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Saturday, October 13 • 4:00pm - 4:50pm
Family of Origin Resource Inquiry: A Training Approach

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The authors will present a four-phase experiential procedure called “Family of Origin Resource Inquiry,”where the family of origin participates as a resource for professional development to the therapist in training; this will strengthen the flexibility in divergent family systems, thus, enhancing the ability to form a healthy therapeutic alliance. The approach can be applied in training and/or supervision in order to support the personal differentiation and the cultural awareness of counselors.


John Benda

Clinical Social Worker - Child and Family Therapist, John M, Benda Psychotherapy Services, Inc.
I am a 20 + year Child and Family, Individual Adolescent and Adult, and Couple Therapist from Minnesota. I am an experienced therapist of 18,000+ psychotherapy sessions, experiential in approach and way of working. I am also former college professor of Family Dynamics, Crisis Intervention... Read More →

Cristina Braga

Teaching Assistant Professor, North Carolina State University

Russell Haber

lecturer, university of south carolina

Saturday October 13, 2018 4:00pm - 4:50pm EDT
Palisades F
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