Learn Exactly How in this 1-hour Free Webinar and Earn up to 1 Free CE!
The path to deeper, more authentic therapy starts with you....the therapist.
Just like it’s not enough for singers to get a better microphone if they haven’t honed their voice as a musician, the same goes for us as therapists.
Having the right clinical tools are important, but using them without your own authentic style and voice can lead to stiff, awkward, and sometimes direction-less therapy. And all those amazing relational moments that can propel therapy forward can fall flat.
Finding your true “voice” or style as a therapist brings all your approaches and intervention not only together, but to life! And working from your authentic self ultimately makes therapy more fulfilling for you and the client.
But how do you actually do that?
Join Michael Alcee, author of Therapeutic Improvisation: How to Stop Winging it and Own it as a Therapist, for a deep dive into the most important exercises he uses, many are similar to the way improv actors and musicians are taught.
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How to Find Your Voice as a Therapist
Michael is a clinical psychologist at the Manhattan School of Music.
He’s worked with top artists in the industry. He knows that finding your voice is a MUST in all the arts, including psychotherapy. And he’s distilled those methods down for you in this all-new webinar just for therapists!
Whether you’re a new or experienced therapist, is it time to take a step back and learn how to enhance your therapy by learning how to find and lead from your authentic voice?
If so, join LIVE and earn up to 1 FREE CE, courtesy of Psychotherapy Networker.
Can’t join Live? No worries – you'll get the complete, on demand replay for 30 days.
And at no cost, you’ve got nothing to lose!
Michael Alcee, PhD - Since receiving his PhD in clinical psychology from Fordham University, Michael has worked and trained in college counseling for over 10 years holding positions at Fordham, Vassar, Manhattanville, and Ramapo.
In addition to private practice, he is currently the Mental Health Educator at Manhattan School of Music and author of Therapeutic Improvisation: How to Stop Winging it and Own it as a Therapist.Click here for information about Michael D Alcee