- Ed Jacobs | Christine Schimmel
- 12 Hours 14 Minutes
- Audio and Video
- May 16, 2019
What Makes Therapy Effective?
- Four M’s: Multi-sensory, motivational, marketing, maps
- 8 mistakes most therapists make
- Engagement: the core of effective therapy
- The brain likes novelty – what advertisers know
- Use a depth chart to gage the efficacy of your therapy
- RCFF: Rapport, Contract, Focus, Funnel
Creativity Meets Evidence-Based Practice
- Reality Therapy
- Adlerian Therapy
- Gestalt Therapy
- Transactional Analysis
- Motivational Interviewing/Stages of Change
- Limitations and Risks
Interventions That Go Beyond Active Listening
- Rubber band technique
- Use of chairs
- Language techniques
- How to roll with resistance
Disrupt Rumination, Improve Insight and Manage Anxious Thoughts and Feelings
- Creative REBT/CBT Interventions
- The power of the whiteboard
- The “Where does the anxiety come from?” technique
Depression and Other Mood Disorders
Increase Motivation, Improve Mood and Get Clients “Unstuck”
- Rearview mirror
- Eeyore/Tigger technique
- Air pump
- Chairs as hope and movement
- Stages of change
- Board of directors
- Kids in a tree
Anger and Resistance
Recognize Triggers, Diffuse Anger and Improve Accountability
- Soda bottle
- Rubber band
- Small chair
- Three R’s: Retreat, Rethink, React
Improve Self-Talk, Boundary Setting and Decision Making
- Toy hammer
- Dollar bill
- Styrofoam cup
- Nesting dolls – codependency
- Small chair
- ANTS – Automatic Negative Thoughts
Relationships and Conflict Resolution
Build Communication Skills, Emotional Awareness and Empathy
- Rubber band
- Nurturing parent vs. critical parent chair
- Drama triangle
- Infinity diagram of a fight
Grief and Loss
Expand Emotional Expression and Promote Healing
- Dual Process Model
- Worden’s Four Tasks of Mourning
- Empty Chair technique
- The Shattering Dominoes
Ed Jacobs, Ph.D., LPC, is the coordinator of the masters’ program in the counseling, counseling psychology, and rehabilitation department at West Virginia University. Professional publications include 30 articles in books and journals as well as six books on counseling techniques: Impact Therapy, Creative Counseling Techniques: An Illustrated Guide, Impact Therapy: The Courage to Counsel, Group Counseling in Correctional Settings, How to Select and Apply Change Strategies in Groups (Group Work Practice Kit), and Group Counseling: Strategies and Skills.
Ed has been recognized for his outstanding teaching and contribution to the field. In 2006, he was given the Outstanding Teacher Award in his college. Also in 2006, he was given by the Association for Creativity in Counseling, the Innovator of the Year Award. In the past he was recognized for his contributions in group work by being given the Professional Advancement Award and selected as a Fellow in the Association for Specialists in Group Work.
Ed is a licensed professional counselor and has maintained a private practice for over 35 years. He has presented Impact Therapy in China, Australia, New Zealand, Turkey, Indonesia, Germany, Andorra, and Canada.
Financial: Dr. Ed E. Jacobs is an Associate Professor at West Virginia University. He maintains a private practice. Dr. Jacobs receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Dr. Ed E. Jacobs has no relevant non-financial relationships to disclose.
Christine Schimmel, Ed.D., LPC, is the assistant department chair and the coordinator of the school counseling master’s program at West Virginia University. She serves on the counseling licensure board for the state of West Virginia and was on the task force that updated the state standards for school counselors in West Virginia.
Christine is the co-author of Group Counseling: Strategies and Skills, which came out in the 8th edition with two accompanying DVDs, which she co-produced with Ed. She is also co-author of the updated book, Impact Therapy: The Courage to Counsel and How to Select and Apply Change Strategies in Groups (Group Work Practice Kit).
Christine was a school counselor at all three levels and teaches courses in group counseling, counseling children, play therapy and parenting. Christine was voted school counselor educator of the year in the state of West Virginia in 2013.
Financial: Dr. Christine Schimmel is an Associate Professor at West Virginia University. She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Dr. Christine Schimmel serves on the counseling licensure board for the state of West Virginia.
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