Susanne Slay-Westbrook, LPC-S, LMFT-S
Licensed Professional Counselor and Marriage and Family Therapist-Supervisor,
Speaker, and Author of Respect-Focused Therapy
Previous speaking and workshop locations:
Seminary of the Southwest
Austin Association of Marriage and Family Therapy
A New Entry
Texas Dept. of Protective Services Annual Conference, Austin
North Houston Mental Health Professionals
Laurelwood Psychiatric Hospital
Houston NorthWest Medical Center
Cancer Society Cancer Support group
Survivors of Suicide, Houston Hospice
Parents of Murdered Children
Radio Talk Show: panel discussion on gangs
Houston Unitarian Church
Northwest Presbyterian Church
Susanne is available for public speaking engagements on a spectrum mental health related topics, including Respect-Focused Therapy, Respect in Relationships, Respectful Parenting, Respect in the Workplace, Depression and Anxiety, Grief and other requested topics.
She is also able to provide more in depth trainings and workshops on related topics of requested interest by universities, public and private schools, mental health and other healthcare facilities, non -profit organization, emergency responders, etc.
Some examples are:
Respecting the pain
Building self-respect with individuals
Using RFT with couples and Families
Using RFT in Group therapy
Multiculturalism and Universal Respect
ONLINE ETHICS CEU COURSE WEBINAR
Susanne develops seminars that enable her to work directly with professional therapists as well as the general public.
Her newest seminar, "Respect-Focused Therapy: A New Model Regenerating Old Values," is an online webinar, 3 hrs. board approved ETHICS CEU's for LPC's. INTRODUCTORY OFFER $39.95.
This course teaches a new perspective with the primary focus in the therapeutic process specifically on respect, both in terms of defining the nature of the therapist-client relationship and setting the tone and direction of therapy. The emphasis of this seminar is to help therapists help their clients relearn the value and skills of being respectful of themselves in relationships, family, community and the world at large. In all contexts, respect is understood to be essential for healthy functionality for any system.