General Interest Marriage & Family
Determining and Fostering Healthy Boundaries
Duration: 1 hr. 20 min.
CE Credits: 1.25
Boundary impairments are frequently encountered within the clinical population in one of two ways: either as the presenting problem itself or as an exacerbating feature of the clinical focus (e.g., marital therapy, parenting, etc.), making it a relevant topic today. This presentation will cover boundary formation in children as a feature of normal attachment principles in addition to boundary impairments and tools for correcting boundary problems.
At the end of this seminar participants will:
- Identify the origins of healthy and unhealthy boundaries.
- Explain distinctions within types of boundaries, including open versus closed or internal versus external.
- Identify and discuss tools for fostering growth and developing healthy boundaries.