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  • 0 NP0009 Handling Today's Hidden Ethical DilemmasNP0009, Ethics, Session 5, Steven Frankel 09.25.2011 10:20
    Fast paced. Two helpful comments: one, be sure your malpractice insurance covers your licensing board, and two:monitor your amount of self-disclosure....by making sure you're not uncomfortable about how many pages said disclosure would fill, if written!
  • 0 P003 Couples Therapy: Today and TomorrowCouples Therapy, Session 5, Michele Weiner-Davis: Comment Board 03.11.2011 04:44
    Michele shows us--from her long-term experienc--that nothing is absolute.
    I came to appreciate that the "rules and regulations" we less-experienced with divorce therapists have, are largely for OUR OWN comfort. By sharing her own evolution, she led us to a more reasonable conclusion, namely that one size doesn't fit all.... In doing so, she led me to a calmer, less rigid attitude, allowing for more options in recovering from the pain of betrayal.
    Excellent ideas!
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    Technical comment: when I tried to enlarge the screen, I got a blank page. (When I pressed "escape" I got back to the original small screen).
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    Overall comment: This is a very useful seminar. Convenient, interactive, provides a chance for us to interact...all the while saving money, time and energy. (I never thought the computer could do so much (dare I say even more?) than attending an actual live presentation. I think I'm becoming a believer in webinars. Thanks for a well-designed/presented program.
    Patty Hollister, Las Cruces, NM
  • 0 P003 Couples Therapy: Today and TomorrowCouples Therapy, Session 3, Harville Hendrix: Comment Board 02.25.2011 03:50
    Not sure I'm at the comment board....
    I've just watched--and was riveted by--the Hendrix/Simon conversation. Most helpful is the image of stubbing your toe on the way to the beach, and how that postpones (for some permanently) the dream of the day at the beach--replacing it with the focus of dealing with the toe!
    This process? I'm really enjoying it. (my first webinar). So convenient--and the mechanics are minimized by the dynamic interaction between Rich and his presenters.
    Patty Hollister, Gottman Therapist, Las Cruces, NM.

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