Step by Step: Building a Strong Therapeutic Alliance Through Co-Regulation
This workshop introduces clinical staff to best use of self to support clients in their goals and healing.
When there is an impasse in the therapeutic process with clients, even highly skilled and informed professionals can feel burnout. This training hones in on the process of co-regulation and use of self in therapy to maximize the connection and healing. Through understanding how therapists and clients impact one another, providers can connect more deeply, work through challenges and be more proactive against burnout. Practitioners will obtain skills in mindset, techniques for co-regulation, connection and self-care.
Participants will be able to:
- Define co-regulation between therapist and client and provide examples.
- Understand the role of attachment styles in coregulation.
- Integrate specific co-regulation techniques to promote more effective interactions and therapeutic outcomes.
- $105 – Registration Fee
- $90 – Field Instructor, Adjunct Faculty, Faculty Field Liaison
- $63 Veterans Rate
***Free for current Adelphi University School, of Social Work Students with promo code ***
Dr. Victoria Grinman
Dr. Victoria Grinman is a psychotherapist, consultant, speaker, and transformation agent often referred to as “the parent whisperer,” a person whom people can confide in and utilize as a resource and expert companion. Dr. Victoria founded Growing Kind Minds, LLC, a private consulting and therapy practice and global community platform that helps people achieve transformation and growth through their lived experiences and trauma.
Dr. Victoria’s research and work center on posttraumatic growth, parenthood, relational success, and supporting people of determination. Her public workshops and specially curated custom trainings for organizations and groups of people aim to empower, inform and provide a visceral experience of transformation that can be transmitted to others and be an article for greater positive change in the world.
Dr. Victoria’s personal history as a refugee immigrant, belief in what is possible, curious nature and passion to highlight the strengths in others provide a base for her efforts to educate and learn from not just the professional community, but also parents and individuals to raise confident and connected children.
Before building a private practice, Dr. Victoria’s experience is rooted in community-based organization and program development, and school-based work for children with differences in life perspectives and abilities.
Victoria is a dual-licensed clinician in New York and Massachusetts. She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology and social work from Adelphi University, a master’s in social work from Columbia University, and a Ph.D. in social work from Adelphi University. Dr. Victoria served for many years as an adjunct faculty member for Boston College, Adelphi University and
Columbia University schools of social work.
She also holds certifications in aromatherapy and yoga and mindfulness alongside other continuous trainings that she integrates into her practice with special populations.
Dr. Victoria is a longtime clinician volunteer with Experience Camps, an organization that provides children who have lost a loved one with a one-week grief camp experience that is
known as the “best week of the year.”
Dr. Victoria is Russian speaking, born in Kiev and raised from a young age in New York by wonderful parents and grandparents. She resides in New York with her sassy Yorkie, Vanna, who often joins her in the therapy room to lend a loving paw.
Adelphi University School of Social Work is an approved provider for continuing education credits for the following:
- NYSED Social Workers
- NYSED LMHC
- NYSED LMFT
- APA Psychology
- NYSED Psychology
- NYSED LCAT
- CASAC Renewal
Successful completion for the award of approved continuing education credits requires attendance at the entire training/workshop and submission of a completed evaluation form.
Unfortunately, we cannot provide refunds for cancellations made seven working days or fewer before the event for any reason—or for no-shows. We can provide credit towards a future workshop up to 24 hours before the event. After that, no credit will be issued.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Adelphi University require that all events be accessible. To request a reasonable accommodation, please contact the event host identified on the event webpage; please allow for a reasonable time frame. The event host, when necessary, will collaborate with the Student Access Office.