Second Nature's Dr. Brad Reedy, Erica Thiessen and Liz Lucarelli presenting at NATSAP Conference

Leave our interactive presentations with useful skills, to recognize and repond to Countertransference; appreciate the developmentally-appropriate philosophy behind Footsteps design differences

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Henderson, NV (PRWEB) January 24, 2014

On Thursday, February 6th, Second Nature Wilderness Programs' Dr. Brad Reedy will speak with his professional colleagues at the 2014 National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs (NATSAP) Conference in Henderson, NV on the necessity of recognizing the role of Countertransference and skills for avoiding Counter-transference errors. Dr. Reedy will be discussing the modern view on the use of Transference and Counter-transference as clinical tools and how supervision of clinical team members could benefit from the analysis of these concepts. Clinicians will be encouraged to combine their education of therapeutic models and techniques with what Stephen Mitchell calls a "rigorous thinking, not on constraints but on the self-reflective emotional involvement of the therapist."

Second Nature Blue Ridge therapists Erica Thiessen and Liz Lucarelli will follow Reedy's talk with "A Circle Squares It", delving into the Footsteps Program model; their visual and kinesthetic tools presentation will give you a hands-on experience of how they engage and inspire pre-adolescent youth.