This presentation will help define what estrangement is, and we will also compare it with “cut-off” and “emotional distancing” and review why it is different. We’ll look at the negative impact estrangement has on our mental health and how we can best manage this difficult and often painful situation. This 30-minute presentation will include a brief Q&A session. Please note: This is a complimentary non-CE event.
• List 4 common myths of family estrangement
• List 3 reasons for family estrangement
• Provide 2 examples of how to best deal with estrangement
The webinar begins at 8:30 am MST
December 15, 2021 (New Date)
Please note: This is a non-CE event.
Cindy Llora, LMFT
Cindy joined Sierra Tucson in 2020 as a Primary Therapist in the Mood Disorder Program, specializing in mood disorders, trauma, and addictions. Cindy received her undergraduate degree in psychology at California State University Northridge. She has received her Master’s degree in Counseling at University of Phoenix. Cindy has a background working with PTSD, anxiety, depression, and addiction. Cindy has worked in several treatment facilities, mental health agencies, hospitals and private practice. She utilizes modalities such as motivational interviewing, CBT, mindfulness, narrative, and family systems interventions. Her philosophy with residents is to meet residents’ mental health needs where they are struggling with patience and compassion. Some of her hobbies are; hiking, yoga, spending time with family and friends, spending time with Sammy her favorite dog, day trips, and cooking.