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Tammy Nelson Tammy Nelson • Friday Morning

For anyone looking to meet someone, the Internet and online dating sites is the new normal, whether for good or bad. It’s no wonder the cyber-dating world can feel confusing or overwhelming to our clients seeking a relationship. For anyone starting out or starting over at midlife, this new territory can be overwhelming, at best. Yet, if we ourselves aren’t familiar

Richard Brown and Patricia Gerbarg Richard Brown and Patricia Gerbarg
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Attention deficit disorder (ADD) is multifaceted, so it requires a multimodal therapy approach for each client to attain the highest level of functioning. In this workshop, we’ll explore how environment, genetics, and neurotransmitters contribute to problems of inattention, hypoarousal, reward deficiency, deficient self-regulation, and learning disabilities for clients with ADD and
Reid Wilson Reid Wilson • Friday Morning

Chronically anxious clients, who continually scan their world for potential catastrophes they feel incapable of facing, tend not to be good students of mindfulness training. They’re in too aroused a state---hearts pumping, mouths dry, brains unable to think clearly---to settle down and meditate. Paradoxically, they can learn to turn their anxious energy into

Michele Weiner-Davis Michele Weiner-Davis • Friday Morning

If you work with couples, you’re no stranger to infidelity, and because healing from infidelity is challenging, it behooves us to have a clear roadmap of the territory. In this workshop, we’ll go over an array of post-affair issues, including ways to deal with intense emotions, whether to discuss the details of the betrayal, whether to insist that the affair be ended, how to help partners

Joan Klagsbrun Joan Klagsbrun • Friday Morning

Many therapists are drawn to Positive Psychology with its emphasis on paying attention to what’s good in life, gratitude, and optimism, but don’t know how convert these attitudes into clinical interventions. In this workshop, you’ll learn an approach based on Focusing, a body-mind method devised by psychologist Eugene Gendlin, which encourages clients

Aureen Wagner Aureen Wagner • Friday Morning

Research shows that Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) works for up to 80 percent of children and adolescents diagnosed with separation anxiety, generalized anxiety, phobias, social anxiety, and obsessive-compulsive disorder---the most common mental health problems in this population. However, many therapists need to enhance

Elisha Goldstein Elisha Goldstein • Friday Morning

Addictive behaviors are probably the most prevalent issue our clients struggle with today, whether they manifest as a compulsive relationship to drugs or alcohol, food, sex, shopping, or smartphones. Neuroscience research shows that when we can drop into the awareness between stimulus and response---become more mindful of our

Vanessa Jackson Vanessa Jackson • Friday Morning

For some clients, it’s tougher to open up about money problems than about sex. Yet, as therapists, we need to be aware that the financial traumas of the economic downturn---job loss, home foreclosure, wiped out retirement accounts, the creeping fear of downward mobility---are experienced as psychological traumas. How can we help clients

Jette Simon Jette Simon • Friday Morning

Every therapeutic approach has its distinctive strengths and limitations, so knowing how to combine differing approaches can increase our therapeutic effectiveness. Through case histories and demonstrations, this workshop will show the value of integrating Imago Relationship Therapy with Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT). You’ll learn

Andrew Weil Andrew Weil • Friday Morning

Here’s your chance to follow up on Andrew Weil’s keynote address earlier today about his vision for Integrative Mental Health. In this one-hour session, you’ll have the opportunity to ask questions in a relaxed atmosphere and engage in an informal give-and-take with this renowned innovator and internationally recognized healer.

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