February 27, 2015
Presented by Rhea Harris-Junge, M.A., MFT
Currently, half of all marriages in the U.S. end in divorce. Balancing family, career, and personal needs is complex in intact families; however in families that are split between two households, the necessity for open, direct communication and organization is increased exponentially. As therapists’ we must be able to help clients identify stressors specific to divorce, practice good self-care, and create a working relationship with an ex-spouse whenever possible.
In this presentation participants will learn to:
- Identify specific stressors associated with divorce as it relates to the family, their own needs, and work.
- Assess clients for potential and readiness to develop a working partnership with their ex-spouse and guide them appropriately.
- Understand and utilize concrete skills for parents to follow in order to provide emotional safety and healing for themselves and their children during and after divorce.
Rhea Harris-Junge, M.A., MFT is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and has been in practice for 23 years. Her areas of specialty include Eating Disorders, Major Depression, Anxiety Disorders, Chronic Pain, and working with families of divorce. Rhea and her former husband are currently creating a manual for helping divorced parents with children to develop a working partnership in post-marriage for raising their children. Rhea Harris-Junge has a private practice in Glendale, California.
Students with I.D: $10
2 PDH / CEU Credits for CEAP, LCSW, MFT
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Friday, February 27th
8:30 am Networking
9-11 am Program
Valley Economic Alliance. 5121 Van Nuys Blvd., Sherman Oaks, CA 91403
The February 2015 meeting is sponsored by: