Ever enter the consulting room with a teen who doesn’t want to be there? If you work with teens, you know how tricky it can be to establish good communication and a positive connection, not to mention get the treatment results you’re both hoping for.
There are many approaches to treating teens, but very little information on how to engage them in an ongoing and productive relationship.
In this recording, using role-play and other experiential tools, we’ll focus on the core skills that underlie the successful implementation of any intervention.
Julie Baron, LCSW-C
Julie Baron, LCSW-C, treats adolescents and families, and trains school professionals. She’s the coauthor of What Works with Teens.
Britt Rathbone, LCSW-C, ACSW, BCD, CGP
Britt Rathbone, LCSW-C, ACSW, BCD, CGP, provides mental health services to adolescents and their families in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. He has 30 30 years of experience working directly with adolescents and families, is a "top therapist" for adolescents, teaches graduate students, trains therapists and leads a highly regarded and successful clinical practice. he lectures often on the value of DBT with young people. He is a dynamic and passionate speaker and his trainings consistently receive the highest ratings. He is the coauthor of Dialectical Behavior Therapy for At-Risk Adolescents, What works With Teens: A Professional's Guide to Engaging Authentically with Adolescents to Achieve Lasting Change, and Parenting a Teen Who Has Intense Emotions (New Harbinger, 2016).
Financial: Britt Rathbone is the founder and director for Capital youth Services dba Rathbone & Associates. He is the director at Washington Center for Mental Health Training. Mr. Rathbone is faculty at the University of Maryland. He is an author and receives royalties.
Non-financial: Britt Rathbone is a member of the Greater Washington Society for Clinical Social Work. He is a clinical member of the American Group Psychotherapy Association.