Sharpening Your Counseling Skills
Guest Speaker David Luterman, D.Ed
Thursday, February 27, 2020, 9 a.m.- 12 p.m.
TCU Dee J Kelly Alumni Center
No Cost; RSVP Needed
This workshop is intended for the working professional who wishes to enhance their counseling skills by creating the conditions that will enable them to access client feelings and promote relationships that foster client growth.
At the completion of this course learners will be able to…
- Contrast effective and ineffective counseling
- Demonstrate awareness of client’s feelings
- Describe techniques to access feeling and promoting healing
Speaker Information: Dr. Luterman is Professor Emeritus at Emerson College in Boston and former director of the Thayer Lindsey Family Centered Nursery for Hearing Impaired Children. He has dedicated his career to developing a greater understanding of the psychological effects and emotions associated with communication disorders so as to encourage professionals in the field to incorporate counseling strategies in their clinical interactions. He has successfully translated this understanding into a model of counseling which allows for content and affect exchange and has extended his model to include families. He has lectured extensively on counseling and communication disorders throughout the United States, Canada, and abroad. He is the author of numerous articles and is a fellow of the American Speech and Hearing Association and recipient of the Frank R. Kleffner Lifetime Clinical Career Achievement Award. He has also received the 2012 Distinguished Alumni Award from Penn State University.
This course is offered for .3 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate level, Professional area).