In the Murray Method, special emphasis is placed on the personal work of the health professional/student based on the belief that a therapist always must address his or her own issues first in order to be an effective clinician and a healthy role-model personally and professionally.
The Murray Method
This workshop will provide behavioral health professionals with an introduction to The Murray Method and an integrated view of the effects of childhood trauma, abuse and deprivation on personality development.
The Murray Method is a theoretical model for understanding the effects of trauma, abuse and deprivation on individuals and families. The theory and treatment modalities will provide clinicians with basic concepts that will help them and their clients…
- Identify their emotional defense mechanisms, how to determine which are appropriate and which have been destructive, and how to begin to modify and/or eliminate those that are unhealthy
- Recognize and utilize the many ways in which they can appropriately access and release emotions connected to childhood and present-day pain
- Find the creative, feeling person they were created to be, and reclaim their original talents, abilities, and emotions
- Become an integrated person who is a mature, responsible, thinking adult but also is connected deeply with feelings— a person with healthy self-esteem
- Find balance intellectually, emotionally, spiritually, physically, and relationally
- Participants will also learn about therapeutic interventions for effective treatment of trauma-based mental health issues.
Sessions are conducted with time devoted to didactic instruction, experiential work, and small group participation each day.
The course will be conducted by Marilyn Murray, M.A., creator of The Murray Method.
CEUs will be available.
The workshops will be offered on the following dates in 2016:
- February 18 - 21
- March 17 - 20
- April 14 - 17
For more details, call 800-244-4949. Our Intake Coordinators are happy to assist you between 6:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. MST on weekdays, and from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. MST on weekends.
Continuing Education Credits
24.5 Continuing Education Credits or NBCC Clock Hours Available
The Meadows provides 24.5 continuing education credits from the following agencies:
- This course has been approved by The Meadows, as a NAADAC Approved Education Provider for 24.5 CE. NAADAC Provider #62791, The Meadows is responsible for all aspects of their programming. Course addresses Counseling Services from NAADAC Counselor Skill Group.
- MFT for the State of Illinois. Provider #168-000155.
- SW for the State of Illinois. Provider #159-000839.
- Texas State Board of MFT approved. Provider #640.
- SW for the State of Texas. Provider #6803.
- Provider approved by California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals (CCAPP). Provider #OS-15-960-0817.
- The Meadows is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Meadows maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Course meets criteria for 24.5 hours of continuing education credit hours for psychologists.
- The Meadows is an NBCC-Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP) and may offer NBCC-approved clock hours for events that meet NBCC requirements. The ACEP solely is responsible for all aspects of the program. Provider #5687.