Time: 8-11:15 am Central Time (on Zoom)
CEUs available for social work: $30 for 3 credit hours
Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) requires a great deal from any clinician, whether they have experience or not. Supervising clinicians doing CPP requires the supervisor to hold the clinician’s reactions to and perceptions of the family, monitor the clinician’s work to ensure that they are maintaining fidelity to the CPP model, teach skills, and support the clinician to reflect on and be intentional about their work. The CPP model is complex and it can take more than 18 months of learning to ‘begin’ to feel integrated in the model. This reality requires that supervisors do more than ‘just reflect’ on cases and are called to teach. Case example and live supervision with be used in this training to highlight the following workshop objectives:
• Workshop participants will learn ways to think about when to teach and when to reflect with clinicians.
• Workshop participants will learn ways to give feedback to clinicians in supervision.
• Workshop participants will learn ways to form relationships with clinicians.
• Workshop participants will learn ways to manage times when they don’t have ‘grist’ to offer clinicians.
Lili Gray, LCSW, RYT is a member of the Child Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) Steering Committee, a National CPP trainer since 2005, and is partnered with the CPP developers through the SAMSHA grant funding development and dissemination of CPP. In these roles, Lili provides training, consultation, and development of strategies and adaptations for CPP in the context of working with families involved in the US child welfare system, working with parents struggling with substance abuse history, developing reflective supervision skills in providers and supervisors, and provider self care and vicarious trauma. Lili has provided trainings throughout the U.S. Lili is a fully credentialed Pilates and Yoga instructor and enjoys competing in dog sports with her two long haired dachshunds.