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By Ofer Zur, Ph.D.

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Description of Dr. Zur's workshops

Dr. Zur’s Numerous past Workshops & Seminars and Lectures, Conferences, Keynotes & invited Addresses

Live Seminars


Dr. Zur's Upcoming Presentations

Date Title Format Location Registration
March 5, 2019 Ethics & Boundaries Seminar Los Angeles, CA - LADMH Information
April 3, 2019 Ethics With Soul Seminar Long Beach, CA Information
April 12, 2019 Ethics With Soul Seminar Medford, OR Information

 

 

Ethics and Boundaries in Psychotherapy

 
Tuesday, March 5, 2019 9 AM - 4 PM: Los Angeles, CA

Ethics and Boundaries in Psychotherapy

Presented by Los Angeles Department of Mental Health

 

Home Visits

 
Wednesday, April 3, 2019, Time TBD: Long Beach, CA:

Ethics with Soul: Traditional Therapeutic Boundaries & Digital Ethics in the Era of Google & Facebook (6 ce hrs)

Workshop is put on by the Guidance Center.

Contact person: Dawn Vo-Jutabha, Ph.D. djutabha@tgclb.org

 

Home Visits

 
Friday, April 12, 2019, Time TBD: Medford, OR:

Ethics with Soul: Traditional Therapeutic Boundaries & Digital Ethics in the Era of Google & Facebook (6 ce hrs)

Workshop is put on by the Mental Health Resource and Education Network.

Contact person: Sharon Bolles, 541-840-5922 sebolles@gmail.com

 

 

Workshops Offered By Dr. Zur:


 

Ethics With Soul: Traditional Therapeutic Boundaries and Digital Ethics in the Age of Google and Facebook

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The presentation can cover the following topics:

Ethics and Boundaries in Psychotherapy
  • Making sound ethical decisions in regard to non-sexual, non-exploitative boundary crossings, and dual relationships in psychotherapy.
  • Dealing with issues of touch, gifts, self-disclosure, bartering, home visits, home base therapy and many other boundary crossings.
  • Defining and differentiating between boundary crossings and boundary violations.
  • Dealing with dual relationships in small communities, neighborhoods, and small communities such as rural, church, disabled, gay and lesbian, or ethnic minority communities as well in setting such as military, prison systems and many other situations and settings
  • Comprehending the basic issues involved in TeleMental Health (undeniably the way of the future), which includes e-mails, texting, video and phone communications with clients.
  • Basing your interventions on clinical rationale and knowledge of the law and ethics, rather than on fear of attorneys and boards.
  • Differentiation between the standard of care and rigid risk management practices that are often taught in graduate schools and continuing education workshops.
  • Update on the ethics codes and examining ethical decision-making.
  • Keeping sound clinical records and developing a treatment plan.
  • Responding to subpoenas, boards, and ethics committees' investigations.
  • How the internet blurs professional boundaries
  • Therapists Googling clients
  • Clients Googling therapists - therapists' internet transparency
  • Responding to clients’ negative Yelp reviews.
  • Basics of dealing with e-mails and texts with clients
  • Moving beyond risk management, fear of boards and attorneys in order to be able to provide the highest level of care.

Presentation may include movie clips on therapeutic boundaries from movies, such as Good Will Hunting, Analyze This, What About Bob, Prince of Tides, Ordinary People, Deconstructing Harry, Antwone Fisher, and more.

Fulfillment of requirement

  • The course can be adjusted for different states' requirements.
  • This course will also qualify you for a discount on your insurance premium. Check with your provider.
  • This course fulfills the California and other states Ethics and Law requirement for Psychologists by BOP, MFTs, Counselors, Social Workers and other mental health providers.

 


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Boundaries And Dual Relationships In Therapy

The presentation can cover the following topics:

Boundaries in Psychotherapy
  • Defining and identifying boundary crossings, boundary violations, and dual relationships.
  • Dealing ethically with issues of touch, gifts, self-disclosure, bartering, home visits, and multiple relationships.
  • Dealing with unavoidable dual relationships in small communities, such as rural, church, or ethnic minority communities.
  • Basing your clinical interventions on clinical rationale and knowledge of the law and ethics, rather than on fear of attorneys and boards.
  • Developing informed consent and keeping sound clinical records in regard to boundary crossings and multiple relationships.

Presentation may include movie clips on therapeutic boundaries from movies, such as Good Will Hunting, Analyze This, What About Bob, Prince of Tides, Ordinary People, Deconstructing Harry, Antwone Fisher, and more.

Fulfillment of requirement

  • The course can be adjusted for different states' requirements.
  • This course will also qualify you for a discount on your insurance premium. Check with your provider.
  • This course fulfills the California and other states Ethics and Law requirement for Psychologists by BOP, MFTs, Counselors, Social Workers and other mental health providers.

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Seeing Ourselves on the Silver Screen: Therapists as Viewed in the Movies - Excellent educational and entertaining presentation

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The Silver Screen

Want to know how American society sees therapists? Go to the movies or watch a TV series. Projected on the screen have been, literally and figuratively, every fantasy about therapists - good and bad, comic and tragic - that lurk somewhere in the popular imagination.

In this long parade of therapist types, there are wise, daring, confrontative, saintly nurturers (like Robin Williams in Good Will Hunting); therapists who can't keep their private lives from leaking, or pouring, over into their professional life (like Kirstie Alley in her home-office in Deconstructing Harry); noble, anguished souls almost too pained themselves to soothe the pain of others (like Gabriel Byrne of In Treatment); therapists who are buffoonishly inept (like Richard Dreyfuss in What About Bob?); and therapists who are flat-out evil (like Anthony Hopkins in Silence of the Lambs).

Whether these screen shrinks make us proud, outrageously embarrassed, sympathetic, or exasperated, they provide revealing perspectives on our own profession and the preconceptions our clients bring to therapy. Get ready for a fascinating journey of discovery as host Dr. Ofer Zur explores what the movies tell us about who we are, what people think we do, and what we can learn from these always entertaining - if not always accurate - film versions of ourselves.
 

 
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