Millennials Are the Therapy Generation:
Discussing Working with Millennials in Psychotherapy
Recorded Session for
Friday, July 16th, 2021
11:30 to 1:00 PM Presentation
Cost: FREE for Desert CAMFT members, 1 CEU
$20 for Non-Members
Natalie Moore, LMFT
People in their 20’s and 30’s seek mental health help more often, and
they are changing the nature of treatment. Millennials don’t just care
about mental health issues, they are also invested in using therapy for
mitigating stress in an over stimulating world and for personal
development. This presentation discusses how millennials are
expanding the uses for therapy and the important of better
understanding their needs, desires and debunking negative
Based on the learning in this course, participants will be able to:
1. List three ways the millennials are changing the stigma
traditionally attached to psychotherapy.
2. List three inaccurate stereotypes about the millennial generation.
3. Describe one of the most significant challenges facing a millennial,
Natalie Moore, LMFT: is a marriage family therapist in private
practice. She integrate a total sense of mind and body into her therapy
practice calling this approach Holistic Psychotherapy. Her approach
blends mindfulness and manifestation - spiritual practices that work
together to help clients release resistance, accept the present and
envision and create their future.
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