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03.07.2011 Posted In: P003 Couples Therapy: Today and Tomorrow By Rich Simon
Thank you for attending the final session of Couples Therapy: Today and Tomorrow. We hope you’ll come away from this course with relevant skills you can apply to your practice and a better understanding of couples work.
Today’s session with Michele Weiner-Davis, a leading expert on divorce, will cover methods for helping couples heal from infidelity, how much to encourage disclosure of details of the affair, and how to deal with intense emotions.
What struck you most about this session, and what was most interesting to you from the whole course? Please comment below about what was most important, relevant, and thought-provoking to you.
Thank you all for your participation in this series and for taking the time to share your comments.
03.01.2011 Posted In: P003 Couples Therapy: Today and Tomorrow By Rich Simon
Thank you for attending Session 4 of Couples Therapy: Today and Tomorrow. This session with Susan Johnson, the originator of Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT) will explore the basic principles of EFT, the most empirically validated approach to couples work.
Johnson will discuss how attachment theory informs the underlying dynamics of couples’ issues, how to develop a systematic treatment plan with couples, how to help couples calm down, and how to interrupt destructive relational cycles.
We invite you to participate in this Comment Board to share your experiences with couples therapy, comment on what was most interesting to you about Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy, and ask any questions you may have. What was most relevant about what you learned today?
Please include your name and hometown along with your comment. Thank you again for your participation and your comments.