If most individual problems are complex and difficult, what conclusions can possibly be drawn about treating the average couple? Yet, in the past 25 years, couples therapy experts have developed many successful techniques.
We can probably all think of at least one clinical role model or leading figure in the field who shaped our vision of the kind of therapist we wanted to be when we “grew up”. Learn about the "Top Ten" therapists of the last 25 years.
A decade ago, if therapists were familiar with mindfulness at all, it was as a spiritual practice with little connection to clinical work. Today, the practical uses of mindfulness are widely accepted and have been well documented by researchers.
Every therapist who works with couples inevitably works with sexual issues, but how do they choose from the multitudes of treatments for sexual dysfunction? This course is a clear and practical guide to the most successful techniques.
New Directions for Psychotherapy’s Most Common Problem
Research shows again and again that the main ingredient of effective treatment has little to do with therapeutic technique. This course delves into the traits that you need to be a better therapist right away.
Where do we set the boundaries?
When it comes to depression, new theories, therapies, and medicines appear so rapidly that it's impossible for even the most diligent therapist to keep track of it all. This course will provide you with the skills you need to treat depression.
In this unusual course, six noted clinicians examine what happens when a client challenges the therapist's core assumptions about change and forces him or her to step out of their comfort zone.