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Skills Coach: The Role and Opportunities Webinar

February 15 @ 1:15 pm


Join TFCC Consultants Carly Veith and Piper Barry on February 15th from 1:15pm-2:30pm PST as they discuss the role and opportunities of a TFCO Skills Coach. During this webinar, expect to learn about the Skills Coach role, practice Skills Coaching, and share ideas about the unique role of a TFCO Skills Coach.

The purchase of 1 ticket allows 1 attendee access to this webinar. A link to this webinar will be sent to registrants after they have signed up.

Carly is a graduate of the University of Oregon’s Couples and Family Therapy Masters Program. She is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Clinical Supervisor based in Eugene, Oregon. She has worked as a clinician for TFCO since 2001, and has been a TFCO consultant for more than 15 years, and also has a small private practice with a focus on treatment for teens, adolescents and young women. In her free time, Carly loves to travel, spend time in nature and enjoys the company of family and friends, both furry and human.

Piper Barry, M.S., (she/her), is a dedicated Consultant at TFC Consultants, bringing a wealth of experience working with young people and their families. She holds a B.A. from the University of Oregon, in Family and Human Services and an M.S. in Counseling from Oregon State University, 2006. She has provided invaluable mental health services, crisis management, advocacy, and overall support to youth offenders. Her passion for bridging cultural gaps and understanding diverse familial structures reflects her daily work.

TFC Consultants, Inc.’s Confidentiality Agreement Below:

Individuals registered to attend the training agree to the following:

  1. Refrain from discussing material relating to individual persons and/or families with, or in the presence of, persons other than those who have agreed to this confidentiality agreement except for professional exchanges that facilitate family treatment goals or authorized research needs.
  2. Refrain from disclosing the participation of individual persons and/or families in research, prevention, demonstration, evaluation, dissemination, and/or treatment projects at TFCC to persons other than those who have made this agreement.
  3. Maintain confidentiality as outlined above, both during and after my association with TFCC.
  4. Maintain locked files when materials contain information relating to individual persons and/or families including both identifying and non-identifying information, and release information only to authorized persons.
  5. Immediately report any breach in confidentiality to my supervisor and/or the management of TFCC.

I, a registered participant, understand that violation of this agreement could result in civil action.


February 15
1:15 pm


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