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Boundaries in Relationships: Helping Clients Navigate a Difficult Time Period Training Video

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Between the COVID-19 pandemic and a time of political unrest, 2020 has deepened the need for boundaries in relationships as clients navigate hardships on an interpersonal level.
"Boundaries in Relationships: Helping Clients Navigate a Difficult Time Period" is a non-interactive self-study course recorded from a live webinar and features leading national mental health experts.  

Course Availability

From the time of registration, you have six months to access the coursework.

Learning Objectives

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe 3 strategies for creating boundaries with family and friends.
  • Apply 2 strategies for creating boundaries with clients.
  • Apply 2 strategies for creating boundaries with employers and colleagues.

There is no certificate or CEs offered with this free webinar.


Dr. Samantha Fletcher, PhD, MSW, Executive Director, NASW New York

Samantha Fletcher earned a B.A. in Sociology at the University of Tulsa in 2000. Before returning to school to earn a master’s and Ph.D. in Social Work at the University at Albany, she worked for over a decade in human services including at a family law firm, crisis pregnancy center, Islamic school and running an independent business.

While Samantha was pursing her Ph.D., she also served as the project coordinator and senior research assistant for the PFC Joseph P. Dwyer Statewide Veteran Peer Support Program evaluation. She supervised program development and implementation for 16 non-profit county programs focused on peer delivered services including individual mentoring, engagement in social activities, support groups, volunteerism, community education and partnership, and referral to existing veteran services.

Samantha also served as the Assistant Dean of Academic Programs and the Director of Admissions in the School of Social Welfare at the University at Albany. In this position, she worked on a diverse team of administrators and faculty to provide a quality education for bachelor, master, and doctoral social work students. Samantha also partnered with the Assistant Dean of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion to create a social justice group for students, faculty, and staff. The purpose of this group is to bring a deeper consciousness to social injustice (with an emphasis on critically examining inequality at multiple levels) and promote a safe, reflective environment where members can explore personal assumptions, biases, values and beliefs. By promoting a sense of responsibility for all participants to become change agents, participation in the group can help those entering the social work profession make inclusiveness a habit in their practice and everyday life.

Samantha became the Executive Director of the National Association of Social Workers, New York State Chapter in September 2019.

Regina Zabel, LCSW, ACSW, Founder: Renewed Journey
Regina Zabel is a practice manager, practitioner, and professional consultant in the Metro-Atlanta area. As a consultant, Regina has successfully led the design, development, and delivery of multi-dimensional solutions to various private practices. When working with other practices, her primary goals are to improve workplace climate, business process, organization design, and methods to increase revenue. Regina has a passion for supervising, presenting at workshops, and helping others learn how to effectively manage their private practice. 

Regina holds some of the highest credentials in the field of social work as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and clinical supervisor. She earned a Bachelor of Arts, with honors, from the University of North Dakota and a Master of Social Work from the State University of New York in Albany.

Regina has 13 years of experience engaging in community work with substance abuse, academic risk, foster care, intellectual disabilities, and hospice care. In 2013, Regina focused on psychiatric and mental health services full time. As a practitioner, Regina has expertise in adolescent and women’s issues in the clinical areas of complex trauma, and severe behavioral and mental health needs including depression, Bipolar Disorder, PTSD, and sexual victimization.

In her off time, Regina enjoys traveling adventures with her husband, of twenty years, and her three sons. One of their favorite pastimes is visiting Georgia’s highest point, Brasstown Bald and watching the sunset on the old year and rise in the new year.

Greta Jaeger, LPC
Counselor, Trauma Specialist & Self-Care Speaker

Greta Jaeger currently practices in Vermont and Georgia. She has been a therapist around 20 years with a specialty in trauma. A big part of Greta’s work with clients is self care and mindfulness to move them through their pain. Jaeger is a national speaker on self care.

Lynell Williams APC, NCC, Therapist & Founder: Get Mindful with Me

Lynell is an Associate Professional Counselor and a National Certified Counselor. She is a proud graduate of Georgia Southern University ‘s Clinical Mental Health Program. 

Lynell has a passion for helping people find their true and authentic selves while learning skills to navigate their day to day lives. Using her client’s own definition of success, Lynell strives to put her client’s needs first while guiding and providing them with skills along the way. She aims to tailor counseling sessions to fit the individual needs and personalities of her clients and encouraging them to focus on their goals. She believes that the premise for change lies on the foundation of the clinician and client’s therapeutic relationship. She incorporates Cognitive Behavioral Techniques to challenge thoughts that may be having an effect on a client's emotions or behaviors. She prides herself on providing a safe and nonjudgmental environment so that her clients can experience self-growth to become who they were meant to be.

Lynell’s clinical interests include emerging adults/adults who struggle with depression, anxiety, self-esteem, emotion regulation, perfectionism, communication, conflict resolution, self-concept/ identity, life transitions, and assertiveness.

CE Credits

 This free training video does not offer CE credits, just great content.

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Who should attend

Any healthcare provider

Teaching methods

This is a non-interactive recording

This course was recorded 12/2/2020

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2022-07-08 17:34
Continue to share the message about setting boundaries. In this area of work, the perception is that when as helpers, when we set boundaries, it would appear that we are selfish and we don't care. However, on the contrary, that's the opposite; we care about the persons we are called to serve, but we must pause to take care of ourselves as well, which is done through setting healthy boundaries. Clients will get it.
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2022-07-21 14:15
Very informative
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2022-07-29 13:42
Very thought provoking and interactive
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2022-08-17 20:46
It was an excellent course.
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