Do you want to learn how to effectively empower your depressed clients? Do you have questions about how to reach depressed and possibly traumatized clients? Join Elisha Goldstein as he discusses your depressed clients, how to make them feel safe in your practice, and how to incorporate self-compassion into your therapeutic approach.
Do you feel that therapy brings only temporary changes for your client? Do you want to help them create lasting changes in the treatment of their depression and their symptoms? Join Judith Beck as she discusses this and teaches how to incorporate a range of methods, including experiential techniques and childhood work, into your practice.
Is your depressed client anxious? Do you feel that he or she requires a more specialized therapy attuned to them? Join Margaret Wehrenberg as she explores the seven types of anxious and depressed clients and gives you insights on how to effectively meet their therapeutic needs.
Do you feel that a more mindful approach would help your depressed clients? Do you know the differences between mindfulness and cognitive therapy? Join Zindel Segal as he explores these issues and helps you bring mindfulness into your practice.
Do you feel that you learn better by doing or watching others do? Join Michael Yapko as he presents clinical videos that will help you learn new techniques for dealing with depressed clients.
Do you encounter resistance with your clients during depression treatment? Join David Burns as he helps you develop more effective approaches to therapy that allow you to shorten treatment and intensify the therapist-client alliance.