Sunday, March 24

617 The Emotional Brain

Courtney ArmstrongCourtney Armstrong • Sunday All Day
Convincing depressed or traumatized clients that they’re “good enough” and worthy of love and happiness is no small feat. One reason is that cognitive-behavioral interventions often don’t penetrate the persistent feelings of shame and unworthiness Continue reading

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618 EMDR: Beyond Trauma

Deany LaliotisDeany Laliotis • Sunday All Day
While EMDR is widely used as a highly effective treatment for PTSD based on neutralizing past memories of trauma, few therapists recognize how powerful a tool it can be in helping clients reprocess difficult experiences—traumatic or not—that Continue reading

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619 From Therapist to Coach

Robert PasickRobert Pasick • Sunday All Day
If you’ve ever thought about making a career switch from psychotherapist to executive coach, this is the workshop for you. You’ll learn everything you need to know about what such a transition means, what it requires, what to do—and what not to do. We’ll Continue reading

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620 Starting a Group

Halcyone BohenHalcyone Bohen • Sunday All Day
Group therapy offers numerous potential benefits—affordability, mutually supportive social and therapeutic networks, real-world feedback, and practice experimenting with new behavior patterns. Yet many therapists in private practice find it difficult to start Continue reading

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621 Marketing Your Practice

Gail GuttmanEvan LeepsonGail Guttman & Evan Leepson • Sunday All Day
If you worry about the size of your caseload, where your next referral will come from, or how to market your practice effectively, this Continue reading

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