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Aureen Wagner Aureen Wagner • Friday Morning

Research shows that Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) works for up to 80 percent of children and adolescents diagnosed with separation anxiety, generalized anxiety, phobias, social anxiety, and obsessive-compulsive disorder---the most common mental health problems in this population. However, many therapists need to enhance

Elisha Goldstein Elisha Goldstein • Friday Morning

Addictive behaviors are probably the most prevalent issue our clients struggle with today, whether they manifest as a compulsive relationship to drugs or alcohol, food, sex, shopping, or smartphones. Neuroscience research shows that when we can drop into the awareness between stimulus and response---become more mindful of our

Vanessa Jackson Vanessa Jackson • Friday Morning

For some clients, it’s tougher to open up about money problems than about sex. Yet, as therapists, we need to be aware that the financial traumas of the economic downturn---job loss, home foreclosure, wiped out retirement accounts, the creeping fear of downward mobility---are experienced as psychological traumas. How can we help clients

Jette Simon Jette Simon • Friday Morning

Every therapeutic approach has its distinctive strengths and limitations, so knowing how to combine differing approaches can increase our therapeutic effectiveness. Through case histories and demonstrations, this workshop will show the value of integrating Imago Relationship Therapy with Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT). You’ll learn

Andrew Weil Andrew Weil • Friday Morning

Here’s your chance to follow up on Andrew Weil’s keynote address earlier today about his vision for Integrative Mental Health. In this one-hour session, you’ll have the opportunity to ask questions in a relaxed atmosphere and engage in an informal give-and-take with this renowned innovator and internationally recognized healer.

Clifton Mitchell Clifton Mitchell • Friday All Day

We all want to do what’s ethically right--not to mention avoid getting sued!--but slogging through most ethics courses can be a tiresome bore. Not this time! This workshop---back by popular demand from the 2011 Symposium---features a game show that’s so entertaining, engaging, and high spirited that you’ll learn more, and have a better time,

Danie Beaulieu Danie Beaulieu • Friday All Day

Recent neuroscience research has shown that multisensory messages, especially those involving visual images and metaphor, can have far greater impact than mere word-bound communication. In this workshop we’ll explore together how to apply these findings clinically to more fully engage clients, improve their memory of therapeutic discoveries

Marty Klein Marty Klein • Friday All Day

Sexuality cases can challenge our clinical beliefs and personal values, while simultaneously highlighting our discomfort or ignorance---and increasingly, we’re seeing cases that didn’t exist 20 years ago, such as cybersex and Internet porn. In this workshop, we’ll examine a range of sexual issues, such as affairs, desires, infertility, sadomasochism,

David Daniels David Daniels • Friday All Day

The Enneagram, a system of nine basic personality patterns, can be an invaluable tool for recognizing core individual themes in both our clients and ourselves, providing insights into the way we think, feel, and physically experience reality. In this workshop, we’ll discuss how the three basic aversive emotions of fear, anger, and distress---

Bill McMillan Bill McMillan & Michael Maxwell
Friday All Day •
Whether or not we regularly treat trauma victims or war veterans, understanding how to work with PTSD and knowing the most effective ways of treating returning veterans is increasingly important today. In this workshop, we’ll view the documentary
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