Tue, Jun 23|
9th Annual Aging & Developmental Disabilities Conference (1)
Avoiding Roadblocks: How to Set Boundaries With Your Clients
Time & Location
Jun 23, 2020, 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Country Cupboard, 101 Hafer Rd, Lewisburg, PA 17837, USA
About the Event
In this training we examine the important reasons - for both ourselves and our clients - for setting boundaries, as well as how to be better at communicating role clarification and personal and professional limits to assist clients in knowing what to appropriately expect and ask of us. We’ll clarify how setting and keeping boundaries actually aids us in setting and keeping limits.
We’ll also review the emotions that both guide us in working effectively with clients, but also potentially present difficulties for us - and ways to handle our emotional reactions (or, conversely, disengagement from clients) so that we can remain appropriate, healthy and effective as helpers – avoiding both over-helping and becoming disaffected.
About our Speaker:
Barbara Orr, MS
Orr Training Services
Ms. Barbara Orr has over 37 years of experience working with juveniles and their families as an inpatient counselor, juvenile probation officer, adolescent and family therapist, and supervisor of juvenile justice programs. She holds a Bachelor of Sociology degree from Shippensburg University and a Master of Clinical Psychology degree from Millersville University. She also received training at the Philadelphia Child Guidance Clinic in family systems work. Ms. Orr has been an adjunct professor in the psychology department at Millersville University and currently trains and consults with agencies, facilities, and organizations that provide services to children, adolescents, and families.