Skills for Individual Success
A common problem in all industries is the otherwise high-performing employee who has some isolated but limiting skill deficits. Some targeted training or professional coaching is an important investment that will accelerate professional growth and lead to retention and even promotion. Meet with an individual coach and explore
Focus for Success
Being the Boss (aka "I've just been promoted...now what?")
"No More Meetings!"
Move from a meeting-based environment to a productivity-driven culture that increases efficiency. Communications skills and new tools for connecting people, prioritizing tasks, and increasing accountability will make your company an energizing place to work. A training experience can be tailored to fit your needs.
Training is more than an event or conveying some new information: Training is about the ongoing professional and personal development of individuals and teams. Choose Wynkoop CTC as your partner in creating a more competent, confident, and successful team.
The Optimal Team Experience
This four-hour, retreat-style process enhances team success through skill- and relationship-building experiences. Typically conducted in an off-site setting, The Optimal Team Experience is an interactive, fun, and affordable way to reward successful teams and help them reach new heights. This is for companies in all industries and can be effectively tailored to meet the needs of small teams or large groups.
Support the professional growth of your team with these two-hour focused clinical skill programs. (Any of these can be expanded to meet the goals or particular needs of your clinical team.)
Reassessing Assessment: Ongoing evaluation of progress happens best in collaboration with our clients. Making the most of the first session--and every one thereafter--to understand the client, recognize strengths, and acknowledge growth leads to more meaningful connection and more sustainable success. We'll look at ways to break the cycle of crisis management and stay focused on growth over time.
The Resilient Therapist: Our work is challenging and rewarding if we are able to stay balanced and engaged. Our clients depend on us to be fully present and at our best each session and our family and friends (not to mention ourselves) deserve to be in relationship with someone who is healthy and happy. We will explore the individual attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors that contribute to wellness for mental health professionals and how to create a professional culture supports balance and success.
Effective Supervision: Beyond the legal and ethical responsibilities that come with being a supervisor, there is a commitment to promote the professional growth of other clinicians. We will discuss the use of support and accountability in the supervisory relationship and explore the challenges and tensions that accompany working with interns and less experienced therapists.