluation and the WDEP system of reality therapy, and answers the commonly asked question: “How do I intervene with clients who appear to be unmotivated to make changes in their behavior?”  Choice theory/reality therapy expert Robert Wubbolding provides mental health professionals with skill-building strategies for helping clients better self-evaluate, embrace the change process, and make more effective life choices.

Detailed interventions and sample counselor–client dialogues throughout the workshop illustrate work with clients dealing with post traumatic stress, anger issues, grieving and loss, self-injury, antisocial behavior, career concerns, relationship problems, and more.  Dr. Wubbolding’s techniques are readily applicable to mental health and educational settings, with cross-cultural application to clients of various ages.

 

Dr. Robert Wubbolding is Professor Emeritus, Xavier University, licensed professional clinical counselor, psychologist, board certified coach, and author of 17 books - some translated into Japanese, Korean, Croatian and Hebrew. He is an internationally known teacher, author, practitioner of reality therapy, formerly served as consultant to drug and alcohol abuse programs for US Army and Air Force, group counselor at halfway house for women ex-offenders, elementary and secondary school counselor, and the director of training for the William Glasser Institute from 1988-2011.


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