Conventional wisdom maintains that sexual infidelity is always a symptom of a deeply troubled relationship, and that therapists should insist upon full disclosure, never keeping secrets, and viewing the infidelity as a highly traumatic event. However, when
Warp-speed cultural and economic changes have increasingly led today’s parents to question their own authority like never before. Having rejected the top-down hierarchy and clear boundary lines that characterized earlier generations, they feel helpless to assert control, especially in an electronic age in which teen behavior isn’t easily monitored---
Looking to earn a successful living online? Not only do many therapists want to take advantage of new online possibilities for reaching potential consumers and clients, they probably need to get up to speed on the legal, ethical, and technical issues to stay afloat. Yet, most clinicians often don’t know where to get reliable information or how to proceed.
Recent and ongoing research confirms the complex interactions of biology and environment that can influence our sense of attachment to others from the earliest moments of life---and throughout our lives. This workshop will bring a comprehensive perspective---grounded in both neurobiology and psychology---to the theory of attachment.
While mindfulness meditation has become something of a sovereign remedy for mood dysregulation, many people---particularly those with trauma histories---are just too agitated to tolerate sitting quietly and watching their breath, because they become prey to dark ruminations and even greater anxiety. In this workshop, we’ll focus on several of the more active,
What are the specific skills and qualities that distinguish effective therapists from less successful practitioners? In this workshop, you’ll discover the answers, gleaned from the latest research. You’ll learn three specific strategies that separate the good from the great. We’ll discuss the importance of getting regular client feedback and the most efficient methods