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Tending to Our Counter-transference

  • Fri, September 27, 2019
  • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
  • Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
  • 5


  • Any CAMFT Chapter member (reciprocity for other chapters)
  • Current Board members
  • Anyone wishing to attend for no credit
  • Non-CAMFT members of Central Coast or other local CAMFT Chapter

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Enriching our Clinical Work through
Intentionally Tending to Our Counter-transference 

presented by

Michele Simone,  LMFT (41657)  LPCC (1639)

Using a somatic psychotherapy lens, we will explore where we get stuck in our work with our clients and how to utilize awareness of our counter-transference to get "unstuck" and allow the work to unfold with more ease. 

This course is designed to help:

  1. define and identify types of counter-transference
  2. clarify when counter-transference helps and when it hinders the work with clients
  3. learn how to utilize our counter-transference to support our resiliency and recovery from vicarious trauma

Michele is a psychotherapist and consultant who specializes in recovery from  shock and developmental trauma. She works in private practice and in agencies—providing integrative trauma-informed practices to support individuals in accessing resiliency in their relationships, workplaces, and community. 

Michele’s approach is relational, experiential, and somatic—grounded in experience in the fields of Somatic Experiencing, Neuro-Affective Relational Model, Lifespan Integration, and Attachment-based EMDR. Outside of work Michele teaches and trains in multiple martial arts and self-defense systems to support individual and community safety and empowerment.


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