Let’s face it. If traumatized clients and families do not see improvement quickly, they can terminate early or lose hope. Therapists are often unaware of how their clients are perceiving treatment success or failure in real time. In response, the FST| Family Systems Trauma Model developed what are called ethnographic interview questions to elicit formal client feedback to improve trauma outcomes.
In this webinar, participants will learn:
• How to dramatically improve your trauma treatment outcomes by formally eliciting client feedback at the end of each session using five FST| Family Systems Trauma Model ethnographic questions (i.e., “What was most and least helpful in session today?)
• What ethnographic research methods are in general and how this approach is ideal to enhance the treatment gains clients make in FST trauma therapy.
• How the FST Motivational Phone Call at the onset of treatment complements the FST Ethnographic Interview at the end of treatment to empower our client’s to be active co-collaborators in the trauma treatment process.
• The five ethnographic questions used to elicit client feedback and the timing of when and how to ask these questions.
Live Q & A with the instructor is encouraged