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Counselors Casebook

Prerequisite:The Counselor's Casebook - Fall 2017

Breaking the Curse; An Eclectic Cognitive Behavior (ECBT) Approach to Depression
Dr. Thomas J. Nardi, Ph.D. and Sarah White, M.S.Ed.
September 26, 2017  5:00 - 6:00 PM

Helping Students to Overcome a Legacy of Underachievement
Marissa Guijarro, M.S.Ed.
Oct. 16, 2017 5:00 - 6:00 PM

"Understanding and Meeting the Challenges of Aging"
Charlene Vannucci, M.A., ADC, CDP, CDT,
Nov. 14, 2017 5:00 - 6:00 PM

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The Counselor’s Casebook

What actually takes place in a counseling session?  What goes through the counselor's mind while working with a client?  How does the counselor decide what to say or not say to a client?  How are counseling theories put into practice?

If you have wondered about these questions, please join us for the Counselor's Casebook.

The Counselor's Casebook is your chance to look over the shoulders of experienced school and mental health counselors as they describe and discuss their counseling cases.  It is the next best thing to actually sitting in on a counseling session.

Although still maintaining strict confidentiality, counseling professors of LIU Hudson Graduate Center at Rockland have abstracted the essential components of interesting and illustrative cases they have counseled.  You will be exposed to a variety of counseling methods, techniques, and therapeutic strategies as they explain what they did and why they did it.

The Counselor's Casebook is open to professional counselors, graduate students, and, by special arrangement, undergraduate students.  You can attend any or all of the Casebooks. 

Breaking the Curse; An Eclectic Cognitive Behavior (ECBT) Approach to Depression
Dr. Thomas J. Nardi, Ph.D. and Sarah White, M.S.Ed.
September 26, 2017  5:00 - 6:00 PM

This Casebook illustrates the ECBT approach to treating a suicidal young man.  Going beyond traditional theories of depression, a family “curse” is discovered.  How can the therapist break the curse and prevent a suicide. 

Helping Students to Overcome a Legacy of Underachievement
Marissa Guijarro, M.S.Ed.
Oct. 16, 2017  5:00 - 6:00 PM

Through the presentation of actual cases, learn how school counselors can work as change agents for students and families to address problems of student underachievement and lack of access to higher education.

"Understanding and Meeting the Challenges of Aging"
Charlene Vannucci, M.A., ADC, CDP, CDT,
Nov. 14, 2017   5:00 - 6:00 PM

This Casebook study will feature innovative and creative strategies to help seniors reconnect with their sense of self and re-establish their own best quality of life in the face of the physical and emotional challenges associated with aging.  

The Counselor's Casebook

Fall 2017

To reserve your seat, please contact Debora Minerva at debora.minerva@liu.edu or 914 831 2700

For more information, please contact Dr. Thomas Nardi, Program Director of School and Mental Health Counseling, at thomas.nardi@liu.edu

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Rockland Community College
145 College Road, Suffern, NY