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James Alexander James Alexander • Sunday All Day

To err is human, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t ways to identify and avoid the common pitfalls of family therapy. The traps include taking sides too early in treatment, trying too hard to control initial family sessions, and prematurely prescribing change. This pragmatic workshop, grounded in the empirically-supported principles of Functional Family Therapy,

Christine Courtois Christine Courtois • Sunday All Day

Treating clients suffering from the multilayered impact of complex trauma---often associated with prolonged, severe childhood abuse---can be the most challenging, baffling work we do, compounded by fact that the treatment options change constantly. In this workshop, we’ll discuss the latest findings about complex trauma and their clinical

Michael Yapko Michael Yapko • Sunday All Day

Although medications are often prescribed to treat depression, there’s a range of empirically tested psychotherapeutic techniques that are at least as effective, and sometimes more so, than medications by themselves. In addition, these strategies can teach new skills about how to cope with ongoing problems, and challenge and change self-defeating behaviors

Kathryn Rheem Kathryn Rheem • Sunday All Day

While therapists often talk about the importance of emotion, we frequently aren’t comfortable with its explosive intensity, and, as a result, can be unsure of how best to respond when strong feelings are expressed in the consulting room. This workshop will teach techniques used in Emotionally Focused Therapy to help you stay attuned to the flow of emotions,

Daniel Siegel Daniel Siegel • Sunday All Day

During the past decade, the language of neurobiology has become part of the vocabulary of psychotherapy. We’re aware of the importance of brain science, but as clinical therapists, how do we apply this knowledge in our practices? This workshop will provide a practical look at how to do just that, starting with the assessment process and going forward

William Doherty William Doherty • Saturday All Day

Even as skilled, veteran therapists, we can find ourselves clumsily blundering through certain awkward clinical situations---a client gets angry at us, flatly rejects our brilliant interventions, or questions our competence. With couples, one partner may hog all the air time or refuse to consider the possibility that he or she may need to change, too.

Ronald Alexander Ronald Alexander • Saturday All Day

Trauma lives in our bodies, as well as in our minds---and so does healing. This workshop will explore the psychophysiological aspects of trauma and healing, providing specific tools to help shift clients away from the frozen, high-alert psychophysiological state characteristic of trauma and activate the healing-conducive

Rubin Naiman Rubin Naiman • Saturday All Day

An Integrative Approach to Mental Health
The historical view of body and mind as separate entities has led to a segregation of medical and mental healthcare. Based on the work of Andrew Weil, this workshop introduces the emerging field of integrative mental health (IMH) to help heal this body-mind rift. It’s no longer sufficient for

Wendy Behary Wendy Behary • Saturday All Day

It’s good for a therapist to be an accepting, empathic listener, but getting stuck in the “nice” gear can restrict your ability to ask challenging questions, set limits, provide reality checks, or speak important truths. This workshop will teach you how to expand your clinical repertoire beyond nice. We’ll address the discomfort, fears, and desire to be liked

Amy Banks Amy Banks • Saturday All Day

We’re engulfed by a culture whose major media messages encourage us to be competitive, independent, and materialistic---even though the innate biology of our nervous system functions best when we work together in supportive, cooperative, and connected groups. This workshop will focus on how an understanding of brain functioning can help

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