Changes in the habitual attitudes and behaviors that shape our lives rarely happen as the result of psychological epiphanies or emotional catharsis. Most therapeutic progress comes from the painstaking process of continual practice that reinforces some behaviors while actively discouraging others.
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Group Name: Psychotherapy Networker Symposium 2014
Event Dates: March 20-23, 2014
Rate: $226.00 – Single/Double Rate; $246.00 – Triple; $266.00 – Quad
Cut Off: February 25, 2014
2500 Calvert Street, NW
Washington, DC 20008
1. Quizzes will be posted no later than the day of event.
2. Take as many quizzes as you want--up to 40. You can take a quiz over as many times as you want.
3. You must take the survey to get your CE Certificate. When you have passed the quizzes for the final number of CEs you want to earn.
4. Once you have completed your survey, we will create your CE Certificate containing complete details.
5. Your CE certificate will be emailed to you within 5 business days.
Survey both what we already know about what works with the most common clinical presenting issues and what promising new techniques and interventions are emerging. Sharpen your understanding of how best to match different treatment methods with clients’ problems.
During the past decade, brain science and attachment theory have become omnipresent topics on the workshop circuit. Explore these readings to discover what practical insights and methods have been derived from our newfound knowledge in these areas.
A new vision of therapy that goes beyond the “talking cure” has arisen out of our growing awareness of the connection of mind, body, and spirit. Discover how to integrate this perspective into your practice and acquire new tools for both clinical use and your own self-care and renewal.
Therapy with more than one client in the room, especially when there’s entrenched hostility, dashed dreams and raw pain, poses extra challenges for the clinician. These materials provide guidance on how to do more effective and rewarding work with your most difficult couples and families.
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| Keynote | Couples & Family | Integrative Mental Health Brain Science & Attachment | Anxiety, Depression & Trauma
Monday, November 4
|The Power of Attention||Dan Goleman||1 hour / 1CE|
|Does Neuroscience Really Matter?||Dan Siegel & Rick Hanson||1 hour / 1CE|
|Reclaiming Parental Authority||Ron Taffel||1 hour / 1CE|
|Overcoming Your Fears of Couples Therapy||Ellyn Bader & Peter Pearson||1 hour / 1CE|
|Spirituality and Its Discontents||Jack Kornfield||1 hour / 1CE|
|Are We Too Attached to Attachment Theory?||Jerome Kagan||1 hour / 1CE|
|The Body in Trauma Work||Pat Ogden||1 hour / 1CE|
|See Day 1 Full Descriptions
|Deliberate Practice and Inner Transformation||Tara Brach||1 hour / 1CE|
|Commitment and Its Challenges in 21st Century Couples||Esther Perel & William Doherty||1 hour / 1CE|
|The Power of Emotion||Susan Johnson & Kathryn Rheem||2.5 hours / 2.5CEs|
|Suggesting Mindfulness||Michael Yapko||1 hour / 1CE|
|Creating a Corrective Emotional Experience||Diane Poole Heller||1 hour / 1CE|
|Understanding Polyvagal Theory||Stephen Porges||1 hour / 1CE|
|Truth Telling in Couples Work||David Schnarch||1 hour / 1CE|
|The Motivation Revolution||David Burns||1 hour / 1CE|
|Trauma in Context||Ken Hardy||1 hour / 1CE|
Wednesday, November 6
|Coming to Our Senses: Healing Ourselves and Our World||Jon Kabat-Zinn||1 hour / 1CE|
|Treating Trauma: A 30 Year Perspective||Mary Jo Barrett & Dick Schwartz||1 hour / 1CE|
|Confidentiality, Secrets, and Dealing with Affairs||Esther Perel||1 hour / 1CE|
|Cyber Intimacy and Cyber Solitude||Sherry Turkle||1 hour / 1CE|
|Emotional Healing||Tara Brach||4 hours / 4CEs|
|Transcending the Habitual||Eugene Gendlin||1 hour / 1CE|
|Attachment: A Continuing Debate||Jerome Kagan & Dan Siegel||1 hour / 1CE|
|A Mind/Body Approach to Depression||James Gordon||1 hour / 1CE|
Thursday, November 7
|Psychotherapy and the Science of Human Excellence||Anders Ericsson||1 hour / 1CE|
|The Now Moment||Chris Germer & Diana Fosha||1 hour / 1CE|
|Family Therapy for the Postmodern Family||Martha Straus||1 hour / 1CE|
|Customizing Mindfulness||Ron Siegel||2 hours / 2CEs|
|Bringing the Felt Sense into the Consulting Room||Joan Klagsbrun||1 hour / 1CE|
|When is Attachment the Issue?||Bruce Ecker||1 hour / 1CE|
|Interrupting the Anxiety Cycle||Danie Beaulieu||1 hour / 1CE|
Friday, November 8
|Future View||Gary Small, William Doherty, & Susan Johnson||1 hour / 1CE|
|Using Mindfulness to Deepen Emotional Experience||Diana Fosha||1 hour / 1CE|
|Men and Intimacy||Pat Love||1 hour / 1CE|
|Interpersonal Neurobiology in the Consulting Room||Dan Siegel||1 hour / 1CE|
|Brain to Brain||Janina Fisher||4 hours / 4CEs|
|The 5 Essential Ingredients of Effective Trauma Treatment||Mary Jo Barrett||1 hour / 1CE|
|The Core Tasks of Psychotherapy||Don Meichenbaum||2 hours / 2CEs|
|See Day 5 Full Descriptions|