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Learn strategies to support teens and young adult clients with academic success
2 CEs available
Free for Marin CAMFT members and reciprocal chapter members!
This presentation was created out of a desire to educate fellow therapists on the complicated topics of study skills, procrastination and motivation of clients who are high school and college students. During this presentation, participants will be given vignettes of students who did and did not have mastery skills needed to juggle multiple classes and teacher demands. School is the “job” of children and teens and therefore is important to understand if one is working with youth in therapy.
Presentation topics will include study skills, foresight and planning as they relate to homework/projects, self-monitoring during work/study time, how to set up a study space, methods of controlling distractions, causes of procrastination, how to address low student motivation and the impact of learning differences on one’s ability to track and monitor assignments in school.
Therapists will gain greater insight into the obstacles for academic success facing clients who are in high school and college.
Upon completion of this workshop, participants should be able to:
- Identify and address at least three underlying causes of low motivation in clients who are high school and college students
- Identify and address the impact of student procrastination as it relates to homework/project completion
- Describe how executive functioning deficits influence school performance
- Name at least two ways to support students of diverse backgrounds in their acquisition of study skills
Christina Rodriguez, LMFT has spent almost her entire career in public school education. After attending the University of California at Berkeley for undergraduate studies in Psychology, Christina moved through two master’s programs at San Francisco State University, one in in Clinical Psychology and the other in School Psychology. After graduate school, Christina worked as a school psychologist in a Bay Area suburban school district. Christina's main role was administering a battery of tests to determine if students qualified for Special Education. Through all of these experiences, it became clear to Christina that preschool to grade twelve education is the foundation of our society. In 2014, Christina began a private practice mostly focused on teens and adults. She retired from the public school system in 2021 and continues supporting students and other clients in her private practice.
The Zoom link and password are provided in the registration confirmation email after sign-up is completed.
Attendance at the live event in full and completion of the evaluation at the end qualifies for 2 hours of Continuing Education (2 CEUs).
Date: Friday, November 11
Time: 12 noon to 2 pm Pacific
Cost: Free for Marin CAMFT members and reciprocal members, $20 for non-members.
Location: Online via Zoom. Password and link sent upon registration.
Additional Information about Marin CAMFT CE Programs
For more information about the Friday Continuing Education Series or about joining the Marin CAMFT Continuing Education Committee, please contact our Director of Programs Norman Hering.
- Continuing Education: This workshop meets the qualifications for 2 hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LEPs and/or LPCCs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. These CEs will be provided by Marin CAMFT (CAMFT Provider # 56895), which is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs. We regret that at this time we are not able to provide CE units for Licensed Psychologists. Participants must attend the full duration of the program (on Zoom, or in person, per event details above) and complete the course evaluation to receive the CE completion certificate. Marin CAMFT maintains responsibility for this program and its contents. Contact our Director of Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- Continuing Education Goal: Marin CAMFT is committed to offering continuing education courses to train LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs to treat any client in an ethically and clinically sound manner based upon current accepted standards of practice.
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Continuing education credits are available for attendance in the Zoom presentation. You must stay on the Zoom meeting for the entirety of the training and complete the course evaluation afterward in order to receive a completion certificate.