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March/April 2022 The Therapist in Professional Exchange

Learning Objectives: Upon completion of the articles, are you able to:
  • Define Impostor Syndrome and list associated symptoms.
  • Identify commonalities in the clinical presentation of individuals struggling with Impostor Syndrome.
  • Learn three interventions to assist clients with combating their impostorism.
  • Compile the typical issues and concerns that arise for clients who are focused on finding a romantic life partner.
  • Assess the clinical implications and helpful interventions for middle-aged clients who are participating in online dating.
  • Review the neurochemical impacts of dating especially in an online environment.
  • Outline the ways in which dissociation serves as an adaptive mechanism in a person’s lived experience.
  • Define ‘dissociation’ as a stress response and normal part of human experience.
  • Discuss the potential therapeutic impacts of a clinician’s stigma or fear regarding dissociation.
The Therapist Link:
https://www.camft.org/Resources/Read-The-Therapist/The-Therapist-March-April-2022 

This test is valid for obtaining continuing education hours until April 30, 2023.
CAMFT is recognized as a CE Provider by the Board of Behavioral Sciences for LMFTs, LEPs, LPCCs, and LCSWs (16 C.C.R. §1887.4.3(3)(D)).


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