How to Prevent Relapse: The FST Red Flags Checklist
Date: Wednesday, December 11, 2019
Time: 1:00-2:00 pm, Eastern Standard Time
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When treatment ends, how do we prevent our traumatized children and families from relapsing? And how do we help our families recognize the early signs of relapse before they occur? To address these challenges, the Family Systems Trauma (FST) model developed the FST Red Flags Checklist technique. This checklist is co-created by both the FST therapist and the family to initiate what are called “protective factors” to prevent relapse, solidify positive treatment gains, and to initiate call back check ins.
In this webinar, participants will learn:
- Why the FST Red Flags Checklist is needed to prevent relapse and how it incorporates what are called “protective factors” to help ensure permanent or second-order change.
- The four parts of a Red Flags Checklist and how and why it is used with a case example.
- Why proactive call backs using the red flags checklist for the first 90 days after treatment ends are so critical to prevent relapse.
A case study along with video clips from a family trauma session will be used to illustrate the technique. Q & A with the instructor is encouraged.
Continuing education credit is not available for this free webinar. The video will be available on-demand for ten days to registered participants.
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