There is a current clash of value systems causing ruptures to occur. Social, political, and even familial values put us at odds. To repair our connections and our networks, we should have the capacity to distinguish the breaks that we make and incline toward the underlying distress of the repair procedure, which incorporates being available to and taking a gander at esteem frameworks that are not our own. In the treatment space, this is a convenient subject for clinicians as they endeavor to help the stinging and the most defenseless customers.
TCP's sixth Annual Clinical Connections Keynote Speaker, Jade Logan, PhD, ABPP, will address the difficulties of, and prescribe procedures for, supporting customers whose extremely character minimizes them and spots them in danger in the current sociopolitical setting. The remedial relationship may turn into another setting in which the customer encounters underestimation, which can prompt a breakdown in correspondence, burst in the helpful relationship, and untimely end.
Given this impactful reality, Dr. Logan will likewise examine how to distinguish and address breaks between the clinician and the customer that happen with regards to transference, countertransference and different elements that may encroach upon the restorative relationship. Following the keynote, specialists Elicia Gonzales and Samantha Rucker, with Dr. Logan, will develop the keynote introduction as it identifies with the break and repair process in associations and the more extensive network.