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...And How Therapists Can Overcome Them

Certain kinds of challenging cases and clients—such as narcissists, resistant clients, individuals with borderline personality disorder, or complex trauma—routinely trigger our personal vulnerabilities or compassion fatigue, and undermine our sense of therapeutic competence. In this highly practical webcast series, we’ll focus on concrete strategies that help us respond to these clients with greater flexibility, compassion, and clinical effectiveness.

William DohertyJohn NorcrossWendy BeharyClifton MitchellJanina FisherRichard Schwartz
With William Doherty, John Norcross, Wendy Behary, Clifton Mitchell, Janina Fisher, and Richard Schwartz. Host: Rich Simon
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Session 6, Treating Clients with Borderline
Personality Disorder

with Richard Schwartz, Ph.D.

With Richard Schwartz you'll be able to understand the challenges of working with clients who have borderline personality disorder and explain what Richard Schwartz means by vulnerable inner “parts.” You'll also be able to describe how to contain feelings of defensiveness when working with clients who have borderline personality disorder.

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Session 6, Men and Depression
with Holly Sweet, Ph.D.

With Holly Sweet you'll be able to differentiate between how men and women tend to experience depression, and be able to discuss how to use a coaching approach with men who are unwilling to ask or accept help for depression. You'll also be able to explain how a task-oriented approach is effective in helping depressed male clients.

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Bonus Session, Cyber Intimacy and Cyber Solitude
with Sherry Turkle, Ph.D.

 

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Practical Insights For More Positive Outcomes

Working harder—seeing more clients, going to more workshops, watching more videos—doesn’t seem to actually help therapists enhance their skills. But there’s an emerging science of expertise and human performance that shows that working smarter does make a difference. This series will offer practical guidance on how to work more systematically to improve your case outcomes and move to the next level of clinical accomplishment.

Scott MillerEtienne WengerBarry DuncanMichael LambertRobbie Babins-WagnerWilliam PinsofDonald Meichenbaum
 
Scott Miller, Etienne Wenger, Barry Duncan, Michael Lambert, Robbie Babins-Wagner, William Pinsof, and Donald Meichenbaum. Host: Rich Simon
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Bonus Session, What Expert Therapists Do

with Donald Meichenbaum, Ph.D.

 

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January/February 2012 Are Parents Obsolete?
Confronting the dilemmas of 21st-century childrearing

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Session 6, Telemental Health in the 21st Century

with Marlene Maheu, Ph.D.

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Bonus Session 2, Attachment: A Continuing Debate

with Jerome Kagan, Ph.D. and Dan Siegel, M.D.

 

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