Learn a common-sense approach to ethical practice that protects you and your practice without undermining your therapeutic connection. Note: Fulfills many state board requirements for training in ethics and risk management.
Learn how to engage emotion-phobic men in couples therapy by reducing their shame and dread of failure, appealing to their core values, and evoking their own attachment styles.
Discover an alternative to traditional cognitive-behavioral therapy that invites clients to use mindfulness to accept and work with difficult thoughts and feelings, rather than trying to banish them.
Explore dramatically effective ways to go beyond treating symptoms and tap into a client’s capacities for deeper awareness, love, wisdom, flow, compassion, and generosity.
Discover how to use the basics of Attachment Theory in your practice to change the way you interact with clients and improve outcomes.
Laugh and cry at the foibles of your own profession, while reviewing practical steps for doing good couples therapy that help partners stay together and establish solid, happy relationships.
Learn techniques based on attachment theory to improve your marital therapy outcomes and help couples achieve a deep and lasting emotional connection.
Explore an innovative method, pioneered by a legend in the field, that helps clients challenge oppression and abuse to reclaim their own agency and personal authority
Learn what the most successful therapists do that distinguishes them and how to vastly improve your practice by better understanding your clinical strengths and weaknesses.
Revolutionary discoveries about the social nature of the brain are being made daily. One primary concept that makes brain science highly accessible and applicable in the consulting room is a concept introduced by Daniel Siegel, M.D. It's called "interpersonal neurobiology" and refers to the neural processes connecting one brain to another.